We all do it . . . we put sins into categories . . . “This sinful thought or attitude isn’t as bad as that sinful action.” But is categorizing sins the right thing to do? Are your actions—the sins people can see—the main issue . . . or does the problem lie deeper? Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
There is no way to hide from the chaos that is the year 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdowns are obviously huge parts of that . . . but also, in the United States, we’ve had ongoing social disorder and attacks on police officers that magnify the turmoil. How did we get to this place—where unrest is rampant and where wicked and lawless behavior is tolerated across the social spectrum? Is there any hope for America? Are we really “one nation under God”? Consider those sobering thoughts as John MacArthur returns with part 2 of this special broadcast on “Grace to You.”
This year has been a year like no other in recent memory, marked by an unprecedented health crisis and societal lockdowns, punctuated by widespread, brazen, and often violent unrest. And when you factor into those troubling realities the response of some government leaders, the problems seem only worse. Recently, John MacArthur stepped into the pulpit to ask the question “A Nation Under God?” On this special broadcast of “Grace to You,” listen as John brings the stabilizing truth of God’s Word to bear on America’s unraveling social fabric.
On this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John will be looking to the Bible to help you understand how a God who allows tragedies and trials is, at the same time, a God of love. The Love of God—that’s the title of John’s current study.
If you’re a Christian . . . if you’ve repented of your sins and received the salvation God graciously, lovingly offers . . . how are you doing at demonstrating God’s love to the watching world? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur starts looking at specific reasons every follower of Christ needs to display God’s self-sacrificing love.
When you check the headlines and read about violence, disasters and disease . . . do you find yourself doubting God’s goodness . . . wondering if God is—in His most essential nature—loving? If so, you need a deeper understanding of the nature and extent of God’s Love. Hear more from John MacArthur, on GRACE TO YOU.
There are some things that common sense tells you should not go together . . . but with a closer look, you can understand and accept why they do go together. With that in mind, on today’s GRACE TO YOU John MacArthur will help you see how God can punish sinners for eternity and yet still be a God of love.
It’s hard to avoid being bombarded with reports about the coronavirus pandemic, riots, murders, natural disasters—the bad news is rampant. Many people wonder why God allows such calamities. After all, isn’t God a loving God? Why would He allow things to happen that could make Him look uncaring and cruel? Hear more from John MacArthur, on GRACE TO YOU.
The simple phrase “God is love” can be challenging when you consider that He also judges people—even sends them to hell. So how can God be loving and yet punish people for eternity? And how can He be a God of grace and still allow evil in the world? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The Bible also says a lot about love. In fact, it says the way you love shows the world you’re a Christian. But what is the difference—is there a difference—between biblical love and what the world calls love? John MacArthur answers that question on the next GRACE TO YOU.
If you’re going to be a holy person, if you’re going to be a righteous person, it’s going to have to take place in your own heart. That’s where the battle has to be fought. If you’re losing the battle on the inside where nobody knows where nobody sees, it will show up. Hear more,on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
With every decision you face, how can you be sure you’re doing what God wants you to? That’s an issue most Christians—even mature ones—can struggle with. Thankfully, you don’t have to guess what God’s will is, . . . as John MacArthur shows you today on GRACE TO YOU.
Without question it is God’s most celebrated attribute—His love. But if God is so loving, why is there suffering in the world? Does God love everyone the same? And what is it about God’s love exactly that will strengthen you—even in your darkest days? Find out on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
From the moment your alarm goes off each morning until your head hits the pillow at night, you face decisions. Some might be small and seemingly unimportant . . . others could be life changing. To make sure your decisions, whether minor or major, align with God’s will, listen to GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues his study titled . . .A Course for Life
Imagine you had the opportunity to speak to a thousand college students preparing to be employees and employers, husbands and wives, dads and moms. Most important, they want to honor Christ with their lives. What do they need to learn most? What advice should you give them? Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.