When life turns upside-down in an instant . . . and you’re tempted to doubt God’s goodness and His care for you . . . how should you respond? How can you be sure God is good, that He cares for you, and has a good plan for you? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
You may know the hymn “It is Well with My Soul” . . . but not the writer, Horatio Spafford. He wrote the lyrics at a terribly difficult time: his four daughters had just drowned at sea. What was it that gave Spafford the strength to say, “It was well with his soul,” despite heartbreaking loss? And how do you take hold of that sort of strength when facing your own, personal tragedy? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Is God in complete control of everything? If so — and if He’s good — why is there so much heartache in the world? How could He allow tragedies in your community . . . as well as the world? And why wouldn’t God take special care to keep His people from ever suffering? John MacArthur helps pinpoint biblical answers to those kinds of questions, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John MacArthur looks at the high price Christ paid for His crown jewel — the church — and how His death should increase your love for His bride. It’s part of a message titled . . . “Why I Love the Church.”
If you ask a church board why people love being in their congregation, they might say we have . . . great music, friendly people, and an enjoyable atmosphere. These may be the main selling points for many churches, but are those the main reasons to love a local church? The Bible gives other reasons — better reasons — to love being part of a local church.
Whats the most important thing about your church? Worship style? Music? Preaching on current social issues? While many elements make for a healthy church, what you should be most concerned about is . . . the pulpit. John MacArthur examines that notion, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur,
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John offers insight into a pastor’s heart. He considers his primary task as a preacher, and the primary task of your pastor. As you listen in . . . be sure to note the principles you can apply as you instruct your children, lead a small group, or simply offer good counsel to friends and family.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John brings you an inside look at pastoral ministry. He will show you your pastor’s primary role, and also the power God’s word can have on a congregation. Be listening for ways you can pray for and encourage your pastor . . . and for lessons you can apply as you shepherd those in your own home.
There are gaps in understanding when you read the Bible, but you can’t impose your thinking on the text. It has one meaning . . . and your job is to get the meaning right. That’s exactly what John MacArthur helps you do, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Every passage of Scripture has one specific meaning . . . yet often, multiple meanings are recklessly forced where they don’t belong, with serious consequences. John MacArthur helps you avoid errors like that, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
How do you keep your thoughts pure . . . how do you prevent tempting thoughts from becoming full - blown sinful ones? Find out when John MacArthur continues his study called Dealing with Sins of the Mind, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
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 those aspects of your life where compromise is easier . . . and why is that crucial? Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Jesus said, “the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it.” He also said those who find the way that leads to life are “few.” How can you be certain you’re on the right path . . . the path to eternal life? Find out, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
As Charles Spurgeon put it, “Christ and you will never be one until you and your sin are two .” You can call that separation from sin repentance. Jesus made repentance central to the gospel he proclaimed. Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s understandable to want as many people as possible to be saved and go to heaven. The Bible says the path to salvation is narrow . . . and you need to offer people precise directions — you need to proclaim the gospel Jesus taught, hard truths and all. Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.