Spend even a half hour watching a cooking show, and I don’t think there’s any doubt . . . your mouth’s going to water, at least a little. We all know what it feels like to want food. But how’s your appetite for. . . holiness? Tough question, but you need to ask yourself . . . how long since you had hunger pangs that only Jesus Christ could satisfy? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU.
Your body automatically tells you when you need food—we all know what hunger for food feels like.But do you know what it feels like to be hungry for happiness. . . to want that deep down joy that difficult circumstances—even tragedies—can’t shake? Oddly enough, before you can satisfy your hunger for happiness . . . you first have to hunger for something else. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The Bible says, “Blessed are the meek” . . . but is that really such a Christian thing to be? Didn’t Jesus Himself drive out the money changers from the temple . . . not with a suggestion . . . but with a whip? Not exactly what you’d call meekness. Why then would the Bible say it’s a good thing—a blessed thing—to be meek? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Now, nobody respects a coward, right? The world doesn’t . . . and frankly, neither does the church.Christians are supposed to be bold. So why would God’s Word plainly say . . . “Blessed are the meek”? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur examines what meekness is . . . and what it isn’t. Along the way, you’re going to see why the spiritually meek know genuine, unshakable happiness.
Mourning is a predictable, normal part of life. Thankfully, God’s Word seems to speak even more powerfully in times of loss.When the Bible says, “Blessed are those who mourn,” is that an affirmation that God’s going to comfort you . . . bless you . . . when something really bad happens? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When Jesus said“Blessed are those who mourn”in the Sermon on the Mount, what was He talking about? Is it a promise that God’s going to be with you when you’re dealing with tragedy . . . that He’ll bless you when you weep with those who are suffering . . . that He’ll give you the strength you need when circumstances turn out far worse than you expected? Find out on edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When Jesus began His Sermon on the Mount by blessing the poor, the sick, and the needy, was He outlining a radical agenda for social change? Was He calling His followers to a life of social activism . . .to helping the homeless and starving? Or was he addressing something entirely different from physical needs? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Maybe as you’ve studied the Beatitudes you’ve wondered, ‘what did Jesus mean when he said . . .“Blessed are the poor in spirit” and “Blessed are those who mourn?’ How could such negative-sounding conditions be good . . . evenhappy?” Find out,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You don’t need a group of psychologists—or any behavior experts—to know what it takes to be happy.You simply have to understand what Jesus meant when he said things like . . . “blessed are the poor inspirit . . . blessed are the meek . . . blessed are the gentle . . . and blessed are those who hunger and thirstfor righteousness.” See what those simple, yet life-changing statements mean on GRACE TOYOU with John MacArthur.
Life is filled with many wonderful moments. That’s all they are though . . .moments. . . fleeting . . . not permanent. But . . . there is a permanent joy that can be yours. John MacArthur looks at that happiness today on GRACE TO YOU as he begins a series titled . . . The Beatitudes.
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed the world we live in. And every day it seems that like new problems, challenges, and questions arise. With that in mind, I recently sat down with John MacArthur to ask him questions that believers around the world are asking. We’re preempting our regular schedule to bring you that interview on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If God is good and all-powerful—and He is—why do we suffer? Bottom line, if God really loves you, why does He allow you to go through trials? Well, as John MacArthur will show you on GRACE TO YOU, trials can actually be good for you! Listen for John’s series on Benefiting from Life’s Trials, on the next edition of GRACE TO YOU.
How can you conquer a nation? Dr John MacArthur is interviewed about his thoughts on the Coronavirus, COVID-19, and the Bible. Listen in to this episode of "Grace To You".
On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to start a study on The Resurrection of Jesus Christ.It’s a look at how that doctrine can transform your worship and day-to-day walk with Christ. It’s a perfect study that will help you prepare for a profound Easter celebration. Tune in for The Resurrection of Jesus Christ on GRACE TO YOU.
The cross is foolishness to those who don’t believe in Christ. But have you ever considered how far the scoffers have gone—and will go—in their attempt to disprove Jesus’ death and resurrection? The misinformation began to circulate the very day Christ rose from the dead. John MacArthur shows you what Scripture says about “The Lie That Proves the Resurrection”—be here for that on the next GRACE TO YOU.