• Priest Media Resource by

    Psalm 110:1-4

    When some people hear the word ‘priest’ they automatically associate it with Roman Catholic clergy, forgetting that it is actually a biblical office with great significance. Old Testament priests served in the Temple worship of Israel, particularly in the sacrificial system necessary for the atonement of the sins of the people. Now that the Temple has been destroyed, do we still need a Priest? In this message, Dr. Sproul explores the office of priest as it is found in Scripture, and the One who ever lives to intercede for His people. View Resource

  • Adonai: God Is Lord Media Resource by

    Psalm 110

    How far would your vote go in a monarchy? How far would the king bow to your decisions? In the Kingdom of God, how far does our vote go? How sovereign is the King, and how free are His subjects? In this message entitled “Adonai: God Is Lord,” Dr. Sproul talks about the Lordship of Christ as he continues to examine the names and titles of God. View Resource

  • Lord Media Resource by

    Psalm 110

    Scripture says that every knee shall bow, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. You may or may not be one who believes this. But one thing is for sure: our belief or unbelief does not change the fact that Jesus is Lord. In this message, Dr. Sproul teaches us the significance of the lordship of Jesus described for us in Scripture, and what it meant to early Christians who truly believed it.  View Resource

  • The Offices of Christ Media Resource by

    Psalm 110

    The offices of Christ are connected to Christ’s role as mediator. In God’s plan for redemption, Christ serves a threefold office called the munus triplex. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul explains how Christ fulfills the Old Testament offices as our Prophet, Priest, and King. View Resource