• Here We Stand for the Glory of God Alone Media Resource by

    Romans 11:36

    The driving concern of God in creation and redemption is to bring glory to Himself by saving a people who will serve Him and declare His magnificence around the world. Our theology, therefore, must be focused first and foremost on the glory of God in all His character and works. In this message, Dr. Steven Lawson considers the doctrine of soli Deo gloria, looking to Scripture to explain what it means to glorify God and showing that the Lord’s chief goal in all that He does is His own glory. View Resource

  • The Heavenly Throne Room Media Resource by

    Revelation 4

    The second cycle of Revelation begins with a dazzling description of God in His glory, seated in radiant splendor on His heavenly throne. The host of heaven and the redeemed human race are fixated on Him, their every thought focused on showering Him with the praise He deserves. Amid the struggles of day-to-day life, John reminds believers that even now our God reigns. As we fix our eyes and hearts on this reality, Scripture calls us to join our hearts and voices with the heavenly chorus as it declares that God alone is holy and worthy of praise. View Resource

  • Seeking God’s Glory Media Resource by

    2 Corinthians 3:18

    Reformation theology is more than an abstract set of Scriptural tenets. Rather, it is a coherent and comprehensive framework for thinking, living, and worship that is united around a central theme. Without the beautiful and compelling nucleus of the sovereign goodness and majesty of God, Reformed theology would lose its heart and soul. In this lesson, Dr. Reeves turns our attention to this magnificent core of Christianity: the joy-laden pursuit of the glory of God. View Resource

  • Not Unto Us, O Lord: Awakening & the Glory of God Media Resource by

    2 Corinthians 4:13-15

    Conversion and spiritual growth are great blessings that occur as the result of an awakening, but these are not the ultimate ends for which God brings regeneration and renewal to the world and His church. God’s final end in awakening, as in all that He does, is to advance His own glory. This session calls the church to remember that God’s glory must be our end in all things, and it exhorts us to long for an awakening not for our own sakes but so that the whole earth may be filled with the glory of the Lord. View Resource

  • Father, Glorify Your Son Media Resource by

    John 17:1-5

    In churches, we often hold social gatherings in order to grow in our knowledge of one another. There is perhaps no other gathering where we get to know people better than the prayer meeting. There, we have the privilege, as we listen to others pray out loud, of having them reveal some of the deepest desires of their hearts. If we share such a privilege within the context of the church, then there could be no greater privilege for the disciples of Jesus than to listen to Him pray. In this lesson, as we come to the end of the … 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

  • Inklings of Wonder Media Resource by

    This session explores the great British Christian tradition of defending the permanent things, and how this in turn has spawned God-honoring literature that explores and recovers wonder as the only appropriate response to His glory. View Resource

  • The Angel of the Lord Media Resource by

    Genesis 14:18-20

    The imagery of fire normally arouses sentiments of terror and dread. Fire possesses the capacity to destroy and wreak havoc in the worst of ways, and this reality forces us to recall these facts when we think about this powerful element. Consequently, God’s employment of fire in His manifestations may lead us to think only of His wrath and fury. While the Bible does correlate God’s judgment and condemnation with fire, this element does not carry with it only punitive aspects of God’s will. Fire also provides warmth for the cold and weary, as well as purifies mixed, heterogeneous substances. … View Resource

  • A Consuming Fire Media Resource by

    Exodus 3:1-3

    The tendency to ignore the work of our Trinitarian God in the Old Testament remains a real problem within Christendom. Christians sometimes attribute the great redemptive acts of history in the Old Testament to the first person of the Trinity, the Father, alone. However, as John describes in the first chapter of his gospel, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God… All things were made through him.” Both the second person and the third person of the Trinity (the Son and the Spirit, respectively) worked in conjunction with the Father … View Resource

  • The Eclipse of God Media Resource by

    John 6:44

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  • In the Beginning: The Glory of God from Eternity Media Resource by

    Isaiah 48:11

    There is an ever-present tendency that lurks within all our hearts to strip the one true God of His attributes and conform Him to our shattered image. What is left is a god without righteousness, holiness, power, and glory. How do we destroy that idol? With Scripture of course! In this message, Dr. Albert Mohler teaches us what God has revealed about Himself in Scripture, as he declares God’s glory and reclaims our ever fading wonder of the God who is. View Resource

  • Soli Deo Gloria Media Resource by

    Exodus 32

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  • The Glory of God Media Resource by

    James 2:1

    Regarding His human nature, Jesus was made in the image of God. Every aspect of Jesus’ life perfectly reflected the glory of God. But Jesus did more than reflect the glory of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul uses the analogy of light to discuss the glorious nature of Jesus described for us in Scripture. View Resource

  • Blazing with Glory Media Resource by

    Isaiah 6:1-3

    Every day when we go outside we are bombarded with potentially blinding light rays from the sun. But as awesome as our sun may seem, it pales in comparison to the infinite glory of God. In this message, Dr. Sproul talks about the heavenly beings described in Isaiah chapter six as they worship in God’s direct and immediate presence. What protects them from God’s full unmitigated glory? Even more important, what will protect us? View Resource

  • The Majesty of God Media Resource by

    Isaiah 6:3-4

    It seems people have a problem seeing the majesty of God. Is God in hiding? Does He reveal Himself only to those who believe? In this message, Dr. Sproul shows us where to look if we really want to see “The Majesty of God.” View Resource