Can a believer ever forfeit his salvation, say, by denying Jesus? What about the unpardonable sin Jesus talks about in Matthew 12? Can a believer commit that sin? Bottom line,is there any way you can lose your salvation? John MacArthur’s tackling that question head on GRACE TO YOU.
Shortly after the Reformation, one leading Cardinal in the Catholic Church wrote, “The greatest of all protestant heresies is . . . assurance.” But if you’re a Christian, if you have believed the gospel, you can have unshakeable confidence you’ll spend eternity with God.John MacArthur explains why on GRACE TO YOU.
The great preacher Charles Spurgeon once said . . . “It seems as if doubt were doomed to be the companion of faith.”Can you relate to those words . . . even if you repented of your sin, confessed Christ as Lord, and have grown in God’s truth ever since? Have you wondered if it’s possible to sin so grievously that you actually lose your salvation? Hear more on this edition of GRACE TO YOU.
When it comes to your salvation . . . there’s nothing you contribute . . . nothing you can do to earn salvation.Now, you might already know that . . . but a natural follow-up question is . . . can you do anything to lose your salvation? John MacArthur answers that question on this edition of GRACE TO YOU.
A title deed proves you own a valuable piece of property. But when it comes to the most valuable possession of all—your salvation—what proof do you have that it’s yours for keeps? Join John MacArthur as he looks at one of the Bible’s most encouraging doctrines . . .Eternal Security. That’s the title of his study on GRACE TO YOU.
Human love can be fickle and imperfect. Thankfully, the same can’t be said of God’s love for you. If you’re God’s child, you’re in His family forever. He will never leave you or forsake you. John MacArthur shows you the compelling reason why on GRACE TO YOU
“Once saved, always saved” . . . what do you think . . . true statement? Or could you do something—commit some horrible sin—that would cause you to forfeit your salvation? Well, starting today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to help you see what Scripture has to say about the permanence of your salvation..
So when does the temptation to compromise, sneak up on you? When you . . . file your tax return . . .submit an insurance claim? Maybe it’s when you’re looking for an excuse—any 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? Find out by listening to this edition of GRACE T.O YOU.
Maybe you’ve found yourself tempted to compromise your Christian convictions in the things you say, the decisions you make,the relationships you keep,what you read, watch, and listen to. So how do you stand on convictions, under light pressure . . . and heavy pressure? When consequences are minor . . .or serious? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Standing before the Holy Roman Emperor,facing the threat of death,Martin Luther boldly proclaimed,“My conscience is captive to the Word of God.”His courageous stand for the truth was the spark that lit the fires of the Reformation.The question is, how can you face trials and persecution with unflinching faithfulness to the Lord? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Scripture says that only God knows the hour of Christ’s return. But you can know how to prepare for His return . . . as well as know what exactly will happen when He comes back. You’ll start digging into those details as John MacArthur begins a study today on GRACE TO YOU titled . . .Jesus is Coming!
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.
What’s it take to be the same person Monday through Saturday that you are at church on Sunday? The same person in public and private? How do you resist the temptation to compromise in unguarded moments? John MacArthur has answers,on GRACE TO YOU.
What makes the biblical concept of happiness different than any other? What does "Pure of Heart" mean? Listen to Dr. John MacArthur share the answers in this edition of "Grace to Your".
Your body automatically tells you when you need food—we all know what hunger for food feels like.But do you know what it feels like to be hungry for happiness. . . to want that deep down joy that difficult circumstances—even tragedies—can’t shake? Oddly enough, before you can satisfy your hunger for happiness . . . you first have to hunger for something else. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.