Salvation Survey, Part 2

In baseball, even the best hitters can be tricked by a good pitcher. And you know, even a sharp person can be fooled about salvation—convinced he’s a Christian when, really, he’s not. So how can you make sure that’s not you—how can you be certain you’re going to heaven? What are the marks of a true Christian? John MacArthur is looking at all those crucial issues on this edition of GRACE TO YOU.

Salvation Survey, Part 1

There are many today who are absolutely certain they have received salvation when, the fact is, they’re deceived . . . they’re going through the motions, and fooling everyone—including themselves. Might that describe you? What does the Bible say is the main difference between true and false Christians? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Four Ways to Miss Heaven

On this edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur discusses “Four Ways to Miss Heaven.” He is going to show you the horrible consequences of sin . . . consequences you’ll face if you miss out on heaven. It’s a critical conclusion to his series called . . .The Sinfulness of Sin.

Man’s Biggest Problem

What is it that God hates more than anything? The answer, simply, is . . .sin. Any sin large or small, is rebellion against God.If you fail to forgive someone or if you have a bad attitude, is that just as serious—is it the same kind of rebellion against God—as stealing or murder is? How concerned is God about your sinful thoughts compared with your sinful actions? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Who Is an Adulterer? Part 2b

While Satan is a tempter—he wants people to do wrong—can we really blame him for our evil deeds? Consider that today on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur looks at who is ultimately responsible for our sin, and how we can be delivered from a depraved heart,on GRACE TO YOU,with John MacArthur.

Who Is an Adulterer? Part 2a

When the subjects of morality and sin come up, how often have you heard people say things like,“We’re not going to judge a person for what he does in his private life?” Generally these days, it’s only some outward behavior that could ever be considered wrong. Well, the Bible’s definition of sin is radically different. Hear more on this topic from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.

Who Is an Adulterer? Part 1b

Has the world’s cavalier attitude about moral purity affected the way the church views it? What does God say not only about committing a sinful act like adultery, but even the very idea of it? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at what Christ Himself said about trivializing sinful thoughts and attitudes, as John continues his series called The Sinfulness of Sin.

Who is An Adulterer? - Part 1

On today's edition of GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur is helping you take a penetrating look at your spiritual condition—down to the heart attitudes no one can see . . . the place where sin can take root. Every Christian needs to regularly inspect those attitudes, and John’s study will help you do that.

Who is A Murderer? - Part 2

When you hear about a murderer, or a terrorist, or some other horrible criminal . . . it’s easy to say, “I’mnot as evil as that person.” But what does Scripture say about comparing yourself with other people—comparing your sinfulness, or for that matter,comparing yourrighteousness,with that of others? Find out,on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Who is A Murderer?

If someone accused you of ever telling a lie or hurting someone with an unkind word, you’d have to say, “Yes, guilty as charged.” But something as serious as murder . . . that’s way beyond anything you’ve ever done, right? Answering that question starts by understanding what Jesus Himself said about sin . . . not just sinful behavior, but the sinful attitudes that no one can see. John MacArthur explains on GRACE TO YOU.

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