We usually hear the term “Flip-flopper” around election season. It’s meant to disparage politicians willing to change their position on issues—in other words, to flip-flop—if it helped them politically. Of course, you don’t have to be in politics to flip-flop on your beliefs. So how do you stand on convictions, under light pressure and heavy pressure? When consequences are minor or serious? Find out the answers on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s not happening—at least, not yet—here in the United States: people being killed for their faith in Christ. But it is happening around the globe and none of us can say that we won’t face that situation someday. What does it take to stand strong when you have to decide between your faith or your life? Find out on GRACE TO YOU when John MacArthur continues his compelling look at the book of Daniel in his study titled, An Uncompromising Life.
When does the temptation to compromise sneak up on you? Maybe it’s when you’re looking for an excuse to get out of a commitment you made? Fact is, temptation to compromise could hit before this day’s over. How can you maintain integrity in every circumstance and where can you turn for practical strategy and encouragement? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur offers help by showing you what a life without compromise looks like.
It’s said that man is incurably religious, always worshipping something. If that’s true, here’s a question you need to consider. How do you know if you’re worshipping the wrong god? On the next GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at the lives of Shadrach, Meshach,and Abednego and how they faced pressure to cave to society and worship a false god and how you can learn from their example
Standing before the holy Roman emperor, facing the threat of death for refusing to compromise biblical truth, Martin Luther boldly proclaimed, “My conscience is captive to the Word of God.” And his powerful example—his courageous stand for the truth—was the spark that lit the fires of the Reformation. If you’re a Christian, what you believe will be put to the test. Question is, how can you face trials and persecution with unflinching integrity? Tune in when John MacArthur provides you with help from his current study on GRACE TO YOU.
Have you seen the movie Chariots of Fire? It tells the story of Eric Liddell, a world-class sprinter—and devout Christian—who, in the 1924 Olympics, dropped out of his best event when he realized the race was scheduled for a Sunday. While some certainly criticized him, Liddell decided his convictions were more important than Olympic glory. On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur helps you cultivate that sort of conviction as he continues his study titled, An Uncompromising Life.
During the American Civil War one soldier wanted to improve his odds of survival, so he dressed in a blue coat, like the Northern army and gray pants,like the Southern troops. What happened? He got shot from both directions. Compromise can be deadly. Are you wearing a patchwork spiritual uniform—a blend of God’s standards and your standards—and think that’s a safe way to live? How committed are you to honoring God? Listen to GRACE TO YOU, when John MacArthur helps you see what it means to live An Uncompromising Life.
A. W. Tozer once said, “We are not diplomats but prophets, and our message is not a compromise but an ultimatum.” So, who are the prophets —who’s Tozer talking about? He’s talking about you if you’re a Christian. And what is it you can’t compromise? God’s Truth. So, what tempts you to compromise on truth? And when you are tempted, how do you respond? John MacArthur answers those questions when he shows you the amazing blessing that comes from An Uncompromising Life—the title of his current study, here on GRACE TO YOU.
Have you ever been tempted to fudge some numbers on your tax return, or embellish the truth on a job application? No big deal ... everyone cuts corner now and then and it’s pretty much standard practice, right? But the question is still ... what does God say about compromise? John MacArthur’s going to help you answer that question on GRACE TO YOU as he kicks off a series titled, An Uncompromising Life. It’s a compelling look at the life of Daniel.
Good Friday is a day of sorrow for many people as they mourn the shame and unspeakable suffering Jesus endured at the cross. Yet what followed His enormous sacrifice is so remarkable—so monumental—only the sinless Son of God could do it. And it’s the reason that sorrow and mourning give way to joy. On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur takes a close look at some amazing details from the Easter story. You won’t want to miss hearing the perspective of the witnesses who saw the events unfold that day.
When you have questions about how to handle finances, or stop worrying, or resolve a conflict, where can you look for answers? When you need direction in your life, where can you go for clarity? On every GRACE TO YOU broadcast, you’ll see that the Bible gives reliable answers for your life. So join John MacArthur as he shows you how to get the most from God’s Word.
If you have workout equipment in your garage that only collects dust ... what good is it? Well, that same principle applies to your Bible—if you don’t use it, you won’t benefit from it. It’s vitally important that you spend time in God’s Word ... so grab your Bible as John MacArthur shows you how to get the most from it on GRACE TO YOU.
Here’s an important question . . . What is the real meaning behind the Christmas holiday? The Bible has answers . . . and even if you know the story, there is more to it than you may think. GRACE TO YOU exists to help connect people like you with biblical truth—including Christmas truth. So join John MacArthur as he unpacks what Scripture says about . . . The Real Meaning of Christmas . . . on GRACE TO YOU.
As you look at the world around you—with your head spinning at all the chaos, all the problems, all the wrong thinking … in a world that seems upside-down—can you still know joy? John MacArthur is going to show you that if you’re a Christian, you can find joy—joy in your salvation here on GRACE TO YOU.
In court, when several witness give corroborating testimonies, that makes a strong case. And you know, that’s the situation with the many human authors of the Bible—their writings support each other. And that’s just one reason that you can trust the Bible. So join John MacArthur for a half hour of studying God’s trustworthy Word ... on GRACE TO YOU.