You’ve probably known the main details of the Christmas story since you were little. Yet, there’s always something new and wonderful to learn when you explore the wonders of Jesus’ birth. On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur is going to help you do just that—take a fresh look at the Christmas story.
In the midst of all the holiday shopping, the get-togethers with family, the travel plans, and the pandemic-related hassles this year . . . perhaps you’re a bit discouraged by all the chaos. So the goal for GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur is to help cut through some of the holiday clutter . . . and focus your thoughts on the profound and joyful truths of the Christmas story.
The effects of the United States census this year probably won’t be noticed by most people.But, the effects of one particular census, taken 2000 years ago in Israel, have reverberated through the centuries. . . and around the world.You’ll relive that noteworthy census, and the political world that surrounded the first Christmas,on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
With the holiday haze that seems to form every December—and with the extra distractions that have not let up in 2020thismessageisespecially encouraging as John MacArthur cuts through the clutter and draws you into the profound significance of Christmas. Hear more,on GRACE TO YOU.
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.
When you think of the basics of the Christian life, some actions might seem obvious—like studying Scripture, prayer, or giving people the gospel. On GRACE TO YOU , John’s going to address an issue you might have overlooked . . . purity. He’ll show you the importance of honoring God by remaining pure . . . and the devastating dangers of neglecting this vital discipline.
The name of the Lord has far greater implications than you might suspect, especially for your prayers. On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur helps you understand the fundamentals of prayer, as well as how to lead others to Christ. It’s part his study called . . . Back to Basics.
In the Bible, when God asks His servants to do something, the “methods, means, materials, and specific directions were always provided. The man had one thing to do: obey.”Yet keeping up your end of the deal—obeying God in every situation—is not easy, is it? How do you become more obedient . . . and how do you avoid the same recurring sins? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU.
Can you become so in tune with God it becomes second nature to obey Him? Well, if you focus on the fundamentals of the Christian faith—if you work at the basics—you will definitely experience growth and you’ll notice your life becoming more in step with the Lord. John MacArthur helps drive those fundamentals home on GRACE TO YOU.
On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will show you why it’s crucial to understand just how horrible sin is . . . and the proper way to deal with it. His current series on the fundamentals of Christian living is called . . . Back to Basics.
China, the United States, Russia—three of the most powerful nations on earth. But despite their strength. . . is it possible that those world powers could crumble and fall like ancient Rome or Babylon? And why should the way God dealt with mighty nations in the past encourage Christians today? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You’d probably never steal a car . . . falsify an insurance claim . . . cheat on your taxes —or your spouse. You might never let a day go by without studying God’s Word. There may be a long—and commendable—list of things you’d never actually do. But what about the things you think about doing? How are you at controlling your thoughts? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Martin Luther said, “Just as it’s the business of tailors to make clothes and cobblers to make shoes, so it’s the business of Christians to pray.” Certainly, there’s no more natural response for the believer saved by grace than to praise and worship God in prayer. John MacArthur explains on GRACE TO YOU.
As we look at what the Bible says about the future it not only reminds us of the all-powerful God we serve—it also motivates us to proclaim the gospel while there’s still time. We trust John MacArthur’s message today on GRACE TO YOU will do just that as he continues a compelling look at the end times and God’s control over the nations. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You know that Jesus is building His church with a variety of people . . . from different backgrounds . . . with all sorts of personalities and gifts. But is that simply for diversity sake? Or is there more to it—a more profound reason? John MacArthur works through those questions on GRACE TO YOU.