• No Hope Without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. In this session, Dr. Joel Beeke details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • No Hope without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. We need a mediator to succeed where Adam failed in keeping God’s commands. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • The Return Media Resource by

    At the ascension of Christ, the disciples were promised that Jesus would come again, and the second coming of Christ has remained the church’s blessed hope ever since. The second coming has also been the source of great controversy. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains some of the basic facts concerning the second coming, while at the same time dispelling some common misconceptions. View Resource

  • Ascension Media Resource by

    Christians spend a great deal of time thinking about the birth, death, resurrection, and Second Coming of Jesus, but the ascension of Christ is often overlooked. Yet the ascension was the event that marked Christ’s enthronement, His return to glory. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains why the ascension of Christ is so significant. View Resource

  • Resurrection Media Resource by

    The Jewish and Roman leaders probably breathed a sigh of relief after Jesus died on the cross. They were finally rid of this man who had exposed their evil and hypocrisy. Or so they thought. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at the redemptive significance of the resurrection of Jesus, explaining how it is at the very core of the Christian faith. View Resource

  • Temptation Media Resource by

    Immediately after His baptism, Jesus is driven into the wilderness to be tempted by the Devil. We are reminded here not only of Israel’s testing in the wilderness, but of the original test—the temptation of Adam. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul compares and contrasts the temptations of the first Adam and the second Adam, explaining how the results of each rested on whether trust was placed in the Word of God. View Resource

  • Transfiguration Media Resource by

    At the beginning of the gospel of John, the apostle declares, “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory.” It is very likely that John is referring here to the transfiguration of Christ, that moment when the glory theretofore concealed was revealed to Jesus’ closest disciples. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at the account of the transfiguration, explaining its significance in the ministry of Christ. View Resource

  • Baptism Media Resource by

    After four hundred years of silence, the voice of prophecy resumed in Israel with the arrival of John the Baptist. He came, calling all Israel to repent and be baptized. Jesus’ baptism by John marks the official beginning of His public ministry. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks closely at the baptism of Jesus, explaining how significant it was in his life and how relevant it is for our salvation. View Resource

  • Boy Jesus in the Temple Media Resource by

    The New Testament tells us very little about the years between Jesus’ birth and the beginning of His ministry. The gospel of Luke contains the one significant account that exists—the story of Jesus’ visit to the temple at the age of twelve. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul explains what we can learn about the person and work of Christ from this brief narrative. View Resource

  • Infancy Hymns Media Resource by

    Throughout the Old Testament, God’s major redemptive acts were celebrated in song. The Song of Moses in Exodus 15 celebrated the redemption of Israel from Egypt. The Song of Deborah in Judges 5 celebrated the defeat of the Canaanites. These and other songs are found throughout Israel’s history—many in the book of Psalms. All of these earlier redemptive acts, however, paled in comparison to the incarnation of the Son. In this lecture, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at three songs that celebrated the coming of the Messiah. View Resource

  • The Early Years of Jesus’ Life Media Resource by

    The Bible does not record much of what happened in the early years of Jesus’ life. Because of this, many have attempted to fill in the gaps between His birth and His baptism by John. Although the Gospels do not record much in terms of the amount of biblical data, what it is recorded speaks volumes about the vocation and mission of Jesus. In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses this as he visits with Mary and Joseph at the Temple, looking at “The Early Years of Jesus’ Life.” View Resource

  • The Early Years of Jesus’ Life Media Resource by

    The Bible does not record much of what happened in the early years of Jesus’ life. Because of this, many have attempted to fill in the gaps between His birth and His baptism by John. Although the Gospels do not record much in terms of the amount of biblical data, what it is recorded speaks volumes about the vocation and mission of Jesus. In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses this as he visits with Mary and Joseph at the Temple, looking at “The Early Years of Jesus’ Life.” View Resource

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