• Ascension: Session & Intercession, Part 1 Media Resource by

    Acts 1:3-11

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  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit (Part 1) Media Resource by

    Acts 1:4-8

    You don’t need to be a Christian long before you hear about the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Soon you realize that there are multiple teachings about the meaning of this sacred phenomenon. What is the significance of the baptism of the Holy Spirit? Does it take place today? Is it for all believers? In this message, Dr. Sproul will begin a two-part teaching on “The Baptism of the Holy Spirit.” View Resource

  • The Return of Christ Media Resource by

    Acts 1:9-11

    The return of Jesus has often been a source of controversy. Many have tried to determine when Christ will return even though Christ Himself revealed that no one knows the day or the hour of His return. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul mentions three aspects of the second coming of Christ that we can know. View Resource

  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Acts 2:1-17

    Is the baptism of the Holy Spirit available for Christians today? Is it for all believers? Is speaking-in-tongues the initial sign of this baptism? Considering these questions in this message, Dr. Sproul looks to the book of Acts to understand the significance of the baptism of the Holy Spirit and the phenomenon of speaking-in-tongues in the early church. View Resource

  • Pentecost Media Resource by

    Acts 2:1-17

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  • Pentecost Media Resource by

    Acts 2:1-17

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  • The Baptism of the Holy Spirit Media Resource by

    Acts 2:1-21

    Have you been asked, “Are you baptized in the Holy Spirit?” What does that mean? In this lesson, Dr. Sproul discusses “the baptism of the Holy Spirit,” as well as the related phenomenon of speaking in tongues and the false distinction between conversion and baptism in the Spirit. View Resource

  • Acts & the Apostle Peter Media Resource by

    Acts 2:22-23

    The Apostle Peter plays a significant role in the book of Acts, which should be no surprise considering his prominent role in the Gospels. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson takes a closer look at Peter’s sermons on the day of Pentecost and throughout the book of Acts. This narrowed focus on the sermons of the Apostle provides a logical transition into the writings of the Apostle, as Dr. Lawson moves in this lecture into a study of the doctrines of grace in 1 and 2 Peter. View Resource

  • Infant Baptism, Part 2 Media Resource by

    Acts 2:39

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  • Belonging to the Church Media Resource by

    Acts 2:42-47

    Western culture glorifies individualism, such that the concept of belonging to and functioning in a community context, in many ways, has been lost. Is Christianity compatible with the idea of individualism? In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson shows from Scripture that Christ’s purpose is to build a community of worshipers who belong not only to Him but also to one another. View Resource

  • The Church as a Caring Community Media Resource by

    Acts 2:42-47

    Throughout the Scriptures, God exhorts His people to love one another and to love our neighbor as ourselves. In this session, Dr. Burk Parsons considers this calling to love, encouraging us to remain steadfast in times of confusion and to demonstrate our hope in the midst of despair and suffering. View Resource

  • The Third Person Media Resource by

    Acts 5:1-4

    The Bible is replete with references to the Holy Spirit. Yet many people who have read the Bible have no idea who He really is. Who is this mysterious one whom the Bible speaks so much about? Can we accurately say that He exists? Beginning this series entitled The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit, Dr. Sproul starts off by explaining the reality of the Holy Spirit’s being and His relationship to the Father and the Son. View Resource

  • Suppressing the Truth Media Resource by

    Acts 5:1-5

    The Bible declares that there is truth, and any distortion of it is called a lie. The Apostle Paul teaches us that God is more than displeased with a particular lie that is intrinsic to our fallen human nature. How much is God displeased with lying? In this message entitled “Suppressing the Truth,” Dr. Sproul explains the universality of the suppression of truth and God’s righteous response to it. View Resource

  • Deacons Media Resource by

    Acts 6:1-7

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  • The Expansion of the Church Media Resource by

    Acts 8:1

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