Responding to God’s Word, Part 2

On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will focus on the importance of responding properly to the teaching of God’s Word. Of course, teaching the Word is the core commitment of GRACE TO YOU. Why? Well, we believe what Scripture says about itself—it’s living, active, sharper than any two-edged sword.It revolutionizes you individually . . . it changes your…read more

Responding to God’s Word, Part 1

For a long time, we’ve heard about churches that want to be relevant to the culture . . . But what does that really mean? Raising up a generation of people responsive to God’s Word should be the goal of every church.On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to explore this notion of being responsive to God’s Word and look at what a Christ-honoring and truly relevant ministry looks like.

Not Quenching the Holy Spirit, Part 2

The great British preacher Charles Spurgeon said this:“I dread beyond all things the [Holy] Spirit’s withdrawal. Death hasnot half the terror of that thought. I would sooner die a thousand times thanlose the helpful presence of the Holy Ghost. ”Do you dread doing anything that could keep you from receiving the helpof the Holy Spirit? Hear more from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.

Not Quenching the Holy Spirit, Part 1

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.

Giving Thanks in Everything

How should you respond when something good happens . . . you get a promotion at work, you get engaged, your first child is born? What about when bad things happen . . . you lose your job, face family crisis, or the doctor says you have cancer? Here’s a hint . . . God wants the same response. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Praying Unceasingly, Part 2

We’ve all had those moments where we close our eyes and start to pray. But then we get distracted by the day’s schedule . . . tomorrow’s meeting . . . next week’s vacation. It can sometimes be a battle to pray for more than just a few minutes. So how do you build a consistent habit of prayer—a life of prayer that will strengthen your church? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Praying Unceasingly, Part 1

It’s said that nothing is discussed more, and practiced less, than prayer. Of course, that’s not to say Christians aren’t committed to prayer. But we’d all have to admit to failures in meeting the biblical standard for prayer. And what is that standard? Well, as the apostle Paul put it, you’re to . . .pray without ceasing.Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Rejoicing Always, Part 2

The world is currently unsettled in many ways. People find themselves not only disappointed in the direction of politics but in the state of culture as a whole. But—if you’re a Christian—you’re commanded to rejoice always—even when your circumstances—political, cultural, or otherwise—are bleak. How does this “rejoice always” thing work? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Rejoicing Always, Part 1

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.

Dealing with Problem People, Part 2

They constantly criticize the preaching. They’re never satisfied with the music or, really, with any part of the worship service. Every church has one or two—maybe more—people like that. Those who make life difficult for everyone else in the congregation. What does the Bible say about those folks? How should you respond to them? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Dealing with Problem People, Part 1

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.”

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