Certainly, there’s no more natural response for the believer saved by grace than to praise and worship God in prayer. Still, for most of us, prayer isn’t quite as spontaneous as we’d like — rather, it’s a discipline we need to work on. Hear more, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur as John examines the spiritual discipline of prayer.
Question: How can you please God? Well, certainly you need to trust Him . . . submit to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior . . . obey His commands. And when you have a need, you should ask God, and expect Him to give you what you need. Today, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John will show you why you can — and should — pray with boldness.
God’s sovereignty. He is all - powerful . . . all - knowing . . . and He acts according to His perfect will. How can our prayers have an effect on what God does? Bottom line, does prayer really make any difference? Find out by listening to today's episode of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The 19th century pastor and writer E.M. Bounds said God shapes the world by prayer and we must press our prayers upon God. Your prayers will accomplish much — will have a life - changing effect on you and those you pray for — if you ask boldly, ask often, and expect God to answer. Consider that, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Can you ever pray for an unsaved friend, a job opportunity, a health problem so many times that God gets tired of hearing from you? Is it possible to overwhelm God with your prayers? Consider that, now on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
If you're a Christian, there's great benefit in meditating on what Christ has done for you. He's blessed you with an eternal inheritance . . . healed you in a way no doctor could . . . transformed your life . . . paid the penalty for your sins . . . and given you hope for a glorious future in heaven. Hear more, now, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Recently, a student at one of Americas premier universities said that studying in college has never been more difficult. The biggest reason? The addictive nature of Facebook, Twitter, and the Internet. Hear more, now, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
What distracts you? Facebook? Twitter? Television? When your focus should be elsewhere . . . how can you learn to say no to distractions? And what does that ability to say no to discipline yourself say about your spiritual priorities . . . and your relationship with Christ? Hear more, now on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Its been said . . . the rewards of perseverance far exceed the pain required for victory. Well, how are you at embracing pain, embracing discipline . . . the kind required for spiritual growth and reward? Listen today this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John is going to give you a biblical perspective on work, showing you how to honor Christ whether you work in a corner office, a cubicle, or the cab of a tractor. The lesson is titled . . . Work:A Noble Christian Duty.
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.