On GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John shows you how one of history’s greatest believers dealt with his doubts about Jesus. This lesson is part of the new study John MacArthur began yesterday titled . . . When Believer’s Doubt.
John the Baptist . . . he was called the greatest man ever to walk this earth by Jesus Himself. Yet even this giant of the faith had a moment when he questioned whether Jesus was the Messiah. How did Jesus respond to John’s uncertainty? Find out, now on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John continues a study that answers the questions, how do you stand strong when your world feels anything but stable? And, what specific steps can you take to honor God and remain stable? Listen in and grow.
Your thinking is key to being a spiritually stable Christian. How can you begin aligning your thinking with the truth of Gods Word? What practical steps should you take? Find out now by listening to GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, as John continues his practical study . . . Seven Steps to Spiritual Stability.
While you cant reason people into the kingdom . . . its clear that godly reasoning, godly thinking, plays a key part in your Christian growth. Godly thinking is number six on John MacArthur's list of Seven Steps to Spiritual Stability that's the title of his current study on GRACE TO YOU. Listen now to GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If you understand that God is sovereign, loving,and in control of everything in your life for His glory and your good, and that He is orchestrating everything for eternal purpose and you can rest in that confident faith, then youre going to be stable in the most serious times. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John MacArthur is going to show you the path to unwavering stability and unshakeable faith. Hes continuing his practical series titled . . . Seven Steps to Spiritual Stability . . . with a message focused on the role thankfulness plays in your ability to stand strong amidst trials of every kind. Listen and grow.
Psalm 1 compares a stable person to a firmly planted tree. The trees roots go deep, it cant be blown over, and it has a plentiful water source supplying its needs. How can that picture of strength and stability be a reality in your life? What does it take to be an unwavering, spiritually stable Christian - in every circumstance? Listen and find out.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John shows you the link between humility, graciousness, and stability, as he continues his practical series that's helping you follow what he calls . . . Seven Steps to Spiritual Stability. Listen in and grow.
In this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John continues to show you what he calls . . . Seven Steps to Spiritual Stability . . . looking at the keys to keeping a steady faith in all life's circumstances. Listen in and stabilize your spiritual walk.
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.