https://alonsotihand.ml/leading-the-curriculum-in-the-primary-school.php Perseverance of the Saints R. Biblical Images of the Church R.
One and Holy R. Worship in the Church R. The Sacraments of the Church R. The Lord's Supper R. Death and the Intermediate The Kingdom of God R. The Return of Christ R. The Final Judgement R. The Believer's Final Rest R. Everyone has a worldview, a framework through which they interpret reality and answer life's ultimate questions. Many people, however, are unaware of the view they embrace. Sproul 31 MINS 3. Sproul 29 MINS 5. Pluralism and Relativism R.
Sproul 30 MINS 7. Sproul 28 MINS 8. Sproul 30 MINS 9. Sproul 32 MINS Sproul 28 MINS An Overview of Classical Apologetics with R. Sproul surveys the history of apologetics and demonstrates that reason and science are your allies in defending the existence of God and the historical truth claims of Jesus Christ. He affirms four logical premises that are necessary for all reasonable discourse, and teaches you how to defend your faith in a faithless world.
Four Steps Backward R. Law of Contradiction R. Law of Causality R. Reliability of Sense Perception R. Analogical Language part 1 R. Analogical Language part 2 R. Contradiction and Paradox R. Natural Theology part 1 R. Natural Theology part 2 R.
The Case for God R. The Illusion of Descartes R. Self-Creation part 1 R. Sproul 21 MINS Self-Creation part 2 R. God of the Bible vs. Kant's Moral Argument R. Vanity of Vanity R. The Psychology of Atheism R. The Bible and Apologetics part The Deity of Christ R. As he examines David's sin and confession, Dr. Sproul demonstrates how God was merciful to David, restoring to him the joy of salvation.
A Psalm of Repentance R. The Sin of David R. God's just Judgment R. Purging the Inward Parts R. A Contrite Repentance R. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom Prov. We tend to view God as a heavenly grandfather, not as one who is a consuming fire. We think God is like us, when instead He is utterly holy. Until we understand who God is, we will not have the right attitude toward Him. Sproul helps us to understand who God really is, showing us the One who is holy. Holy, Holy, Holy R. Sproul 32 MINS 4.
What Manner of Man is This? Fear and Trembling R. All Christians must be well grounded in the basics of the Christian faith in order for them to grow into maturity. Sproul gives a concise explanation of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity in the Apostles' Creed. It is especially useful for those who have lived to no Christian background and need to learn the basic doctrines of Christianity. Those who are teaching church membership, confirmation or communicant classes will find this series to be helpful in teaching the fundamentals found in the Apostles Creed to their students.
Sproul 27 MINS 2. God the Father R. The Person and Work of Christ The Holy Spirit and the Church R. Through Him the cosmos was created, and through Him the Father is most perfectly revealed. Sproul examines the eight unique "I AM" sayings of Jesus recorded in John's gospel, all of which are powerful expressions of His saving relationship to the world. He uses God's Word to bring us to a deeper understanding of the God-man as both protector and nurturer of His people.
The Bread of Life R. The Light of the World R. The Sheep Gate R. The Good Shepherd R. The Resurection and the Life R. Sproul 25 MINS 6. The Way, the Truth, and the The True Vine R. To understand the culture in which we live in, you need to be familiar with the ideas that have shaped it.
Sproul traces the contours of Western philosophy throughout history and shows how our culture evolved to what it is today. Listen, and you will hear echoes of their ideas in your daily conversations-especially as you witness to unbelievers. Monism and Pluralism R. Sproul 25 MINS 4. Sproul 26 MINS 5. Plato Part 1 R. Plato Part 2 R. Sproul 25 MINS 7. Aristotle Part 1 R. Aristotle Part 2 R.
Plotinus and Neo-Platonism R. Aquinas Part 1 R. Aquinas Part 2 R. The Renaissance Revolution R. Descartes and "Cause and Crisis in the 18th Century Sproul 20 MINS Berkeley and Empiricism R. Hume Part 1 R. Hume Part 2 R. Sproul 26 MINS The Enlightenment Part 1 R. The Enlightenment Part 2 R. Kant Part 1 R. Kant Part 2 R. Sartre and Heidegger R. Angels and demons are portrayed and discussed everywhere--from statues and paintings to poems and songs to the Internet. But are they understood correctly? With all the attention these beings receive, Christians are bound to get confused between what is often to be "common knowledge" and how the Word of God actually portrays them.
