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Leadership and Spiritual Maturity

by Jeremiah Johnson New believers, and especially young men, are often very passionate for the truth. The joy of new life in Christ goes hand in hand with the desire to proclaim God’s truth to others and see them come … Continue reading

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In Light of Recent Events | GRACE to You

Recent and potential terrorist attacks in France currently dominate the news cycle. Analysts, experts, and commentators discuss and debate the facts, often with skewed and confused perspectives on Islam, and offer a variety of political and emotional responses. It’s no … Continue reading

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Standards for Shepherds: Sexual Fidelity | GRACE to You

by John MacArthur “The NFL’s doing a better job at it. CBS is doing a better job at it. Kmart is doing a better job at it. Virtually every institution on earth is demonstrating that they are doing a better … Continue reading

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Standards for Shepherds: Be Above Reproach | GRACE to You

by John MacArthur America’s church culture suffers from an abundance of unqualified church leaders. What’s worse, many of these mavericks preside over a form of church government incapable of restraining or disciplining them. Tragically, in many cases it’s the media … Continue reading

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Unwavering Biblical Conviction | GRACE to You

Churches are everywhere. So why is it so difficult to find a good one? There are many towns and cities void of even one Bible-teaching, gospel-proclaiming, disciple-making church. There are several reasons good churches are so rare today. 1. Leaders … Continue reading

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Should Christians Celebrate Christmas? | GRACE to You

Undoubtedly a lot of planning has gone into your Christmas celebration this year. Between decorating the house, organizing meals and visits with relatives, preparing for and attending office, church, and family parties, and all the time spent shopping, wrapping, and … Continue reading

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Born to Die | Grace to You

by John MacArthur That first Christmas, earth was oblivious to the significance of a simple birth in a quiet town. But heaven wasn’t. The holy angels waited in anticipation to break forth in praise and worship and adoration at the … Continue reading

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What’s So Important About Christ’s Virgin Birth? | Grace to You

by John MacArthur We cannot expect the world to accept the fact of Christ’s virgin birth. As with all essential doctrines of the Christian faith, sinful humanity resists embracing the truth of His unique birth. Tragically though, it’s no longer … Continue reading

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Developing Deep Convictions | Grace to You

What influence do Christian trends have on you? Do you find yourself regularly following the latest popular pastor, reading the latest must-read book, and buying into the latest life-changing theology? Are you effectively “carried about by every wind of doctrine” … Continue reading

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The Elephant in the Strange Fire | Grace to You

by Cameron Buettel It’s been just over a year since the highly publicized and controversial Strange Fire conference. As a Grace to You employee with a charismatic background, I watched the buildup to the conference with a considerable amount of … Continue reading

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Recognizing the Glory of God’s Word | GRACE to You

by John MacArthur The proliferation of good Bible translations is an enormous blessing. The unprecedented level of access to God’s Word that we enjoy was only made possible through the heroic Reformers 500 years ago. They bravely warred against the … Continue reading

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The Danger of Overconfidence, Part 2 | Grace to You

by John MacArthur A gun-toting, beer-drinking, foul-mouthed “pastor” recently made headlines when he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. In an emotional apology to the church, he confessed he had been abusing alcohol for years. While the extent of his … Continue reading

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The Danger of Overconfidence, Part 1 | Grace to You

by John MacArthur Overconfidence is a sure way to fall into temptation and sin. To assume you’re beyond the world’s grasp, immune to its enticements, and free to do whatever you like is often the first step toward the harsh … Continue reading

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