To truly understand who Jesus is you have to turn to the pages of God’s unchanging Word. John MacArthur takes you there today on GRACE TO YOU . . . in a study that will strengthen your faith if you are a Christian . . . and challenge your beliefs—and give you hope—if you’re not. It’s all about . . .Rediscovering the Christ of Scripture.
Robert Louis Stevenson said, “[People have] a grand memory for forgetting.” Yes, it’s easy to forget.That’s why reminders are so important . . . especially when it comes to truths about the person of Christ.On GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John continues his series on the Bible’s main character—Jesus Christ.
There is a popular theory in academia—and now in many churches—that Jesus Himself never claimed to be God.That the deity of Christ was a doctrine invented by the church hundreds of years after His ministry. Does Jesus ever explicitly claim equality with the Father? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
So . . . Who is Jesus? That question will get many answers. Some would say Jesus is a religious leader,or the perfect example of love,or a person just like anyone else. But what does the Bible say about Him?And what do you need to know about Jesus if you want to truly honor, serve, and love Him? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s possible to be so close to something that you can’t see it clearly. That can certainly happen to Christians with the teachings of Christ. We can become so familiar with Christ’s Words and the great doctrines of our faith—they sort of lose their power. Hear more from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.
Jesus not only cares for His sheep—He owns them. To find out how His ownership deepens His love for you . . . and the implications for those who lead the church . . . listen to this edition of GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur looks at the person of Christ from a perspective you may have missed.
If you’ve ever forgotten your anniversary or a loved one’s birthday it’s regrettable to overlook significant details about those you love. That’s probably true even about the person Christians should love most,the Lord Jesus. Take a look at some details about Christ that perhaps you’ve forgotten, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Lord . . . Savior . . . King . . . Lamb of God—no one in Scripture has more names than Jesus Christ. For many of those titles, the meanings are clear . . . and easy to understand. But how about when Christ refers to Himself as . . .the Door? What life-changing truth does that metaphor convey? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
There is no shortage of opinions on Jesus Christ. Many people say he was simply an able leader, a wise teacher, or a social reformer. So what do you say? Most important, what does Jesus say about Himself? Find out,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When it comes to your salvation did you choose God or did God choose you? And how did you go from a blind sinner to someone who rejoices in the light of Christ? John MacArthur answers those questions as he looks at the source of spiritual sight. That’s on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
On the next GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur is continuing his look at . . .The Bible-Driven Church. He will be focusing on how to honor Christ in the way you minister to people in your church who might not be so easy to love. It’s a message titled . . . “Dealing with Problem People.”
It’s no secret that hard times aren’t always easy to get through. But thankfully this process is made easier if you at least understand why the Lord allows trials in the first place. On this edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will show you eight positive reasons God allows you to be tested by trials.
You’ve probably heard the verse that says, “Quench not the Spirit.” But what exactly does that mean?What could you possibly do to prevent The Holy Spirit work? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to explore the issue of quenching the Holy Spirit as he continues his study . . .The Bible-Driven Church.
If the Bible says, “Rejoice always”—and that’s exactly what it says—does it also explain how to pull that off? What does it take to be joyful, content—even thankful—in a less-than-joyful situation . . . maybe one you’re facing right now? Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
By any measure we are going through the fastest moral transformation in our nation’s history. Actions that were almost universally labeled sinful as little as 20 years ago are now celebrated. So in this world where biblical values are mocked and Christians face growing hostility, what does God expect from you? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.