What does the perfect standard of God’s holiness mean for your daily life . . . and your eternity? John MacArthur answers that vital question, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Can you trust the Bible? John MacArthur is going to show you just how reliable the Scripture is, and why you should have absolute confidence in the Christ revealed in Scripture. Join us, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
The Bible was completed nearly 2,000 years ago, written over centuries, and none of the original manuscripts are around today. So, how can you trust your Bible? And can you trust all of it? Hear the answers, today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Oliver Wendell Holmes called love "the master key that opens the gates of happiness." Well, that may be true, but the question is...What is love?" How do you define it? John MacArthus has answers on today's episode of Grace To You.
The apostle Paul said the aim of the Christian life is to know Christ. Well, friend, John MacArthur helps you dig into what Scripture reveals about the living, ruling, all-powerful - and compassionate - Christ.
You, I, and everone who's ever lived was born spiritually dead. We need new life. That in mind, what does an incident between Jesus and a religious leader 2,000 years ago have to do with your salvation?
If today, Jesus were performing miracles like He did 2,000 years ago, what do you think... would everyone believe in Him? Well, what about those who saw His miracles firsthand... why did most of them reject Jesus?
They’re noisy, they’re messy, they eat a lot — and just about anything. What could pigs possibly have to do with strengthening your trust in Jesus? Find out as John MacArthur continues his look at the astonishing power of Jesus, today on GRACE TO YOU.
If Jesus hadn’t healed anyone . . . hadn’t cast out demons . . . hadn’t fed 5,000 or turned water into wine . . . would He still be God? John MacArthur shows you the true significance of Jesus’ miracles — stay here for that, today on GRACE TO YOU.
A good thought to keep in mind as you battle against sin. Sometimes you will defeat it . . . other times, sin will batter and bruise you. But the question is . . . do you have the drive to keep fighting your sinful flesh? If you don’t, what does that say about your spiritual condition? Questions to keep in mind today on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues his current titled . . . Freedom from Sin
Nearly everyone enjoys getting into the Christmas spirit. But the truth is . . . you can spend hundreds, even thousands on presents for others . . . you can decorate every inch of your home . . . you can attend every holiday event in your community . . . and still not have . . . the true Christmas Spirit. To make sure you understand what the Christmas spirit is—before the busyness of the holiday season begins—stay here for GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur continues his study called . . . The Best of Christmas.
John MacArthur’s going to take a break from walking you verse-by-verse through a passage of Scripture. Instead, he’s going to field questions about the Bible and the Christian life. The questions come from people at John’s home church in Los Angeles . . . they’re probably questions you’ve wondered about.
A loving family . . . a steady job . . . or simply good health and good friends —they’re all things you can be thankful for. But what should make a Christian most thankful? John MacArthur shows you today on GRACE TO YOU as we launch a week of broadcasts to prepare you for next week’s Thanksgiving celebration here in the United States.
You may have heard about an open letter that John MacArthur wrote to California’s governor. It has prompted a lot of discussion about leaders who blaspheme God . . . and how the church should respond. That in mind, be here for a new interview called “A Plea to a Governor Who Mocks God”—we’re preempting our regular schedule to bring it to you . . . on GRACE TO YOU.