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Grace to You Weekend with John MacArthur

 

Fundamental Christian Attitudes: Self-Discipline, Part 2

Saturday, October 14, 2017

John MacArthur

If you’re a Christian, there’s great benefit in meditating on what Christ has done for you.  He’s blessed you with an eternal inheritance . . . healed you in a way no doctor could . . . transformed your life . . . paid the penalty for your sins . . . and given you hope for a glorious future in heaven.

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The Breadth and Depth of Sin - Saturday, October 7, 2017

As a renowned Bible teacher put it, “A genuine Christian dreads sin.  He will not say, ‘Is it not a little one?’ for he knows that a little sin is like a small dose of a very potent poison ... sufficient to destroy peace and comfort.”  

Spiritual Stability, Part 5: Godly Thinking, Part 2 - Saturday, September 30, 2017

Your thinking is key to being a spiritually stable Christian. How can you begin aligning your thinking with
the truth of God’s Word? What practical steps should you take?

Spiritual Stability, Part 3: Humility and Faith - Saturday, September 23, 2017

Psalm 1 compares a stable person to a firmly planted tree. The tree’s roots go deep, it can’t be blown
over, and it has a plentiful water source supplying its needs. How can that picture of strength and
stability be a reality in your life? What does it take to be an unwavering, spiritually stable Christian - in
every circumstance?

God’s Generous Response to Boldness in Prayer - Saturday, September 16, 2017

God’s sovereignty.  He is all-powerful . . . all-knowing . . . and He acts according to His perfect will.  How can our prayers have an effect on what God does?  Bottom line, does prayer really make any difference?

Fundamental Christian Attitudes: Self-Discipline, Part 2 - Saturday, September 9, 2017

If you’re a Christian, there’s great benefit in meditating on what Christ has done for you.  He’s blessed you with an eternal inheritance . . . healed you in a way no doctor could . . . transformed your life . . . paid the penalty for your sins . . . and given you hope for a glorious future in heaven.

The Breadth and Depth of Sin - Saturday, September 2, 2017

As a renowned Bible teacher put it, “A genuine Christian dreads sin.  He will not say, ‘Is it not a little one?’ for he knows that a little sin is like a small dose of a very potent poison ... sufficient to destroy peace and comfort.”

A Call for Discernment, Part 3 - Saturday, August 26, 2017

They say practice makes perfect.  Well, maybe perfect’s stretching it a bit . . . but it’s true—with effort, you can become a better reader, faster runner, quicker typist—the list goes on and on.  But is spiritual discernment included on that list—is it a gift you’re given . . . or a skill you acquire and improve on your own?

Who Is Christ’s Slave - Saturday, August 19, 2017

Slavery . . . just the thought of it causes anger, anguish, and agony in many people. But, could being a
slave ever be something to cherish . . . rejoice over . . . even long for? John MacArthur looks at the most
basic relationship all believers have with Christ . . . that of slave and master.

The Transforming Effect of Loving Christ - Saturday, August 12, 2017

This weekend, John is joined in studio by Phil Johnson, Executive Director of GRACE TO YOU, to talk about
his brand-new series, Lessons for a Modern Day Disciple.


Lectionary Calendar
Friday, October 20th, 2017
the Week of Proper 23 / Ordinary 28
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