One influential feminist author said . . . “Being a housewife is an illegitimate profession. The choice ... to be a family maker is a choice that shouldn’t exist.” Well, you’ll find today’s message offers a slightly different perspective . . . stay here as John continues his most popular series . . .The Fulfilled Family,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s no secret that good marriages and families don’t “just happen.” But many of the attitudes that God calls Christian husbands and wives to adopt—for a healthy family—the world calls old fashioned,inappropriate—even insulting.On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will help you separate truth from falsehood on these issues.
One Christian man described his marriage as harsh, cold, and loveless. Every day, he lingered at work rather than go home to his wife. Both wanted a divorce but they remained married . . . though only to keep the vow . . . “Till death do us part.” Well, sadly, someone you know could be facing that situation right now. What can you do to repair a marriage that’s starting to crumble . . . or seems beyond repair? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU withJohn MacArthur.
Whether it’s news reports about overwhelming support for gay marriage . . . television shows with adulterous story lines . . . or books that celebrate sexual sin . . . it’s clear that society doesn’t have a biblical view of sexuality, marriage, and family . . . not even close. Question is, when it comes to your marriage and family . . . are you following the world’s plan or God’s? Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The family is the fundamental unit in society . . . and God is the designer of the family. He knows how families work best. So, how can you make sure your family is working the way God designed it? Find out on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur launches his study . . .The Fulfilled Family.
Mitsuo Fuchida (meet-SOO-oh Foo-SHEE-duh)led Japan’s aerial assault on Pearl Harbor on December7, 1941. After the war he heard about a woman who treated Japanese prisoners with kindness and love—even though the Japanese had killed her parents. This sparked Fuchida’s interest in the gospel,and eventually led to his salvation. A key factor in his conversion, was the complete forgiveness he saw demonstrated by Christians. Hear more from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.
What if a person needs your forgiveness again and again . . . commits the same offense—over and over?Is there a limit on how forgiving you can be—and should be? On GRACE TO YOU John MacArthur shows you what the Bible says about mending broken relationships . . . and what your view of forgiveness says about your relationship with God.
If someone were attacking you and a policeman arrived on the scene . . . you’d expect the officer to protect you . . . stop the attack . . . and arrest your assailant. Similarly, there’s a certain reaction that’s expected,even demanded, of you—not just when you’re wronged—but also when you wrong someone else. What is it?John MacArthur answers that on GRACE TO YOU.
There will probably be many times in your life when a friend or family member—someone you trust—does something that costs you money, embarrassment . . . even real pain. How should you respond when that happens? Are there some sins you just shouldn’t—or can’t—forgive?Find out,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
On the next GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur examines the issue of forgiveness-the title of his new study. It will help you see what a forgiving person looks like, and also lays out the expectations God puts on you to restore relationships that have broken down . . . and walks you through the actual process of restoration.Hear more from John MacArthur 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.
Can you ever pray for an unsaved friend, a job opportunity, a health problem so many times that God gets tired of hearing from you? Bottom line, is it possible to overwhelm God with your prayers? Consider that as John MacArthur begins a study on prayer from Luke 11 on GRACE TO YOU.
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.
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.
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.