Knowing God’s Will, Part 1

With every decision you face, how can you be sure you’re doing what God wants you to? That’s an issue most Christians—even mature ones—can struggle with. Thankfully, you don’t have to guess what God’s will is, . . . as John MacArthur shows you today on GRACE TO YOU.

Exercise Your Courage

What does it mean to be a man? Is it something that comes at a particular age . . . with heroic accomplishments . . . a certain level of maturity? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at what should be true about you if you’re a man . . . and what kind of man you should look for if you’re a woman.

Growing Strong in Christ

Typically from your high school years through your twenties, you’re at your best physically. But as the years pass, so does that vigor . . . that strength. Thankfully, the same isn’t true for your spiritual strength.In fact, the older you get, the more effective your service for Christ can be . . .if you build your spiritual muscles the way you should. So how do you strengthen yourself spiritually? Find out on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Learning the Christian Life

God never intended you to go it alone . . . to isolate yourself as you make life’s big decisions, battle sin,and study Scripture. God intends for you to benefit from relationships with other believers. But what do those relationships look like? Find out, on this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Essentials for Growth in Godliness, Part 2b

During World War I, an Army chaplain wrote his son and asked him to pray that God would give him the strength to serve honorably. The chaplain said that prayers for his safety should be secondary . . . because after all, “Daddy dead is Daddy still, but Daddy dishonored before God is something too awful for words.”How do you cultivate that kind of uncompromising integrity . . . and what does integrity have to do with your joy? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Essentials for Growth in Godliness, Part 2a

As a Christian you shouldn’t be lacking direction or the power to stay on course to keep pursuing your goals. Question is, what are your goals? What should they be . . . and how do you stay energized to keep after them? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Essentials for Growth in Godliness, Part 1b

If you’re a Christian, you can never lose sight of what’s most important—loving the Lord and loving others. But how do you cultivate a biblical love that pleases your heavenly Father? Well, the answer can be found in a prayer from the apostle Paul. John MacArthur looks to that prayer today. It’s part of his study on the joy God reserves for His children. On GRACE TO YOU, with John MacArthur.

Essentials for Growth in Godliness, Part 1a

If you’re like most people, prayer isn’t quite as spontaneous or easy as you’d like—it’s more of a discipline you need to work on. On this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John shows you how the quality of your prayer life has a direct effect on the joy you experience in life . . . the unique joy reserved for Christians—joy that stays with you no matter what you face.

Elements of Joy, Part 3b

Certainly, life can be difficult, even tragic. Perhaps you’re in a situation right now that makes you wonder . . . What good could ever come of this? Yet even in the hardest circumstances, it is possible to be content . . . even joyful. How is that possible? Find out on GRACE TO YOU .

Elements of Joy, Part 3a

The Bible says “Rejoice always” . . . but how do you pull that off? How can you be content, thankful—and yes, joyful—in the less-than-joyful situations you’re facing? Is this joy something that God seals up inside of you, and once you break it open, does it keep flowing and flowing? Or do you have to dip into it again and again? Hear more on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

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