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.
Hannah was barren, but faithful to God . . . and ultimately, God blessed her faith with a son. Remember his name? It was Samuel, one of the great heroes of the faith. Yet even more amazing is the fact that Hannah gave up the day-to-day responsibilities of raising Samuel. How then is she considered one of the great biblical examples of motherhood?Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s been said that “godly mothers write on the hearts of their children what the world’s rough hand cannot erase.” That’s certainly true of a particular mother in the Bible . . . that woman is Hannah. John MacArthur takes you to her life story today on GRACE TO YOU. His timely message will show you how the Bible honors moms and motherhood.
In a day when women are told to speak their minds and fight for their rights, it’s no surprise that women would take on the traditionally male role of church pastor. Why, they might argue, should an intelligent,articulate woman be kept out of the pulpit? Shouldn’t knowledge of the Bible and the ability to communicate biblical truth be the only qualification for someone to lead a congregation?Learn more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Have you ever been to a church pastored by a woman? That used to be quite rare, but now around 20 percent of pastors are women, which many people applaud—they see it as an example of progress . . .equality in the church. But should Christians be so eager to embrace this trend? What does the Bible say about churches led by women? Find out,on 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.
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.
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
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.
While people can often predict dangerous weather . . . no one can predict the hour of the Lord’s return to earth—and for many, that will be the ultimate disaster. What should that mean for you in practical terms? How do you prepare for the Lord’s return?Find out,on the next edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.