• Grace in James, John, and Jude Media Resource by

    James 1:17-18

    The letters of James, 1–3 John, and Jude are part of the Catholic Epistles. They are “catholic” because they are universal, not being addressed to a particular church. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson searches these letters for the doctrines of grace so that we can see the overall unity of the Bible in proclaiming God’s sovereign mercies. View Resource

  • Grace in Eternity Media Resource by

    Romans 8:29-30

    There isn’t a systematic approach to the doctrines of grace quite like the one found in the book of Romans. It is filled with lofty theology that can only be matched by its soaring doxology for the God from whom, through whom, and to whom are all things. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson traces the Apostle Paul’s argument for the doctrine of sovereign election in eternity past throughout Romans, while also demonstrating the particular nature of Christ’s death for the elect. View Resource

  • Salvation in Galatians & Ephesians Media Resource by

    Ephesians 1:3-14

    The books of Galatians and Ephesians are full of rich doxology precisely because they are full of rich theology. This is particularly true in Ephesians 1:3–14, a beautiful passage that outlines Paul’s theology of election. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson highlights the truth of election and the nature of the atonement in Galatians and provides a lengthy study of election in Ephesians 1. View Resource

  • The Evangelism of Acts Media Resource by

    Acts 13:48

    The book of Acts is the most evangelistic book in the entire Bible. In it, the power of the gospel is on display as the gospel goes forth from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson overviews the doctrines of grace in the history of the first-century church as contained in the Acts of the Apostles. View Resource

  • God’s Grace in the Synoptics Media Resource by

    Matthew 22:14

    Just as we encounter man’s sin in the Synoptic Gospels, so too we can expect to encounter an abundance of God’s grace. The reason for this is simple: the Gospels tell us who Jesus is and what He has done on the behalf of unworthy sinners. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson surveys the doctrines of grace in the Synoptic Gospels with a continued focus on the gospel of Matthew. View Resource

  • Herald of Covenant Promises Media Resource by

    Jeremiah 1:5

    The prophet Jeremiah began his ministry during the reforms of King Josiah. He witnessed the short-lived reforms in Judah and prophesied of a coming exile at the hands of the Babylonians. The prophecies and laments about this historic event are contained the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson examines these books to direct our attention to the promises of God during one of the most calamitous times in the history of Israel. View Resource

  • Minor Prophets, Major Message Media Resource by

    Hosea 2:23

    The prophets warned the Israelites before exile, strengthened them during exile, and gave them hope after exile. This hope was founded on the fundamental truth that salvation is of the Lord. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson surveys the Minor Prophets by highlighting the doctrines of grace to demonstrate that, though they are called “Minor” Prophets, they have a major message. View Resource

  • Deliverance & Wilderness Media Resource by

    Exodus 33:19

    Israel was delivered from Egypt by the mighty hand of the Lord, yet the people rebelled against Him and wandered in the wilderness for forty years before entering into the Promised Land. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson examines the doctrines of grace in the books of Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers to show how the light of the doctrines of grace shine even in Israel’s darkness. View Resource

  • Grace in the Law Media Resource by

    Deuteronomy 2:30

    The book of Deuteronomy is the last book in the Pentateuch and is known as the “Second Law.” It consists of a series of sermons Moses preached to Israel so that they might be devoted to the Lord before entering the Promised Land. In this lecture, Dr. Lawson maps out the doctrines of grace in the book of Deuteronomy through a study of seven significant passages about God’s sovereignty and love. View Resource

  • Chosen in Christ: God’s Eternal Plan of Redemption Media Resource by

    Many struggle to see the value of the doctrine of election for Christian living. Yet from a biblical perspective, the doctrine of election is intended to comfort God’s people as well as magnify God’s grace. In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas shows why God’s eternal plan to redeem His people for His glory is the basis for the work of Christ as our mediator, the foundation for the historical unfolding of the covenant of grace, and the ground for our hope in the gospel. View Resource

  • Chosen in Christ: God’s Eternal Plan of Redemption Media Resource by

    Few subjects provoke debate like the doctrine of election. As a result, many struggle to see the value of it for Christian living. Yet from a biblical perspective, the doctrine of election is intended to comfort God’s people as well as magnify God’s grace. In this session, Dr. Ian Hamilton shows why God’s eternal plan to redeem His people for His glory is the basis for the work of Christ as our mediator, the foundation for the historical unfolding of the covenant of grace, and the ground for our hope in the gospel. View Resource

  • Sovereign Election (Part 1) Media Resource by

    John 1:12-13

    The doctrine of sovereign election, when viewed in an improper perspective, may seem cold and unfeeling, depicting God as callous and arbitrary in His election of some and not others. Yet, this viewpoint fails in two significant ways. First, it assumes man deserves God’s favor. Second, it does not recognize the extreme love demonstrated by God toward His Son and His elect. Election finds its root in God’s love, and as Dr. Lawson explains in this lesson, far from being a dictatorial, meaningless activity by an unfeeling God, sovereign election expresses the fullness of God’s love for a sinful, unrepentant … View Resource

  • Sovereign Election (Part 2) Media Resource by

    John 13:18

    The pain, suffering, and agony Jesus experienced during His Passion defy conceptualization. Sometimes, as Christians, we ask in our hearts, “How did He bear such a burden?” The short answer, the answer that causes tears to well up in our eyes and our hearts to swell, is love. On His way to Calvary, Jesus maintained His path and persevered on the ascent out of love for His Father and love for the ones for whom He came to die. Far from an impersonal act of selflessness, the incarnated Son of God knew each and every individual for whom He offered … View Resource

  • All Christians Believe in Predestination Media Resource by

    Ephesians 1:1-5

    The Bible clearly teaches that only the grace of God can save us from spiritual death. But why did God choose to save some and not others? Isn’t that unfair? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at some of the misconceptions and caricatures of the doctrine of predestination. He explains why Christians should not only embrace this doctrine but rejoice in it. View Resource

  • Election Media Resource by

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