A Bible study reminding us to persevere when persecuted and warning us of deceptive doctrine. Examine the details and overriding themes of 1 and 2 Peter.
Paul's letters to the church at Thessalonica and to a pastor named Titus will affirm your faith and provide guidance on how to prepare church leaders. Examine the details and overriding themes of 1-2 Thessalonians and Titus.
Paul encourages the church at Corinth to not follow old ways, as their worldly practices hindered the church's focus to teach the gospel. Examine this entire book, and learn the details and overriding themes of 1 Corinthians.
Known as the wisest man who ever lived, Solomon's writings are full of knowledge and insight, yet reveal an imperfect man and leader. Examine the details and overriding themes of 1Kings 1-11, Proverbs and Ecclesiastes.
Take an in-depth look at this historical period, from the division of Judah and Israel into two kingdoms, through the prophet Elijah, and conclude with the death of King Ahab.
The nation of Israel wanted a king just like other nations. Starting with the prophet Samuel, see that taxes, military service, wars and oppression found the nation of Israel, just like the other nations.
As false teachers infiltrate the church at Corinth, Paul writes a letter to encourage the church to teach the truth and stay unified as one body of believers.
Learn about the time of the divided kingdom in the Old Testament. With Israel to the north and Judah to the south, leaders from both nations experienced great miracles and great failures.
David, the man after God's own heart, depended on God's grace when he sinned and brought disaster upon his family. Examine the details and overriding themes of 2 Samuel.
The book of Acts is a testament to the ascension of Christ and the birth of the church in the first century. Early believers relied on God for strength and direction.
Encouragement and practical mentorship from John MacArthur on cultivating prayer.
Stress is part of everyone’s daily life. John MacArthur believes that peace is not just possible but commanded in scripture.
Believers are encouraged not to avoid the book of Revelation when it comes to the study of God's Word. God has assured us that the end of the age should be something believers will look forward to.
Every Christian can know the doctrines of the faith. It shows us who God is and how we should live. If you are a student of John MacArthur's writings, you will enjoy "Biblical Doctrine."
As the church at Colosse was reminded that they are complete in Christ, so are we. As the former slave Philemon is urged to forgive a thief and welcome him as a brother in Christ, so should we.
Daniel and Esther lived in exile in foreign lands, where people had never heard of the God of Israel. God intentionally placed them in these places for these times.
See how God used Daniel in unique ways to protect His people and exalt His name. Examine the details and overriding themes of the book of Daniel.
The once clear boundaries between men and women have become confused and we see its effects on marriages, families and churches.
"Divine Design" calls us back to God's original intent for men and women. John MacArthur tackles big issues while exploring the innate differences between men and women.
Solomon becomes the king of Israel after his father David, and is given the gift of wisdom. As he struggles to put his knowledge into practice, see how the nation of Israel changes during his reign.
Paul's letter to the church at Ephesus challenges this group of believers to protect themselves from the surrounding pagan city, and to live holy lives founded in God's grace and love.
Learn about this historical time for the nation of Israel, as you study the life of Moses, the Ten Commandments, and the nation's struggle to enter the Promised Land.
Discover mothers of faith such as Eve, Sarah, Hagar, Jochebed, Hannah, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, Huldah, Mary, the mother of John Mark, and Eunice.
As the people of Israel return to Jerusalem from their time of exile in Babylon, challenges await them. Examine the details and overriding themes of Ezra and Nehemiah.
Learn basic biblical truths from these 13 lessons as you establish a solid biblical foundation for your Christian life.
Paul encourages Christians to remain steadfast in their faith. Examine the details and overriding themes of Galatians.
The first eleven chapters of the Bible address issues like creation, pain and suffering in the world, and includes the first covenant between God and man.
Learn about Abraham, the first patriarch of the nation of Israel and his wife, Sarah, and sons, Jacob and Esau. Examine the details and overriding themes of Genesis 12-33.
As you learn about Jacob and his twelve sons, see how God used this family to display His providence, judgment and mercy. Examine the details and overriding themes of Genesis 34-50.
Our pictures of heaven range from comical to curious, mystical to fictitious, with bits of biblical truth thrown in. See the wonders of heaven and the truth about angels and eternal life.
An explanation of the prophetic words of Isaiah 53, verse by verse, highlighting important connections to the history of Israel and the New Testament.
John MacArthur asks, "What does it really mean to be saved?" He urges readers to understand that their conversion was more than a mere point in time. It also includes a lifetime of obedience.
