• 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 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 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • Living by Faith by

    Are you living by faith? When faced with tests and trials, where in Scripture do you go for strength and encouragement? Fortunately, the Christian does not live the life of faith alone. The book of Hebrews says that we are …

  • Being Faithful by

    Every moment of every day Christians are to consistently live according to the faith given them. The Bible calls this faithfulness. By all counts this should be a dominant character trait of the Christian. But is it? Where does faithfulness …

  • 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 …

  • The Son’s Anger by

    Is it is a sin to be angry? If so, did Jesus sin? How do we explain Jesus’ actions when He cleared the Temple with whips? Was Jesus truly angry with the money changers? Continuing this study on Anger, Dr …

  • Be Angry, But Don’t Sin by

    Anger is a powerful emotion. Too often we are overtaken by either by our anger or someone else’s. Scripture teaches that God, Himself, expresses anger, but is it proper for His people to experience and express it? What does …

  • 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 …

  • When Anger Destroys by

    All of us from time to time make bad decisions motivated by anger only to regret them afterwards when the anger subsides. In the history of God’s people, there are manifold examples of people making costly decisions based on …

  • The Question of Conscience by

    What exactly is the conscience? Many would describe it as a God-given inner-voice that lets us know when we are doing something wrong. Some modern thinkers have called it an evolutionary defect—a sort of a misinformed internal tyrant that …