• Stop Stealing! by

    Stealing is a sin that affects us all and knows no bounds. But as much as we hate when someone steals from us, when we look to the perfect law of God as a mirror we see a thief staring …

  • Oh, How I Love Your Law by

    Too often, Christians make the mistake of wrongly dividing the Word of God. As a result, proper distinctions between the Word of God, the Law of God, and the gospel of God are misunderstood and misapplied. Is there a difference …

  • Against the Law by

    Where does the Law of God fit in the life of the believer? Do the Ten Commandments apply today? In this message entitled “Against the Law,” Dr. Sproul explains some important elements in the Law of Moses lest we confine …

  • The Mirror by

    What are the similarities between the old covenant and the new covenant? In God’s Law and the Christian, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the old covenant law and explains how it is similar yet distinct from the new covenant.

  • The Restrainer by

    What are the similarities between the old covenant and the new covenant? In God’s Law and the Christian, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the old covenant law and explains how it is similar yet distinct from the new covenant.

  • Rest! by

    The debate continues to this day over when and how we ought to celebrate the Sabbath day. But the principles established in the fourth commandment are not debatable. How those principles translate into to the lives of New Testament believers …

  • Be Satisfied! by

    What are the similarities between the old covenant and the new covenant? In God’s Law and the Christian, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the old covenant law and explains how it is similar yet distinct from the new covenant.

  • The Revealer by

    What are the similarities between the old covenant and the new covenant? In God’s Law and the Christian, Dr. R.C. Sproul examines the old covenant law and explains how it is similar yet distinct from the new covenant.

  • 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 …

  • Love Your Spouse! by

    Although not a popular word in today’s culture, duty is a moral obligation requiring someone to do something or to refrain from doing something. Like other stations in life, marriage has its own set of obligations. In this message …

  • No Other Gods! by

    The Bible says that God is love, but many have created an idol from that verse. How can that be? Dr. Sproul considers this as he discusses some of the various ways we violate the first commandment—reminding us that we …

  • No Idols! by

    What place does art have in our churches? Is it proper to adorn our sanctuaries with paintings and other forms of art? How should modern Christians understand the use of art in churches today? In this message entitled “No Idols …

  • Respect Your Parents! by

    What does it mean to honor our father and mother? In many cases, honor and respect are earned by accomplishment. But what must parents do to receive honor? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul discusses an unconditional command …

  • Tell the Truth! by

    Of all the possible sins in the world, why is there a commandment prohibiting false testimony listed in the Decalogue? Why does God hate lying so much? Dr. Sproul considers this question as he explains the many ways we transgress …

  • Protect Human Life by

    Did Jesus change the commandment against killing? As the Good Teacher, He appealed to the word of God to correct the false teachings of men. But in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus seems to place the word of God …