Sproul challenges many of the modern myths regarding these other-worldly beings by offering a biblical view of the spiritual realm. The Heavenly Choir R. The Heavenly Host R. Angels as Ministers R. Angels as Messengers R. The Angel of "Light" R. Sproul on a unique study tour as he explores the major themes, events, and people that are brought to life in the Bible.
Dust to Glory provides a panorama of biblical truth and a starting point to help you understand the content of the Bible. Dust to Glory can energize your study of the Bible, provide you with new insights, and improve your ability to read, understand, and apply Scripture to your life. As Christians, we are called to be people of the Word. Sproul 26 MINS 2. The Image of God in Man R.
Covenant with Abraham R. Moses and the Exodus R. I was shattered and yet to heal. I look up to You Lord. Yes,i do not understand Your reason but i still hold on.
Her and my Papaw are both reaping the rewards Jesus has for them in Heaven. The Distortion of Lawlessness R. Kant's Moral Argument R. When he calls you, he never hangs up the phone. Vanity of Vanity R. Sproul 31 MINS 6. I know this sounds so cliques especially when you are going through, please hear me.
All i can say is Thank You Lord. I am sorry to hear you lost your grandparents. My grandparents raised me and I miss them tremendously. The thing that gets me through is knowing she is in Heaven. Her and my Papaw are both reaping the rewards Jesus has for them in Heaven. Along with holding tight to the Lord the best I can. Hang in there, it will be better! God bless you Erin! I saw the post and did a double take. Thinking could it be that God chose me?
When I have never had an answer as to why my husband of 32 yrs decided to end it. Why my first born chose to consider me dead. I can smile and laugh. Not on my own though. It has to be God. Thank you Rather God for holding me in your hands. Praise and glory to you forever and ever. This is so good that I want to read it over, and over again. God is so good. It is a struggle for me. I have fallen away and am slowly making my way back.
I know I am just postponing the inevitable. When he calls you, he never hangs up the phone. My heart, soul, mind, body, I willing and pure heart give to you Father! My family I also place in your most gracious, loving, sacred hands!! Bless be the Lord!
Something to read, beb like the page and read through the past posts. Very interesting Magret Nsofwa. Hello, please be encourage! I know this sounds so cliques especially when you are going through, please hear me. Now is not the times, for you to throw in the towel! I am praying for you! God is love and he loves you! I am struggling big time right now! I lost my only surviving grandparents within 6 weeks of each other.
The last one passing away on March 5th. I spent all my days off of work spending quality time with them. I have been listening to praise and worship music to get me thru this storm.
I lost my Dad in of a heart attack. In my 30s I thought I was to young to have gone through so much loss and heartache in my life!! I pray God continues to strength you. Jessi Hunt Erin Nahinurk. This, too, shall pass. Stay strong sissy in Christ…Remember…God is in control.
Be encouraged knowing they are in a better place. Let the wonder of this sink in. Your faith is not a witness to any prior power in you. It is not a testimony to something so small as self-determination. It is a testimony to the same power that created the universe. God chose to raise you from the dead Ephesians 2: If God is for us, who can be against us? He who did not spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, how will he not also with him graciously give us all things?
It is God who justifies. Who is to condemn? Christ Jesus is the one who died — more than that, who was raised — who is at the right hand of God, who indeed is interceding for us. He did not do this great work like a fisherman throwing a net to see who might swim into it. This was planned and performed with a special view to us, the chosen ones.
This is a wonder to revel in. The more we consider being chosen, the more the wonder of it grows. And Paul tells us to consider it. The reason he wants us to think about being chosen Do you? Then he mentions three times our being chosen. Consider your calling, brothers: But God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise; God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong; God chose what is low and despised in the world, even things that are not, to bring to nothing things that are, so that no human being might boast in the presence of God.
Do you see the point? God is free to choose who will become Christians. We did nothing — absolutely nothing — to qualify for being chosen. You carry no burden to measure up to the merit that qualified you for being chosen. There is no such thing. The chosen race is not white or black or Asian or any other natural grouping. Race and ethnicity are not unimportant in our common cultural life. But they are not what unites us to God or to each other in Christ. We are a new creation, a new humanity.
Peter even says, a new race! God chose us freely — without respect to race — to be in this new race. Then he sent his Son to purchase us from all the ethnic groups of the world: