With so much past and present turmoil and wickedness in the world, what does the future look like? Will it be more of the same — are we stuck in an endless cycle? Or will history have a definite end — with a day of reckoning? What does Scripture say about the future? John MacArthur shows you in his prophecy study titled, Where in the World Is History Headed?
Can you pray so persistently that you, in a sense, wear down and persuade a sovereignGod? Is that even possible? How much impact can your prayers really have? In Don’t Be Afraid to Ask, John MacArthur shows you why you should pray boldly — and the generous response you can expect when you do.
There’s no deception with bigger consequences than to think you’re a Christian when, truth is, you’re not. Where do you stand? In Myths About Salvation, John MacArthur gives you eleven tests that will either verify your salvation or reveal your need to come to Christ on His terms.
Jesus is the master at turning faults into strengths and producing greatness from people whose only asset is their utter uselessness. In his studyThe Master’s Men, John MacArthur shows you how Jesus transformed His closest followers, and how He can make you a great disciple, no matter your shortcomings.
There’s only one place to look for answers to life’s big questions to deal with the most complex issues you face, and for practical wisdom on everything from finances to the family: God’s Word. John MacArthur helps you increase your confidence in the Bible in his study, The Sufficiency of Scripture.
Deep-down, lasting happiness isn’t hard to find. It’s impossible — at least when you pursue it apart from the unexpected path Jesus spells out in the Bible. To see the kind of life that produces real joy, peace, and contentment, don’t miss John MacArthur’s study,True Happiness.
The phone rings late at night. Your spouse, child, or close friend has died suddenly. How can you possibly make sense of that? What, if any, good comes from tragedy? John MacArthur helps you understand the purpose of trials in his study Making Sense Out of Suffering.
The world says biblical standards for women are outdated. But the growing number of women living by God’s plan and finding deep fulfillment shows just how relevant and rewarding those standards are. Find out how to become the kind of woman only God can produce — the woman every man should desire and every woman should desire to be — in John MacArthur’s study God’s Design for a Successful Woman.
Before God, men and women are spiritually equal. But within that equality, God created differences. To women, He gave a blessed role no man can ever fill. Take a look at the New Testament’s most comprehensive treatment of the woman’s true path to fulfillment in John MacArthur’s study, God’s High Calling for Women.
If you’ve ever found yourself overwhelmed about finances, you’re not alone. With so much uncertainty in today’s economy, why shouldn’t you worry about being able to pay for what you need? John MacArthur helps you get a grip on those issues in What Did Jesus Really Say About Financial Worry?
If you’re in college or high school, the priorities you adopt now will affect — for years to come — your relationships, family, career, and most important, your usefulness to the church and your witness for Christ. That’s the point behind John MacArthur’s A Course for Life, a best-of-collection of messages that provides a life blueprint for students of any age.
“It is finished” Jesus cried, then drew His last breath. To His followers, never before had the world seemed so bleak. But just three days later, everything changed. To shed fresh light on that first Easter — to help you understand what history’s great turning point means for you today — don’t miss John MacArthur’s new Easter study, The Empty Tomb.
Exhausted, battered, His flesh torn open, Jesus endured unimaginable pain on the cross — more than that, He faced His Father’s wrath. In The Murder of Jesus, John MacArthur shows you just how much Christ suffered for the sake of sinners as he explores the great turning point of history.
Do you think Christians still need to honor the Sabbath today? For that matter, what is the Sabbath — Saturday or Sunday? To fully understand what the Sabbath is, and why Sunday worship is central to Christian faith and practice, don’t miss John MacArthur’s new study, The Sabbath and Why We Worship on Sunday.
“Once saved, always saved.” What do you think — true statement? Or could you do something — commit some horrible sin — that would cause you to forfeit your salvation? John MacArthur challenges you with what Scripture says about the permanence of salvation in God Won’t Let You Go.
If there’s one thing people seem to love it’s — well — love. Yet despite our culture’s obsession with love — or maybe because of it — the true meaning is often forgotten. To find out what real love is, and how to practice it in every relationship, don’t miss John MacArthur’s study from 1 Corinthians 13 titled, The Greatest of These.
Many of the people you see in your neighborhood, your favorite restaurant, the shopping mall, and the gym are lost – separated from God and heading for eternal death. How might you fit into God’s plan to save any one of them? John MacArthur shows you in his study The Great Commission.
To hear many popular evangelical leaders, we should accept people’s beliefs about salvation even when they don’t square with Scripture. It doesn’t matter that your belief is something less than biblical, only that you’re sincere.
But is it possible to be saved and yet believe a false gospel? What is saving faith – what does it mean to be Delivered by God? Let John MacArthur show you.
What do you need to grow spiritually in 2010 and handle the worst of life’s pressures? InBack to Basics, John MacArthur surveys bedrock principles for dynamic, trial-enduring, hopeful Christian living. Whether you’re a new believer, longtime Christian, or even if you don’t know Christ, this study may be exactly what you need to start the new year.
If you’re a Christian, Scripture says your life is a race. What’s your challenge? To strain beyond what you thought possible for the prize that awaits. Be assured, the prize is worth it. Let John MacArthur direct you to spiritual growth you’ve never known inReaching for the Prize.