Maybe you can remember a teacher who had a veritable laundry list of “Don’ts” for your class —Don’t talk . . . Don’t leave your seat . . . Don’t write in red pen. John MacArthur works through a biblical list of “Do’s” where your speech is concerned. This practical look at how you should speak is part of John’s current series titled . . . The Portrait of a New Life. That’s on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Is it OK to be angry when . . . your child is defiant or when a politician says something that attacks Christian values? How about when you scrape the paint on your car . . . when the dog chews up your new shoes . . . or your team loses the big game? When is it right to be angry? Or . . . is it never right for a Christian to lose his head? John MacArthur examines the issue of anger today, as well as truthful speech—two crucial elements in . . . The Portrait of a New Life
What is it that gives a life true meaning, real purpose? You’ll find the answer on this edition of GRACE TO YOU . . . as John MacArthur brings into focus what he calls . . . The Portrait of a New Life. That’s the title of his series from Ephesians 4.
It’s been said, “the sun melts snow but hardens clay.” And if you think about it, that’s also a great analogy for the power of God’s Word. For some it melts their resistance to the gospel, makes them softer, more sensitive sin. But it causes others to harden their hearts, run faster into evil, and farther from the Lord. John MacArthur examines this issue today on GRACE TO YOU.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” Well, not to spiritualize that poem . . . but certainly you know the Christian road is the less-traveled way—as Scripture says, few find it. You can think of John MacArthur’s current study on GRACE TO YOU as something of a road map . . . charting a course for growth in Christ.
John MacArthur starts soon his series titled . . . The Portrait of a New Life. Of course, unlike a painting . . . this study isn’t going to show you what a Christian looked like at a particular point in history. Instead, you’ll see the attitudes and actions that should characterize every follower of Christ that’s on the next GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Television stations run—and re-run—classic Christmas movies. Stores and businesses put up decorations everywhere. Companies of all kinds are running special Christmas promotions. So . . . in a world that is saturated with holiday themed messages . . . how could anyone miss Christmas? Could you be in danger of making that very mistake? Find out today on GRACE TO YOU, as John MacArthur, brings you a special message titled . . . “The People Who Missed Christmas.”
It has a color and luster similar to gold, and it often forms in the same type of rock that gold does. But in the end, iron pyrite—commonly known as fool’s gold—is worthless compared with the genuine article. As Christmas approaches, the world will get caught up in the secular traditions . . . the fool’s gold, if you will . . . but miss what is truly valuable about the holiday. So today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, take a fresh look at the significance of the incarnation—God’s taking on human flesh.
Even though it’s still several weeks away, you’ve probably already started thinking about your Christmas “must-do” list. While those activities certainly have their place . . . how do you make sure they don’t distract you from what matters most when it comes to your Christmas celebration? Consider that today on GRACE TO YOU, as John MacArthur continues his study titled, simply . . . The Real Meaning of Christmas.
Who has the spirit of Christmas? According to one website, it’s . . . “[people with] a generous and giving nature. Those who care about others. Those who have a kind word to say or a broad shoulder to lean on, display the ‘Spirit of Christmas.’” Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will show you that even the most generous person you know might still be missing The Real Meaning of Christmas.
The sinfulness of all people . . . the horrible, eternal penalty for sin . . . and salvation in Christ alone. No doubt you’re familiar with those elements of the gospel message. But what about the issue of repentance? What exactly does it mean to repent . . . and can you be a Christian without understanding repentance? Essential questions — John MacArthur starts answering them today in his lesson . . . “The Characteristics of True Repentance” . . . on GRACE TO YOU.
What attitude is most appropriate—most God-honoring—at Christmas? And how do you put that attitude into practice? Find out today as John MacArthur shows you . . . The True Spirit of Christmas.” That’s the title of this Christmas Eve edition of GRACE TO YOU.
Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur helps prepare you for a Christmas of genuine worship. He’ll be approaching Christmas truth from some angles you might not expect—stay here, won’t you, as he continues his timely look at . . . The Jesus of Christmas. That’s the title of his current series, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Welcome to a brand-new year of verse-by-verse teaching here on GRACE TO YOU. You're about to get a timely reminder of your ultimate purpose . . . glorifying God . . . in the study John MacArthur launches today, "How to Live for God's Glory".
If you're a Christian you've been saved from your sin . . . rescued by God. What does that fact - that you've been delivered - mean for you today? How should your life change in the here and now? John MacArthur examines the biblical answers as he continue his series "Delivered by God" on "Grace to You".