The pursuit of money can be dangerous. It can consume your time and energy, jeopardize your relationships, even your health. So what should you do when a desire for or a worry about money starts to take over?
Growing up you were probably told you need to work hard in school so you can make a lot of money. Now, as a Christian you know money is important—but not our greatest treasure. So how do you keep money in its proper place? John MacArthur answer that question and more on today’s edition of GRACE TO YOU.
The Bible says you should not store up treasures on earth. But what exactly does that mean? Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur answers that question and helps you see how even the simplest purchasing decision can give honor to God. Hear more on GRACE TO YOU as John continues his study, Mastering Your Money.
A recent survey found that even when the economy was setting new records, money was still the number tne cause of stress for Americans. How about you . . . can you relate to that sort of stress? Find out on GRACE TO YOU as John MacArthur explains how you should deal with the financial burdens that affect you and your family.
Maybe you’ve heard that money is the root of all evil. But that’s not what Scripture says — it’s the love of money that’s wrong. The real question is, are you pleasing God in how you deal with money? On today’s GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur looks at how you can do just that in his study, Mastering Your Money.
What do you spend most of your time thinking about? Is it money? Surprisingly, that’s the answer most people give. So how do you make sure money doesn’t take the place in your heart that rightfully belongs to God?
Today is a day of sorrow as many people mourn the shame and unspeakable suffering Jesus endured at the cross. Yet, what followed His enormous sacrifice is so remarkable, so monumental, only the sinless Son of God could accomplish it. Listen to learn how that sorrow and mourning gave way to joy when John MacArthur concludes his study on GRACE TO YOU.
Imagine the sadness Christ’s followers must have felt after the crucifixion . . . the grief of losing their friend and teacher. But the sorrow they felt would all change when they discovered the tomb was empty. On today’s GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur shows you how the followers of Christ reacted to the resurrection . . . and what it means for your worship this Resurrection Sunday.
Today on GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur’s going to show you crucial details in the Easter story that will help you grasp the true significance of Christ’s resurrection—perhaps for the first time. It’s part of his series titled . . . The Empty Tomb.
“It is finished!” Jesus cried from the cross, then drew His last breath. In three days, Christ rose again and everything changed. What happened during those hours between Christ’s death and resurrection? On today’s GRACE TO YOU, John MacArthur sheds light on those crucial details and helps you understand what history’s great turning point means for you.
It’s been said that the easiest person to deceive is yourself. And there’s no deception with greater consequences than to think you’re a Christian when, truth is, you’re not. So where do you stand? How can you know for sure? Find out, by listening to GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur.
Today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur, John helps you understand the privilege of prayer and how you can come into God’s presence the right way. It’s part of a study he calls,Praying for the Right Things.
There is a day coming when Christ will set the world right. His reign will be characterized by peace . . .justice . . . and righteousness. Yet, right before the Lord comes back the world will be ruled by His great enemy—the Antichrist. Listen to this edition of GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur to learn more.
You’ve probably heard the proverb “all roads lead to Rome.” Meaning there are different routes to the same result. But when it comes to salvation are there multiple roads to heaven? Consider that as John MacArthur looks at the gospel and . . .The Way to Heaven, John’s study hereon GRACE TO YOU,
Despite the attacks that threaten to destroy it, the family still remains a cultural adhesive that stirs feelings of loyalty and ties people together. But that doesn’t mean all families today are truly close as they should be. How do you fix that? What are your responsibilities? Hear Dr. John MacArthur shares the answers on "Grace to You".