Seems everywhere you turn today . . . everybody has an opinion—about . . . the role of government . . . medicine . . . religion . . . government . . . and marriage and family, to name a few. On this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, you’ll see that there’s only one perspective that carries any weight—God’s—and why knowing that should motivate you to honor every word of Scripture
Well, if you’ve ever wondered why we chose the slogan . . . unleashing God’s truth . . . one verse at a time . . . you’ll want to stick around as John shows you why he teaches—and all pastors should teach—the Bible, and only the Bible. On GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur begins his study called. . . Why I Teach the Bible.
To start the new week, John’s going to mix things up a bit. Instead of walking you verse-by-verse through a passage of Scripture, he’s going to field questions from his home church about the Bible and the Christian life—maybe ones you’ve wrestled with as you’ve studied God’s Word. That’s on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur
The most profound picture of the beauty and grace of forgiveness. . . Christ on the cross! The question is . . . if you’ve experienced that grace . . . how should you respond? What attitudes should characterize your life if you’ve been saved? John MacArthur, chancellor of The Master’s University and Seminary, answers that today on GRACE TO YOU, as he continues a series titled . . . “Giving Thanks for Redemption.”
What are you thankful for this year? Maybe that’s a hard question. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the difficulties of the world. But as you’ll see today, your earthly condition should never dictate how thankful you are. So join John MacArthur as he continues his message titled “In Everything Give Thanks,” and learn how to praise the Father in any circumstance on the next GRACE TO YOU.
Tomorrow’s Thanksgiving Day here in the United States . . . a wonderful time to reflect on God’s goodness. Of course for Christians, everyday should be Thanksgiving . . . because of the profound blessings we have in Jesus Christ.That in mind, John MacArthur has a timely message todayon GRACE TO YOUtitled “In Everything Give Thanks” . . . helping you see how the gospel of grace leads to a life of thankfulness.
There is only one event with the power to turn you into a radically new person both inside and out . . . to transform your decision making, your behavior, your relationships. I’m talking about salvation in Christ. Specifically, though, what will your new life look like when you become a Christian? Consider that today on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues a study he calls The Portrait of a New Life.
When you receive salvation, you’re indeed saved from your sin, but you still have to live in a world drowning in sin. And Scripture calls for you to be a light in the midst of that grim darkness. The question is, how do you do that? John MacArthur answers that today, as he continues his current study on GRACE TO YOU titled . . . The Portrait of a New Life.
Being confused about what love is can take you down a road with serious consequences—in fact, the most serious of consequences: eternal separation from God’s love. Consider that point today on GRACE TO YOU . . . as John MacArthur answers the question, “What does it mean to love the right way—God’s way?” It’s part of his study titled . . . The Portrait of a New Life.
It’s said, nothing is discussed more and practiced less than prayer. You probably have to admit you’ve failed at some point to follow the Biblical command to pray without ceasing. But how do you do that? On GRACE TO YOU, explore with John MacArthur the link between constant prayer and The Believer’s Armor that’s at your disposal
Think about your life. What might you be doing—or not doing—that gives the world, Satan, or your flesh an advantage over you and what can you do about it? Find out on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues his study from Ephesians 6 titled, The Believer’s Armor.
So, how does the Bible define love—the love Christians should have and demonstrate? What should it look like at home, at the office, in your neighborhood, and at church? Find out today on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur, continues his study called The Portrait of a New Life . . . showing you how, as a Christian, love gets radically redefined.
The breastplate of righteousness, the shield of faith, the sword of the spirit. Even if you know how to use the tools, you still may not be ready for Satan’s attacks. To activate your armor, you need one more ingredient. You need prayer. Praying at all times—that’s the strategy for winning spiritual battles and it’s the focus of John MacArthur’s message on GRACE TO YOU.
How should you defend yourself against a much more dangerous enemy--one who, if you’re a Christian, you’re sure to face? Find out on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues his series The Believer’s Armor. It’s an in-depth look at how Satan tries to discourage believers--and how, through Christ, you can resist his attacks.