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"Grace to You" with "John MacArthur"

The Master’s Men Part 3: Matthew and Thomas

Monday, June 13, 2016

When you think of the disciple named Thomas, there’s no doubt the word doubt comes to mind. But is that a fair summary of the man? Did he have any noble qualities you can learn from? 


The Master’s Men Part 3: Matthew and Thomas - Friday, June 10, 2016
In the end, everyone agrees that Judas was the worst of the twelve disciples. But which disciple had the worst past? If you’ve ever doubted your usefulness because of your past . . . stay tuned for fresh encouragement.
Who is God's Candidate - Part 1 - Thursday, June 9, 2016
What does God’s Word say a political candidate—a leader in government—should be?  And would that biblical description apply to anyone currently running for president of the United States?  John MacArthur helps you consider that timely question . . . on GRACE TO YOU!
Who is God's Candidate - Part 1 - Wednesday, June 8, 2016
This November, Americans will go to the polls to elect the leader of the free world.  What biblical principles should guide the vote you cast?  John MacArthur answers that question as he breaks from his regularly scheduled programming to air a brand-new lesson titled . . . “Who is God’s Candidate?”
The Master’s Men Part 1: Andrew, James the Son of Zebedee, and John - Tuesday, June 7, 2016
A good soldier fights until the battle’s won . . . or he dies. Harsh words . . . yet fitting for the Christian life. Look at two soldiers of faith who understood that principle . . . and what you can learn from them.
The Master’s Men Part 1: Andrew, James the Son of Zebedee, and John - Monday, June 6, 2016
Imagine walking and talking with Jesus Himself . . . like the disciples did. If Jesus were walking the earth today, would you fit into His inner circle? How would you compare to the famous twelve? 
Peter: A Lesson in Leadership, Part 2 - Friday, June 3, 2016
His name means “stone” . . . yet his actions weren’t always rock solid. Still, God used this flawed man named Peter in a powerful, amazing way. That should encourage you as you struggle with weaknesses.
Peter: A Lesson in Leadership, Part 1 - Thursday, June 2, 2016
Peter’s been called the disciple with the foot-shaped mouth—eager to speak . . . and act . . . often before he should! Yet Jesus turned his weaknesses in to strengths . . . and He can do the same for you.
The Messengers of the King, Part 2 - Wednesday, June 1, 2016
Lost . . . battered . . . shepherdless. Jesus came to save people like that . . . and He handpicked the first people to lead them. But why did He choose the ones He did . . . and what can you learn from their examples? 
The Messengers of the King - Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Jesus chose them from a range of backgrounds and jobs . . . trained them . . . then used them to spread the gospel far and wide . . . and turned the world upside down. What should you learn from the twelve disciples? 
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