• Against Our Own Sin by

    The Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn once wrote: “The line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being.” As Christians, it is very easy to fall into the trap of seeing the enemy as “over there.” If …

  • 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 …

  • Against the World by

    During the first centuries of the church’s existence, there were times when heresy seemed to have won the day. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey will reflect on the experience of Athanasius and affirm the calling of Christians …

  • A Gift from God by

    Where did your faith come from?  Were you born with it? Did you develop it over time or was it given to you? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul explains how faith is no mere natural ability, but …

  • A Hopeful Vision by

    Scripture clearly teaches that we live by faith and not by sight. But does that mean that we are to have a blind faith? Is the Christian faith a vain hope in an unknowable and unseen world? Is there evidence …

  • A Life of Holiness by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton sets forth three more features of Calvinism that should shape the life of Christians and the church. The first is living coram Deo, “before the face of God.” The second is living according to the …

  • A Transforming Birth by

    When God saves a sinner from His wrath and curse, He creates a new person. Yet, we will never be completely sinless in this life; in fact, sometimes it can feel like we are getting worse. As we grow in …

  • 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 …

  • 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 …

  • 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.

  • Beware of the Leaven of the Pharisees by

    When we look into the gospels at the Pharisees and see the confrontations they had with Jesus, it is hard to find anything good about them. They did do some things right, but as men who spent so much time …

  • Calvinism’s Foundational Experience by

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton addresses the foundational experience that lies at the heart of Calvinism. As he does so, we are called to consider Isaiah 6 and the “common notes” that all believers share in the Christian life—even …

  • Chapter 13-Chapter 14, Sec. 2 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the Westminster’s doctrine of sanctification and saving faith.

  • Chapter 14, Sec.3-Chapter 15, Sec. 5 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner studies the place of repentance in sanctification.

  • Christ, Kingdom, & Culture by

    Jesus Christ has been seated at the right hand of God the Father, and His kingdom has already been inaugurated although not yet consummated. How does our understanding of this biblical truth impact the church’s relationship and interaction with …