• How to be a Good Steward (Part 1) by

    How do you manage your budget? How do you manage your time? What do those answers say about your regard for God’s possessions and his kingdom? None of us are exempt from the responsibilities associated with stewardship. All of …

  • How to Serve (Part 2) by

    As Christians perform their duties for the Kingdom of God, what kind of compensation should they expect for services rendered? What does the retirement program look like? Are there rewards for outstanding performance? In this second part of “How to …

  • How to Serve (Part 1) by

    What criteria do you use to measure human greatness in the Kingdom of God? Where do servants rank on that scale? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at the twentieth chapter of Matthew’s Gospel as he considers, “How to …

  • How to Worship (Part 2) by

    What must people do to have their worship accepted by God? Where and how is God to be worshipped, and who may do it? In “How to Worship,” Dr. Sproul directs us to the Master Himself to find out what …

  • How to Worship (Part 1) by

    What must people do to have their worship accepted by God? Where and how is God to be worshipped, and who may do it? In “How to Worship,” Dr. Sproul directs us to the Master Himself to find out what …

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  • The Razor’s Edge by

    Without question there are certain issues in life that are either black or white. That is, they are either right or wrong. But what about those areas that seem unclear? How does a Christian live in the tension of those …

  • The Legalist Distortion by

    Not every ethical situation in life has a Bible verse that explicitly addresses it. At that point, we are left with biblical principles to guide us. Perhaps there is a way that we could codify every perceivable infraction against these …

  • The Degrees of Sin by

    Does Jesus teach us that lust in the heart is as sinful as actual physical adultery, and that anger is as sinful as actual physical murder? If so, then why not carry out those thoughts since the judgment will be …

  • The Creation Ordinances by

    Is the atheist exempt from obeying the Law of God? In this age of grace, are New Testament believers exempt from the Law in the Old Testament? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul explains the foundation for law …

  • The Distortion of Lawlessness by

    Christians must make ethical decisions that are in accord with God’s will. The difficulty comes because not every ethical situation in life has an easy solution. There are so many factors and contingencies that make each situation unique. But …

  • Suffering and Sin by

    As we seek to understand God’s providence, we are forced to deal with questions of human suffering.  Where does suffering fit in God’s divine plan? How much of our suffering is directly related to our personal sin? How …