• The Omniscience of God Media Resource by

    Matthew 11:27

    When reflecting on the limited capacity of the human mind, it is difficult to fathom a being who knows everything perfectly. There are some today who would limit God’s knowledge, arguing that it interferes with the free choices of individuals, but this runs counter to the clear and consistent teaching of Scripture. In this message, Dr. Lawson considers what it means to affirm that God is omniscient and why this aspect of His character is essential to our understanding of who He is. View Resource

  • Introduction to the Attributes of God Media Resource by

    Exodus 15:11

    Worthwhile relationships are based on knowledge. When we meet someone for the first time, we do not consider that we really know that person until we have the opportunity to learn more about that person, such as his or her history, personality, likes, dislikes, and desires. As we come to know more about a new acquaintance, we better understand how to carry on a relationship with that person. In the same way, a vibrant relationship with the triune God must be rooted in a firm understanding of who He reveals Himself to be in His Word. In this message, Dr. … View Resource

  • The Grace of God Media Resource by

    Romans 3:24

    When asked to summarize the law, Jesus responded that one must love God and neighbor. Considering the grace of God ought to help believers fulfill both commandments. God’s grace should both flood one’s heart with thankfulness and love for Him, and also provide the model for how we should treat our neighbor. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson uncovers the extent of God’s grace, which is seen most clearly in the salvation accomplished in His Son. View Resource

  • The Wisdom of God Media Resource by

    Job 12:13

    The thought that the brutal execution of a Jewish man in first-century Palestine could be the means by which God brings salvation to mankind is considered foolishness by the world. But it was in this very event that God demonstrated His infinite and unsearchable wisdom. In this message, Dr. Lawson provides a biblical definition of wisdom and examines God’s wisdom in creation, providence, and salvation. View Resource

  • The Immutability of God Media Resource by

    Psalm 102:26-27

    It is hard for anyone to go a day, even an hour, without changing in some way. Our thoughts and emotions are in a constant state of flux. Even our greatest desires and plans change over time. God, however, never changes His mind or His course of action in the world. He is an immovable rock, a mighty fortress, and the only sure anchor in an ever-changing world. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explores the biblical view of God’s immutability, showing how His character, Word, plan, and salvation never change. View Resource

  • The Omnipotence of God Media Resource by

    Psalm 33:6

    Like all of His attributes, God’s omnipotence is co-extensive with His being. There is no area of the universe where He is not exerting His power. From a blade of grass to the stars of the sky, everything and everyone is dependent upon His immeasurable power for its existence. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explores the nature and extent of this incomprehensible power. View Resource

  • The Love of God Media Resource by

    1 John 4:8

    Love is a word that is frequently thrown around without consideration of what it truly means. It is often thought of as feeling or attraction, but Scripture provides a much more profound understanding of what love is. Furthermore, it is God’s love that provides the exemplar for all derivative forms of love. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explores the depths of God’s love, which is an infinite and eternally self-giving love. View Resource

  • The Omnipresence of God Media Resource by

    Psalm 139:7-10

    As embodied beings, we are limited by space and time. When confronted with competing demands on our time, we often excuse ourselves by stating that we can’t be in two places at once. God, however, can be in two places at once. In fact, He is everywhere at once. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson unfolds the biblical teaching of God’s omnipresence, demonstrating that there is no place in heaven or hell, nor the entire universe, where God is not present in the fullness of His being. View Resource

  • The Holiness of God Media Resource by

    Isaiah 6:1-5

    To many people today, holiness is a foreign concept. For the authors of Scripture, however, holiness is one of God’s most prominent attributes. It denotes both His separation from creation as the infinitely superior One and His absolute moral purity. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explains what it means to affirm that God is holy, and how an understanding of this truth affects how we approach the living God and live before Him in humble reverence. View Resource

  • The Aseity of God Media Resource by

    Genesis 1:1

    Of God’s many distinct attributes, one of the most difficult for finite human beings to come to terms with is His aseity, or self-existence. Unlike us, God has neither beginning nor end, and He is not dependent upon anyone or anything. In this message, as we consider God’s limitless abundance and our own neediness, Dr. Lawson invites us to seek full satisfaction and delight in the one who is the limitless source of all things. View Resource

  • The Spirituality of God Media Resource by

    John 4:24

    The concept of spirituality is used to communicate a variety of different ideas. For some, this word indicates a conscious commitment to the things of God. To others, to say that someone is spiritual is to suggest that he or she has a generic interest in religious or supernatural matters. However, to speak of God’s spirituality is actually to identify Him as a spirit—an immaterial, invisible, and infinite being that is fundamentally distinct from material, visible, and finite creatures. In this message, Dr. Lawson investigates what it means to affirm that God is a spiritual being and why this aspect … View Resource

  • The Goodness of God Media Resource by

    Psalm 34:8

    It is not uncommon for those who face pain and hardship in this life to doubt the goodness of God. But the clear message of Scripture is that God is uniquely good, and that He is the measure for everything we call good. Considered together with His wisdom and power, Christians can be assured that God not only desires to reveal His goodness, but is able to accomplish His good plan in the best possible way. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson explores what it means to say that God is good, and how His goodness is operative in the world. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers #2 Media Resource by , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, R.C. Sproul and Cal Thomas answer questions on a variety of topics that address the Christian’s role in civil disobedience; teaching our children to defend their faith as they transition to college; the authoritative interpretation of Scripture; the revival of our nation and how we can know that we are saved, to name a few. The questions addressed in this session are: 1. What guidance would you give preachers on speaking about politics from the pulpit?2. Is there a role for civil disobedience?3. Do any of you see signs of revival in our nation?View Resource

  • Questions & Answers #1 Media Resource by , , , ,

    Drs. Alistair Begg, Anthony Carter, Steven Lawson, R.C. Sproul, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer questions on a variety of topics, including the difference between justification and salvation by grace; the distinction between truths revealed in Scripture and those that come to light through science, and baptism. The questions answered in this session are: 1. What is your opinion on the invitation, “Invite Jesus into your heart?” Is this a true proclamation of the gospel? 2. What is the difference between justification by faith and salvation by grace? 3. How do we make distinctions between truth revealed in scripture and truth … View Resource

  • Feet Firmly Planted in Midair Media Resource by

    Most students entering college today believe that truth is relative, that what is true for you may not be true for me. In this message, Dr. Steven Lawson looks at the influence relativism has had on our culture and explores the consequences. He will explain the absurd and self-defeating nature of relativism and remind us of God’s call to stand for the unchanging absolute truth of His Word. View Resource