• An Example of Contentment Media Resource by

    Luke 4:1-13

    As we strive to find biblical contentment, there are many examples to look to in Scripture, but Jesus is the only perfect example. Jesus is our one unblemished example of contentment. In this lesson, the temptation of Jesus in the wilderness is highlighted to give believers hope for how to overcome temptations and discontentment. It was His perfect contentment that led to His perfect obedience. View Resource

  • The Price of a Man Media Resource by

    Luke 4:1-13

    In the Garden of Eden, the all-time worst question was given the all-time worst answer. And today, mankind is still suffering for it, while the question remains, “Has God said?” When tempted in the wilderness, Jesus’ response was radically different than that of Adam. What is your answer? Do you believe God’s Word? In this message, Dr. Sproul compares the test Adam had in the Garden, and the test Jesus had in the wilderness to see what they had in common and what that means for us today. View Resource

  • Trinitarian Fellowship Media Resource by

    Luke 4:14-21

    Companionship plays a large role in the life of Christians and non-Christians alike. It is wonderful to possess friends and loved ones with whom you can reveal the inner workings of your heart without fear, rejection, and spite. We don’t need to explain ourselves or our emotions to these loved ones. They know us just as we know them. The Father, Son, and Spirit experience this mutual love, openness, and adoration in a manner that cannot be explained or replicated. When Jesus rejoiced in the Spirit, He marveled at the work of His companion, the Holy Spirit, who sought to … View Resource

  • Jesus’ Inaugural Address & Public Ministry Media Resource by

    Luke 4:14-24

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  • Jesus’ Inaugural Address & Public Ministry Media Resource by

    Luke 4:14-24

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  • The Names of Christ Media Resource by

    Luke 4:16-21

    The different titles of Christ in history are descriptive of His character and nature. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul examines the prominent names of Christ found in the New Testament. View Resource