Certainly, life can be difficult, even tragic. Perhaps you’re in a situation right now that makes you wonder . . . What good could ever come of this? Yet even in the hardest circumstances, it is possible to be content . . . even joyful. How is that possible? Find out on GRACE TO YOU .
The Bible says “Rejoice always” . . . but how do you pull that off? How can you be content, thankful—and yes, joyful—in the less-than-joyful situations you’re facing? Is this joy something that God seals up inside of you, and once you break it open, does it keep flowing and flowing? Or do you have to dip into it again and again? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If you’re a Christian, there’s a supernatural joy that’s ready to go to work in your life. But it’s not automatic . . . there are steps of obedience you need to take to tap into that joy. John MacArthur’s looking at those steps in his current study . . . he calls it . . . Joy Rules, on the next GRACE TO YOU.
What do people think of you . . . not the ones who know you really well, but people like . . . the woman who says “hi” when she walks her dog in your neighborhood? Or the guy you see at your favorite coffee spot? What impression do you give? More to the point . . . do people think of you as joyful? Hear more the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When you became a Christian, did your money troubles go away . . . did your family conflicts immediately resolve . . . did life just get easy? Probably not. Difficulty doesn’t go away because you’re a Christian . . . in fact, it may grow even more intense. So how do you face hardship—even the gravest trouble, the deepest sorrows—and keep your joy? Find out, on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s one thing to anticipate the joy of being with Christ in heaven. But this side of heaven, where life often is difficult—filled with uncertainty . . . danger . . . sadness—how can you maintain a joyful outlook at all times? Is that even possible? Find out, on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The gospel doesn’t begin with men and women, it begins with God. It’s not about me. It’s not about you. It’s about God and His glory and that’s not a perspective we hear very often today.Hear more on the next edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
We live in a culture that’s in desperate need of some good news. Well, the good news is, there is good news . . . profoundly good news that revolves around Jesus Christ and what He’s done for you.Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur continues his look at the gospel—what it is, what it’s not . . . how it can transform your life . . . and how you can effectively share it with others.
If I asked you to name something you reviewed lately, what would you say? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur encourages you to review something far more important than personal finances and recipes. He’ll help you review what you do—and don’t—understand about the gospel of Jesus Christ.
How often do you think about bringing the good news of Jesus Christ to others? Perhaps you’re involved in teaching Sunday school, leading a Bible study group, Or maybe you’d like to start sharing the gospel .. . but you’re not sure who to share it with,or what to say. John MacArthur will help you think biblically about all of this today on GRACE TO YOU.
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.”
When things in your church aren’t what you’d want them to be, what do you do? Should you stay put or find a different fellowship? John MacArthur shows you how important the local church should be in your life and what it really means to be committed to the body of Christ, on GRACE TO YOU.
There are many miracles that get our attention at Christmas . . . the virgin birth . . . the star of Bethlehem. . . the angels singing . . . and more. Yet, even more important than the miraculous circumstances of Christ’s birth is the reason that He came.Hear more,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
In times of trouble, when trials are all around, what kind of person should you lean on for strength,courage, and spiritual help? And how can you make sure you’re someone others would run toward in their dark days? Get answers on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.