On GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,John profiles the twelve people Jesus chose, despite their flaws, for the greatest task ever—building His church.You might think that Christ would have chosen skilled leaders to accomplish that feat . . . but in the end he used a few, common,everyday men . . . people like you and me.
Proud,faithless,divisive. Those probably aren’t the words that pop into your head when you think of the 12 disciples.Christ took 12 extremely flawed, weak men and changed them into followers willing to die for Him. How did Jesus transform them? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You know the type. . . people who tend to say“Impossible . . . it can’t be done.” “Costs too much.” “Too many risks.” Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,John profiles just such a man . . . a man whose story reveals how the Lord can do great things with His followers despite their flaws and weaknesses.
On GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,John MacArthur’s going to take an in-depth look at the lives of James and John—the sons of thunder, as Jesus called them. And as John examines these two pillars of the church, you’ll discover that God uses people with all sorts of personalities to do great things for his kingdom.
If you’re shy . . . if you lack faith . . . if you think the Lord can’t use you take heart—God’s already transformed one group of ordinary men, and He can do the same with you. Find out just how useful a servant you can be on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When sin defeats you . . . when trials discourage you . . . when you look around at other Christians who seem to have it all figured out . . . do you wonder how God can use you? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
No true follower of Jesus denied Him more blatantly, or received harsher rebuke from the Lord, than Peter. By studying Peter, you see how the Lord turns handicaps into strengths and transforms spiritual children into focused Christians who make an impact on the world. Hear more on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Lost . . . battered . . . shepherdless. Jesus came to save people like that . . . and He handpicked the first people to lead them. But why did He choose the ones He did . . . and what can you learn from their examples? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur
Out of the masses who followed Him, Jesus selected twelve men forHis intimate circle of disciples. Why were they chosen—what made them stand out as potential servants of the Lord? Find out,Monday/today/tomorrow on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If God makes the complete, sovereign decision on who is saved does He save you by sheer force? Does he trample on your free will and compel you to come into His kingdom? Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John answers that question in a way that gives God all the glory.
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 with John MacArthur, trials can actually be good for you!
The great preacher Charles Spurgeon once asked his congregation, “Are you satisfied with Christ?” Then he said, “If you are not you have not really got Him. If you have got Him, He is everything to you.” Now is that something you can wholeheartedly agree with? That Christ is life . . . that you need nothing else in this world to be happy and content? Find out today on Grace to You with John MacArthur.
King Solomon said that God ordains a time for everything . . . including heartache. In other words, trialsdon’t just happen. God sends them your way. But why would a loving God want you to go through trouble . . . how could it possibly help you? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Many people think they could never be a fighter. But man or woman . . . young or old . . . if you’re a Christian, you’re in a continuous battle with an unseen foe. That foe—that enemy—is temptation.Question is, whose fault is temptation? How do you defend against it? Find out on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The wickedness of man . . . the eternal penalty for sin . . . and salvation in Christ. No doubt you’re familiar with those elements of the gospel message. But what about the issue of regeneration? What exactly does it mean to be regenerated? How does it happen? Why is it necessary? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.