• God Is All Media Resource by

    Psalm 145

    The final psalms in the Psalter are the culmination of praise to which the entire book has been leading. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey closes his survey through the Psalms by taking a closer look at Psalm 145, the last psalm of Book Five. View Resource

  • Psalms 91 & 93: God Is Protector & King Media Resource by

    Psalm 91

    From the beginning, God has revealed Himself as trustworthy, the great comfort that drives Book Four of the Psalms. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey studies Psalms 91 and 93, two psalms of comfort that teach us where to go in times of crisis. View Resource

  • Psalm 52: The Psalms & History Media Resource by

    Psalm 52

    Psalm 52 refers to a specific historic event in the life of David and serves as an indictment against Doeg the Edomite. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey explores the context of Psalm 52 to showcase the importance of history in interpretation. View Resource

  • Psalm 81: The Word at the Center Media Resource by

    Psalm 81

    Psalm 81 can be said to be the most important psalm because of its placement at the center of the Psalter. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey reviews the themes of Psalm 81, pointing out how they ultimately center on the Lord Jesus Christ. View Resource

  • Psalm 94: Comfort from the Future Media Resource by

    Psalm 94

    God disciplines those He loves, and as His people, God’s discipline should be a joy and a comfort. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey draws our attention to the blessed man of Psalm 94 rejoicing in God’s discipline while praying for judgment against the wicked. View Resource

  • Psalm 77: Questions in Grief Media Resource by

    Psalm 77

    Psalm 77 is characteristic of the psalms of crisis in Book Three of the Psalter, but unlike many of these psalms, it ends in hope. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey employs Psalm 77 as the key to an appropriate response to God in our times of trouble. View Resource

  • Psalm 11: The Power of Poetry Media Resource by

    Psalm 11

    Psalm 11 exhibits the powerful characteristics of Hebrew poetry typically found throughout the Psalms. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey uses Psalm 11 to provide us with an interpretive grid that we may apply to all the psalms as Hebrew poetry. View Resource

  • Introduction (Part 1): Attractions & Difficulties Media Resource by

    Psalm 23

    The Psalms have a Godward direction, being God’s words to us to give back to Him. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey discusses the uniqueness of the Psalms as well as the difficulties that must be overcome if we are to learn to love them. View Resource

  • Introduction (Part 2): Solving Difficulties Media Resource by

    Psalm 23

    Learning to love the Psalms requires us to overcome the interpretive difficulties outlined in the previous lecture. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey demonstrates how the difficulties commonly perceived in the Psalms are not that difficult after all. View Resource

  • Psalms 26 & 39: Peculiar Psalms Media Resource by

    Psalm 26

    Certain psalms raise difficult questions that require us to apply a biblical hermeneutic so that we can make appropriate distinctions about them. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey focuses his attention on Psalms 26 and 39 as examples of so called “problematic” psalms. View Resource

  • Psalms 49 & 50: All the World & All the People Media Resource by

    Psalm 49

    Psalms 49 and 50 uniquely depart from the great theme of Book Two by focusing beyond the kingdom of God onto the world. In this lesson, Dr. Godfrey traces the progression of these psalms and explores what they tell us about the wisdom and worship of God. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Horton, Godfrey, Nichols, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Michael Horton, W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols and Derek Thomas. Questions: Dr. Horton, do you hear a who? (0:02) Is it okay if I don’t remember the moment I was converted? (1:09) Please define mercy and grace. Are they synonymous or distinct? (2:31) When Jesus says from the cross, “Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do,” does that imply ignorance can save? (3:36) Is there a point where we can go too far in confessing our sins to one another? (6:26) How can I witness to my friends … View Resource

  • Reformation at Home Media Resource by

    The Reformers’ teaching on home life is unknown to many people, but it remains one of the most enduring legacies of the Reformation. From Luther’s affectionate references to his wife as “my Lord Katie” to Calvin’s pastoral care for families in Geneva, the home played an important role in the Reformation. This session explores the biblical teaching on marriage, sex, and family and discusses why these topics are important—especially today and in the future. It also highlights the need for the church to be the family of God in which love for Christ and His Word are nurtured. View Resource

  • Optional Session: God with Us Media Resource by

    Psalm 56:8-11

    One great theme of the Bible is God’s presence with His people, and God was present with His people during the Reformation. This session considers what God’s presence with His people meant for His people then, as well as what it means for us today and for the future. View Resource

  • Ligonier Teaching Fellows Panel Discussion Media Resource by , , , , ,

    Chris Larson moderates a panel discussion with some of the Ligonier Teaching Fellows on the subject of the goal of the Reformation. Questions: What is the goal of reformation? (1:08) What do we mean when we say ordinary means of grace ministry? (8:30) What is the mission of God as we look to the next 500 years? (21:31) Note: Answers given reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith. View Resource