Imagine the sadness Christ’s followers must have felt after the crucifixion . . . the grief of losing their friend and teacher. But the sorrow they felt would all change when they discovered the tomb was empty. On today’s GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur shows you how the followers of Christ reacted to the resurrection . . . and what it means for your worship this Resurrection Sunday.
Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to show you crucial details in the Easter story that will help you grasp the true significance of Christ’s resurrection—perhaps for the first time. It’s part of his series titled . . . The Empty Tomb.
“It is finished!” Jesus cried from the cross, then drew His last breath. In three days, Christ rose again and everything changed. What happened during those hours between Christ’s death and resurrection? On today’s GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur sheds light on those crucial details and helps you understand what history’s great turning point means for you.
It’s understandable the details of Jesus’ unjust trial, His suffering, and hanging on a cross would stir our emotions. But what about Christ’s burial? When’s the last time you considered that pivotal event? Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur helps us understand what happened after the crucifixion in his study titled The Empty Tomb.
You can imagine that throughout history, there’ve been many, many people who have gone to trial, gone to jail . . . and even been put to death . . . for crimes they didn’t commit. There’s only ever been one person in that situation who was absolutely and perfectly innocent. That person, of course, is Jesus Christ. Listen now as John MacArthur examines this subject further on GRACE TO YOU.
You’ve heard of people spending time behind bars—sometimes years or decades— for crimes they didn’t commit. But nothing could be more heinous, more unjust, than the illegal trial John MacArthur examines on today’s GRACE TO YOU as he continues his study titled, Jesus on Trial.
Does the fear of man tempt you to please others instead of the Lord? How can one overcome it? For that matter, how did Jesus overcome this temptation? Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur explains how Jesus responded to His worst enemies and how you can follow His example when you’re tempted.
You know about Christ’s betrayal, scourging, beating and His gruesome death and miraculous resurrection. But, do you know the whole story? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at one of those lesser-known events that highlights Jesus’ unwavering resolve to pay sin’s price. This series can help you prepare for a worshipful Easter so listen to GRACE TO YOU.
Judas. . . a name so despised no sensible parent would ever give it to their child. On today’s edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to look at the events that forever branded this man and, more importantly, how much you can learn from the life of Judas.
"When Jesus was tempted, how did He make sure He didn't give in?" Ever wonder that? Today in Grace to You with John MacArthur, John looks at how Jesus overcame the greatest temptation Satan could throw at Him, and how you can follow Jesus' example when you're tempted.
The Bible clearly says what is — and isn’t — sin. That helps make God’s will clear. Still, so many decisions confront you daily . . . and they don’t seem to be covered specifically in Scripture. How do you navigate those circumstances? Find out, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
A title deed proves you own a valuable piece of property. But when it comes to the most valuable possession of all — your salvation — what proof do you have that it’s yours for keeps? Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It is universally true that people like to think of themselves as basically good. That is not the testimony of Scripture. The bottom - line truth in the Christian Gospel is: “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
How can you know the will of God . . . especially when Scripture doesn’t provide precise guidelines for your circumstances? Find out, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
There is an exchange in salvation... of all that I am for all that Christ is. Whatever it is that I have spent my life accumulating — even if I gained the world — it would mean nothing if I lost Christ. Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.