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MacArthur Bible Studies: Colossians and Philemon

MacArthur Bible Studies: Colossians and Philemon

by John F. MacArthur

“Jesus is the only way” can be an unpopular stand for Christians to take in our contemporary culture. But dangerous false teachings against Jesus Christ are not new. The Colossian church dealt with these same threats. When Paul learned about this danger, he wrote the church a message of warning. Colossians is full of dramatic and powerful passages couple… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Ephesians

MacArthur Bible Studies: Ephesians

by John F. MacArthur

Though attempting to live a transformed life by the power of the Holy Spirit, the church in Ephesus was immersed in an evil culture and surrounded by sin and pagan ways. Discouraged believers needed a reminder of God’s grace and love, of the blessings they had in Jesus Christ, and of their commitment to holiness. Written by the apostle P… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: 2 Samuel

MacArthur Bible Studies: 2 Samuel

by John F. MacArthur

David is known as Israel’s greatest king, but he was certainly not a super-hero. He had to fight many difficult battles to establish his throne, and when he did become king, he committed murder, adultery, and brought disaster on his family. He was a man with all-too-human failings who was far from perfect, yet he was also a man after God’s own heart. Dav… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Kings 1 to 11, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Kings 1 to 11, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes

by John F. MacArthur

Solomon is known as the wisest man who ever lived. His writings in the Old Testament range from practical, pithy proverbs to beautiful romantic poetry—and all are filled with his knowledge and insights. Yet behind those writings stood a flawed man who was conflicted between deep wisdom and tragic folly. Sadly, the king who warned against so many sins did n… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Samuel

MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Samuel

by John F. MacArthur

The time of the judges were turbulent days in Israel’s history, marked by a continuing cycle of sin, oppression, repentance, and deliverance. In time, the people decided they would do better under the leadership of a king, and they arrogantly demanded that God provide them with one. Samuel, God’s anointed prophet, warned they would be getting more than t… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Joshua, Judges, and Ruth

MacArthur Bible Studies: Joshua, Judges, and Ruth

by John F. MacArthur

It took more than forty years of wandering, but finally the nation of Israel was ready to enter the land that God had promised to them. However, they knew that arriving at the borders was just the beginning, for many battles and many foes still lay ahead. Yet, as Joshua reminded them, they also knew that the Lord had promised to fight all their battles and d… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Philippians

MacArthur Bible Studies: Philippians

by John F. MacArthur

The people in the city of Philippi who received this letter from their friend, Paul, were suffering from two of Christianity’s greatest adversaries: self-sufficiency and complacency. While writing this letter from a Roman prison cell, Paul was able to provide a unique perspective on these enemies of our faith. Even as he faced horrific trials, Paul continu… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Genesis 34 to 50

MacArthur Bible Studies: Genesis 34 to 50

by John F. MacArthur

Nearly half the book of Genesis is devoted to the lives of Jacob and his twelve sons, who were important figures in the history of Israel and in the history of the Christian church. The account of their lives takes the term “dysfunctional family” to a new level, but God used this flawed clan as a beautiful canvas to portray His providence, judgment, and … Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Genesis 1 to 11

MacArthur Bible Studies: Genesis 1 to 11

by John F. MacArthur

Where did we come from? Why is there pain and suffering? Who committed the first murder? Why are there so many languages in the world? The first eleven chapters of the book of Genesis have the answers to these questions and more—providing us with the history of the human race in its earliest years prior to the time of Abraham. In this st… Read more…

MacArthur Bible Studies: Exodus and Numbers

MacArthur Bible Studies: Exodus and Numbers

by John F. MacArthur

Although the descendants of Jacob moved to Egypt as honored guests, in time they became despised slaves groaning under the mistreatment of Pharaoh. In response to the people’s cries, God called a man named Moses to lead the Israelites out of Egypt into Canaan, but their journey took a dramatic forty-year detour when they failed to trust in God.In this stud… Read more…

Luke 18-24 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

Luke 18-24 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

by Gary Chapman, John MacArthur and John F. MacArthur

Luke 18-24 concludes The MacArthur New Testament Commentary’s look at the longest of the four Gospels. Luke is unique in its historical detail and for how it positions Jesus as the Savior-King not just of the Jews, but of all mankind. Chapters 18-24 follow Jesus as He enters Jerusalem, is tried and crucified, and is resurrected in victory. Join John … Read more…

Mark 1-8 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

Mark 1-8 MacArthur New Testament Commentary

by John MacArthur and John F. MacArthur

"The gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God." Those words not only begin Mark’s gospel, but they also capture one of its most important themes—one that builds throughout the first eight chapters until it reaches its climax in Mark 8:29, where Peter acknowledges, "You are the Christ." Join John MacArthur as he explains each verse in a way that is both… Read more…


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