How God Uses Suffering, Part 2b

Everyone faces struggles that are uniquely their own. Maybe you’re dealing with finances that constantly come up just a little short, or a medical condition.No matter what you’re facing today, know this: God’s Word can sustain you like nothing else can. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

How God Uses Suffering, Part 2a

A great preacher said that all trials serve two purposes: To better acquaint you with your own sinful heart and with your Lord and Savior. Now it’s easy to rejoice in and affirm that truth when you’re looking back on trials. But what do you do when those times of suffering never seem to end? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

How God Uses Suffering, Part 1b

When an injury disables you . . . when you’re persecuted for your faith . . . when a loved one faces a serious illness . . . when the job you thought would always be there disappears—when life is anything but predictable and happy . . . what can you hold onto? What have others held onto? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

How God Uses Suffering, Part 1a

The Bible says we’re guaranteed trouble in this world—setbacks, heartaches, illness, and loneliness . . .even times of severe testing. So if trials are unavoidable, how should you respond to them? And what,if any, good comes from the struggles you face? Find out on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Responding to God’s Word, Part 2

On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur will focus on the importance of responding properly to the teaching of God’s Word. Of course, teaching the Word is the core commitment of GRACE TO YOU. Why? Well, we believe what Scripture says about itself—it’s living, active, sharper than any two-edged sword.It revolutionizes you individually . . . it changes your family . . . and without doubt, God’s Word needs to be the foundation of the local church.

Responding to God’s Word, Part 1

For a long time, we’ve heard about churches that want to be relevant to the culture . . . But what does that really mean? Raising up a generation of people responsive to God’s Word should be the goal of every church.On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to explore this notion of being responsive to God’s Word and look at what a Christ-honoring and truly relevant ministry looks like.

Not Quenching the Holy Spirit, Part 2

The great British preacher Charles Spurgeon said this:“I dread beyond all things the [Holy] Spirit’s withdrawal. Death hasnot half the terror of that thought. I would sooner die a thousand times thanlose the helpful presence of the Holy Ghost. ”Do you dread doing anything that could keep you from receiving the helpof the Holy Spirit? Hear more from John MacArthur on GRACE TO YOU.

Not Quenching the Holy Spirit, Part 1

You’ve probably heard the verse that says, “Quench not the Spirit.” But what exactly does that mean?What could you possibly do to prevent The Holy Spirit work? On GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to explore the issue of quenching the Holy Spirit as he continues his study . . .The Bible-Driven Church.

Giving Thanks in Everything

How should you respond when something good happens . . . you get a promotion at work, you get engaged, your first child is born? What about when bad things happen . . . you lose your job, face family crisis, or the doctor says you have cancer? Here’s a hint . . . God wants the same response. Hear more, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

Praying Unceasingly, Part 2

We’ve all had those moments where we close our eyes and start to pray. But then we get distracted by the day’s schedule . . . tomorrow’s meeting . . . next week’s vacation. It can sometimes be a battle to pray for more than just a few minutes. So how do you build a consistent habit of prayer—a life of prayer that will strengthen your church? Find out, on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.

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