The joy that Paul felt, or any other Christian is feeling is not some transient, emotional feeling that lifts you up one moment and drops you the next depending on circumstances. True joy is an unwavering constant in a Spirit - filled life. Hear more now, by playing GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Welcome to a special Thanksgiving edition of GRACE TO YOU! In today’s message, John MacArthur is taking a look at the most profound reason anyone could have to be thankful. Hear more on this episode of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Being saved from sin can produce joy . . . profound joy . . . joy that circumstances can’t shake. Or can they? Fact is, difficulty doesn’t go away because you’re a Christian . . . it may even grow more intense. So how do you face hardship . . . and keep your joy? Find out by listening to this episode of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
It’s easy to maintain a pleasant outlook when things are going your way. But how do you stay joyful? What produces that kind of joy? Find out by listening to this episode of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
As we move toward the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States, John MacArthur is kicking off a study that’s designed to help you understand and experience true, biblical joy. The study is titled . . . Joy Rules. Listen to it now on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
On this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John will be looking to the Bible to help you understand how a God who allows tragedies and trials is, at the same time, a God of love.
If you’re a Christian . . . if you’ve repented of your sins and received the salvation God graciously, lovingly offers . . . how are you doing at demonstrating God’s love to the watching world? Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
When you pick up the newspaper and read about gun violence . . . terrorist attacks . . . poverty and disease . . . do you find yourself doubting God’s goodness . . . that a God who is — in His most essential nature — loving? If so, you need a deeper understanding of the nature and extent of God’s Love. Listen to this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Ice skates and the Sahara Desert? Porcupines and balloons? There are some things that common sense tell you shouldn’t go together . . . but with a closer look, you can understand and accept why they do. The same is true of certain biblical truths — for example, how do vengeance and eternal punishment reconcile with God’s love? Find out,now, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John continues a series that helps you understand what Scripture means when it says “God is love” . . . and how God’s rich mercy and grace for the world should guide your thoughts, attitudes, and actions. The study is simply titled . . . The Love of God.
During His time on earth, Jesus warned of false disciples. He said that many people would profess Christ, but not be genuine followers. So how do you know if someone’s a true Christian? How do you know if you’re truly a believer? Find out, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Practically speaking, what’s the proof of a faithful life? What are the marks of a true disciple of Christ? John MacArthur looks at that and shows you how you can know you have a genuine relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
As Jesus prepared for history’s most pivotal moment, He met one more time with His disciples — His closest friends — and He warned them of danger to come. Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What did Paul care about most in the lives of the people he pastored? Well, in one word . . . sanctification. Paul cared about helping those around him grow in Christlikeness. And that’s what John MacArthur’s going to help you do today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John looks at the link between being hated without cause and . . . Abiding in Christ. It looks at Jesus’s words of encouragement to His disciples — and by extension, to you and me — the night before His crucifixion. Listen in.