• A Charitable Reaction by

    An unfortunate instance that unfolds in everyone’s life is the experience where somebody had said something unkind to you in public. As believers, how do we respond to that sort of thing? Dr. Sproul accounts a time when that …

  • A Love that Suffers Long by

    Dr. Sproul looks at how love begins the fruit of the Spirit in the sense that “all of the other fruit of the Spirit is simply an outward manifestation of the reality and the presence of authentic love.” In this …

  • Being Sure of Salvation by

    The topic that that weighs on many believers minds is undoubtedly, their assurance of salvation. To truly know that you are a child of God and will see your Heavenly Father someday in glory is the topic of this message …

  • Being Sure of the Savior by

    In this message Dr. Sproul takes a different look at assurance by showing what a genuine assurance of salvation looks like. It begins with having a clear understanding both of what salvation means, and what it involves. We see in …

  • Doing the Right Thing (Part 1) by

    In the book of Matthew we read of a condition that must be met before entering the kingdom of heaven. What is this condition? How does a person meet that condition? Dr. Sproul teaches from the fifth chapter of Matthew …

  • Doing the Right Thing (Part 2) by

    So you want to be more righteous? But how do you measure an acceptable level of righteousness? Perhaps we should learn how the Pharisees lived so that we do not repeat their offenses. If that’s what you think, then …

  • Faith & Fruit by

    Dr. Sproul continues to discuss the two most important elements from which we are able to gain personal assurance of our salvation, summarizing them as “Faith and Fruit.”

  • Goodness and Faith by

    The Apostle Paul gave the Galatian church a list of characteristics, or fruits, that should be manifest in the life of the believer. On that list, Paul included love, joy, peace, long-suffering and kindness. The next two items on that …

  • Growing to Maturity by

    It was Jesus Himself who said that we must become like little children to enter the Kingdom of heaven. But we find in Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians that we are to leave childish ways behind us. How …

  • Grow UP! by

    Have you ever heard in the Christian community the idea that Christians are to have a child-like faith? We want Christian education to be “user friendly.” This kind of thinking is absolutely devastating to both the life of a church …

  • Joy and Peace by

    When a person becomes a Christian, he or she realizes that life isn’t so simple anymore. Conflict is immediate—a battle of flesh and spirit rage within the soul. On another front, there is outward conflict with your fellow man …

  • Long-suffering and Kindness by

    We have all been there. How many of us have suffered under the tyranny of someone else’s slander? Or been the subject of cruel and coarse joking? Perhaps you have learned the secret of ignoring these personal attacks, but …

  • Meekness and Self-Control by

    When you hear the word meekness, what thoughts enter your mind? Do think of weakness for instance? Or perhaps you imagine someone who is shy or timid. Our modern culture has little use for this Biblical virtue. It runs contrary …

  • Not By Works by

    In this convicting message, “Not by Works,” Dr. Sproul discusses our good deeds—the good deeds that will never be good enough to satisfy the law of God—for by the works of the law no flesh, no person, no …

  • Planning to Grow by

    Spiritual growth is not optional in the Christian life. It’s mandatory. What steps have you taken in your spiritual life to make sure you are growing? What are some practical things we can do that will help us grow …