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Christian talk radio with John MacArthur

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Friday, May 17

The Most Misunderstood Parable (#1)

Do you have questions about the parables of Jesus? Who doesn’t? While the word pictures may be clear enough, the meaning behind them are not always easy to grasp.

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About Grace to You

Dr. John F. MacArthur, Jr. is heard throughout North America and around the world on Grace to You, an outstanding Bible-teaching outreach. The program is based on sermons from the pulpit of Grace Community Church in Panorama City, California.

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Friday, June 14

Godly Living (#1)

If you have workout equipment in your garage that only collects dust . . . what good is it? Well, that same principle applies to your Bibleif you don’t use it, you won’t benefit from it.

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Thursday, June 13

Godly Living (#1)

We’re living in a confused and wicked world. How does God expect you to conduct yourself in the midst of the chaos? How does He equip you to make a difference . . . in your workplace, your neighborhood, and even in your home?

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Wednesday, June 12

The Authenticity of the Risen Savior (#2)

A great teacher . . . a moral example . . . a social activist. Those are just some of the ways people have described Jesus Christ. But what is the complete and accurate answer to the question, Who is Jesus? Can you even answer that question with certainty?

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Tuesday, June 11

The Authenticity of the Risen Savior (#1)

Between books and television, social media, word of mouth, and of course churchesthere is no shortage of conversation and opinions about Jesus Christ. But the question is, How much of that conversation is accurate . . . is biblical? How do you rightly answer the question . . . Who Is Jesus, Anyway?

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Monday, June 10

The Sufficiency of Christ Alone (#2)

You’ve probably heard that a Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t. That to say, when you’re constantly opening your Bible and meditating on its truth, you’ll find the guidance and strength you need for every day.

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