You may believe everything Scripture says about God’s goodness . . . mercy . . . and protective power. But how can the Bible possibly claim that hard trials are actually good for you? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Perhaps it’s a question you’ve wrestled with. Is your salvation secure? How can you be certain you’re truly—and permanently—saved? On the next GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur answers those crucial questions in the study he starts today. It’s titled . . . The Grip of God.
Despite the attacks that threaten to destroy it, the family still remains a cultural adhesive . . . it stirs feelings of loyalty, and ties people together. But that doesn’t mean all families today are truly close . . .all that they should be. That may even be true in your home . . . your Christian home. So how do you knit your family together and know true unity? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What are your hopes for your son or daughter? How do you assist them in achieving those goals? Similarly, how do you keep your child from rebelling against your authority, and ignoring the help you’re trying to give them? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What does it take to protect your children from ungodly influences? As you think about protecting your kids, consider this: Is it possible to create other problems—even bigger problems—as you shelter them? Bottom line, how can you teach your children to reject the world’s value system . . . but stay involved in the world as Scripture teaches? John MacArthur considers those questions on GRACE TO YOU.
No parent can force his or her child to follow Jesus Christ. But every Christian parent wants an answer to the question . . . What can I do—can I do anything at all—to help my child want to embrace Christ? John MacArthur answers this important question on GRACE TO YOU.
Providing a safe home where they can grow and learn . . . giving them a quality education . . . being a voice of encouragement. Those are a few ways you can show your children that you love them. But what’s the most important way to express love for your kids? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What do children need most? If you asked that question in a survey, you’d get answers such as . . . a good education . . . positive encouragement . . . unconditional love. Now, those are all good things, even necessary things. But none of them address the most important issue for children . . . namely . . .their need for salvation. So, how can you raise your kids so that—as much as it can depend on you—they’ll commit their lives to Christ?Find out on GRACE TO YOU.
What does the Bible say about our moral condition—even before we’re born? It would be hard to overstate just how important that question is. The answer’s going to affect every aspect of your parenting. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When influential voices try to make it illegal for parents to spank their own children . . . any wonder that Christian parents think twice about how they correct their kids? But instead of looking to government for parenting techniques, I urge you to look to the One who created families—God, and His Word—for counsel on how to discipline the right way. John MacArthur does that today on GRACE TO YOU.
Today—Good Friday—is a day of sorrow for many people . . . as they mourn the shame and unspeakable suffering Jesus endured at the cross. Yet what followed His enormous sacrifice is so remarkable—so monumental—only the sinless Son of God could accomplish it. And it’s the reason that sorrow and mourning give way to joy. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What do healthy marriages have in common?Communication. You’ve got to know how to talk to those you love.It’s no different in your relationship with God. To draw closer to Him, you need to know howto talk to Him.On GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,John’s going to look at the life of Daniel and show you how to pray more fervently and effectively.
Outside of the cross, Christ’s greatest trial happened in the Garden of Gethsemane. There He prepared for His crucifixion alone. His closest friends slept while He prayed in agony. Yet, despite the isolation,the intense pressure,and overwhelming anguish, Christ still trusted in the Lord. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
They were the worst members of society . . . murderers, thieves . . . traitors to their country. Yet one of these two criminals crucified next to Jesus received God’s pardon while hanging on his own cross . . .and the other didn’t. What made the difference? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s one of the saddest episodes in Scripture—one you have probably heard many times—Peter’s denial of Christ. But even in this heartbreaking story there is actually a lot of encouragement and grace—practical lessons you can learn that will help you stay faithful and avoids Peter’s sin,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.