• Communion with God by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton highlights a final feature of Calvinism as it shapes the lives of Christians. Calvinism, with its profoundly Trinitarian shape and content, cultivates communion with God. We are struck with such a Trinitarian emphasis as we …

  • Dealing with Anger by

    How do you deal with your anger? Do you bottle it up or unload it on someone else? Do you control your anger? Concluding this study on Anger, Dr. Sproul provides us with important questions to ask ourselves that may …

  • Do Not Love the World by

    Christians are called to be in the world but not of the world. Historically, many have found this a difficult goal to achieve. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey will explore why the church finds the world so appealing …

  • Don’t Be a Spiritual Baby by

    Children often tease one another by calling each other babies. No child, or adult for that matter, wants to be labeled as a baby. As insulting as that may be to us, the author of Hebrews chose that very word …

  • Don’t Maim the Name! by

    How do you use the name of God in your daily speech? Do you exclaim His name thoughtlessly? Do you take oaths in His name that you never fulfill? Perhaps you do not consider yourself a blasphemer, but perhaps you …

  • Don’t Waste Your Life by

    Many people, even Christians, go through their lives devoted to trivial things, living for comfort and pleasure. There is no passion for God. In this lecture, Dr. John Piper exhorts all of us to not waste our lives on such …

  • Dying in Faith by

    As common as death is in our world, it remains shrouded in mystery. We are perplexed when we see a lifeless empty vessel that was once a living/breathing human being. Where has he or she gone? Where are the …

  • Examples of Faith (Part 1) by

    When your life is over, what kind of legacy will be left behind? How will you be most remembered? Love, gentleness, and kindness are a few examples of what should mark the life of a Christian, but as we read …

  • Examples of Faith (Part 2) by

    What does the Bible mean when it says the just shall live by faith? That answer can be explained in a variety of biblical ways. One way is to give examples of those who have actually lived by faith. In …

  • Faith and Evidence by

    Why was Cain’s sacrifice rejected by God? What did Abel have that his brother didn’t? Or, perhaps we should ask, what was the difference between Cain and Abel? In this message entitled “Faith and Evidence,” Dr. Sproul takes …

  • Foes & Friends: The Road to Interpreter’s House by

    Some dangers in life are apparent, and others are not. As Christiana and her companions approached the wicket gate, they encountered unexpected opposition from the forces of darkness. In all ages, pilgrims need to remain vigilant and sober-minded even when …

  • From Vanity to Doubting Castle by

    Though there are often points of similarity between the experiences and struggles of believers, each person engages certain spiritual realities differently. For instance, Christian and his other family members spent time in Vanity and visited Doubting Castle; they covered the …

  • Godly Catholicity by

    The Reformed faith has a well-defined core of non-negotiable doctrines. But it has never possessed one complete and common theological expression. This fact helps us to appreciate the determined catholicity of John Calvin, which Pastor Hamilton examines in this lesson …

  • God’s Furious Anger by

    The Bible makes it perfectly clear that sin is a bad thing, and God does not like it. But how would you describe God’s attitude towards sin and wickedness? In this message entitled “God’s Furious Anger,” Dr. Sproul …

  • God So Loved the World by

    God’s work of redemption involves more than the salvation of a handful of souls. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the breadth of the promises of the gospel. He will explain how Scripture moves from the glorious …