To glorify God with your life, you need to confess your sin. A simple point . . . and one that’s of paramount importance to your spiritual growth. On this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John shows you the fundamentals you need to master to grow spiritually.
As you think about your life as a Christian, you know your goal is to honor God in everything you do . . . but maybe you sense you’re flying a bit off course. You don’t have autopilot—you need to make the adjustments. So how do you do that? Find out , on this edition of GRACE TO YOU, with John MacArthur.
The Westminster catechism calls it the chief end—or highest purpose—of mankind. Simply put, you were created to glorify God. But what exactly does it mean to give God glory? John MacArthur has answers, on this edition of GRACE TO YOU, with John MacArthur.
When you got out of bed this morning, you probably didn’t have to think about opening your eyes . . .what to do first . . .how to get ready for your day. Some things are so fundamental—so basic—you don’t have to think about them. But that’s not always the case with the basics of Christian living. John MacArthur shows you why on GRACE TO YOU.
Enter a model home and rest assured the base price doesn’t include the all the extra features you’ll see. But that’s not the case when you enter the Christian life—it’s a complete package with infinite spiritual riches from the moment you’re saved. So what are the riches, how do you tap into them? Get answers,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
How could you have just a few pennies in the bank, yet have riches beyond compare? Find out on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur looks at the treasure that’s yours if you’re a Christian . . . the unfathomable riches you can enjoy this side of heaven. It’s part of his current study . . .Richer Than You Think.
Few guarantees in life come without conditions.Unless, of course, you’re talking about the guarantee God’s given you if you’re a Christian. It’s fully paid for . . . by God Himself . . . and it promises to meet your deepest needs even in your darkest days. Hear more from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.
Everyone enters this world a guilty criminal. . . sinners before a holy God. Yet if you’re a Christian, your penalty’s been paid and right now,this side of heaven, you have amazing spiritual blessings at your disposal. But what is this spiritual treasure and how do you tap into it? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Are you focusing on money, career, success . . . things that aren’t necessarily wrong, but can’t even compare to the riches Christ offers? How do you take hold of the untold wealth that’s yours if you’re a Christian? John MacArthur helps answer that life-changing question,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Imagine you’re stranded on an island then one day someone rescues you, returns you to civilization, and gives you everything you need for the rest of your life. Would you say no to that? Of course not. But is it possible you’re doing something even worse rejecting the unique, abundant treasure that’s yours if you’re a Christian?Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You hear the gospel and pray the sinner’s prayer. You faithfully serve your church. And you tell others about Christ. Yet one day, you stand before the God you claim to know . . . and find out, to your horror,that He doesn’t know you! How could that possibly happen? John MacArthur answers that on GRACE TO YOU.
On this edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur discusses “Four Ways to Miss Heaven.” He is going to show you the horrible consequences of sin . . . consequences you’ll face if you miss out on heaven. It’s a critical conclusion to his series called . . .The Sinfulness of Sin.
What is it that God hates more than anything? The answer, simply, is . . .sin. Any sin large or small, is rebellion against God.If you fail to forgive someone or if you have a bad attitude, is that just as serious—is it the same kind of rebellion against God—as stealing or murder is? How concerned is God about your sinful thoughts compared with your sinful actions? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
As a great Puritan preacher once explained, the purpose for what’s known as church discipline is “to ensure the continuance, increase, and preservation in purity, order, and holiness” of the church. And sometimes that discipline has to get extreme—a rebellious church member receives the maximum punishment. The Bible calls it being delivered to Satan. Hear more,from John MacArthur, on GRACE TO YOU.
From time to time, John MacArthur—pastor, author, and the featured Bible teacher here on GRACE TO YOU—will set aside an evening service to answer questions from his congregation at Grace Community Church. Well, today you get to listen in on one of those Q&A sessions—stay here as John answers questions that, more than likely, you have had as you’ve studied God’s Word.That’s on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.