Taken from John MacArthur's book "A Tale of Two Sons," "Grace for You" looks at the dynamics of Jesus' parable of the prodigal son.
The high calling Jesus has on His followers is not always a popular message for today.It is important for those who want to live a life pleasing to the Lord -- not easy but worth it.
As you learn more about Christ as the high priest, accessible to all believers, you will see His model for daily worship, walk and witness. Examine the details and overriding themes of Hebrews.
The kings of Israel reigned during a time of conflict with other nations and the prophets of the Lord. Examine this book, and learn the details and overriding themes of Elijah and the kings of Israel.
To state that the Word of God is inerrant means that the Bible is completely true and without error. Learn why people are denying the whole truthfulness of God's Word today.
A key leader in the church at Jerusalem, James compassionately challenged early believers to consistently live out their faith. Examine the details and overriding themes of James.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at some of the "less popular" traits of Jesus. This study guide reminds you of His majesty and righteousness.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at some of the "less popular" traits of Jesus. These traits will remind you of His majesty and righteousness.
In this gospel, see how John lifts up Jesus as the Word, the Messiah and the Son of God. Examine this entire book of John, and learn its details and overriding themes.
See how God's faithfulness to His people reaches odd places, as they are saved from the consequences of sin. Examine the entirity of these books, and learn the details and overriding themes of Jonah, Amos and Hosea.
As the people of Israel enter the Promised Land, you'll see numerous victories and challenges among this nation. Examine the details and overriding themes of Joshua, Judges and Ruth.
In these books, God gives His people a vision of a promised land and establishes a covenant and precepts for them to live by and follow. Examine the details and overriding themes of Leviticus and Deuteronomy.
This was a hard time for God's people, as they decide to divide their loyalty between God and pagan deities. Examine how Israel lost the Promised Land in this study of Ellisha and the kings of Judah.
This gospel highlights Jesus' parables, teachings, healings and compassion to the outcasts of the people of Israel. Examine the details and overriding themes of the book of Luke.
Israel wanted a king just like the other nations, and they demanded God provide them with one. Despite warnings from Samuel, the people insisted, and got more than they bargained for.
Look at Jesus' humanity as He shows God's power in healing, performing miracles, casting out demons and raising the dead. Examine the details and overriding themes of Mark.
As Matthew was once a tax collector, he experienced a radical conversion, followed Christ, and proved that Jesus is the promised Messiah. Examine the details and overriding themes of Matthew.
Learn how Nehemiah obeyed the Lord and helped the people of Israel rebuild the wall around Jerusalem following their return from exile in Babylon.
John MacArthur provides Biblical answers to questions on evangelism. He covers attitude, preparedness, content and priority in witnessing to others.
Read the complete story of Jesus Christ, from Genesis to Revelation.
As Jesus told parables so His people would understand His message about the kingdom of God, this book unpacks the parables of Jesus during His ministry.
Paul writes this letter to the Philippians from a prison cell, and challenges the people to watch out for self-sufficiency and complacency. Examine the details and overriding themes of Philippians.
John MacArthur uses additional historical context to expand on the parable of the prodigal son.
As the people of Israel demand to have a king like the other nations, look at the historical precedent set in these Scriptures.
John MacArthur calls out today's churches regarding the necessity of Biblical and doctrinal truth. Very applicable to our times when society as a whole can be hostile to anyone declaring moral absolutes.
Stand firm in the Christian faith and remain faithful to the end of your life. This book challenges pastors to emulate Paul's perseverance in ministry.
Look at David's struggle to establish his throne, while dealing with sin and repentance. Learn the details and overriding themes of this man after God's own heart.
The apostle John wrote the book of Revelation as a letter to the early churces in Asia Minor. As Christians have been confused and encouraged by this revelation of the end times, you study this entire book.
Learn how to discern Biblical perspectives and worldviews when faced with the influence of secular thinking. Use the topical reference guide of Bible verses to address specific concerns.
As we read about God's grace, truth and redemption in Paul's letter to the Romans, we are challenged to see the essential truths from God about the Christian life outlined in this book.
Learn about these two important women in the Old Testament, as God used them to further His name amongst His people. Examine the entirity of these books, and learn the details and overriding themes of Ruth and Esther.
"Saved Without a Doubt" examines the true nature of salvation and encourages readers to rest in Christ's grace.
"The Scripture Cannot Be Broken" is a defense of the inerancy of Scripture. John MacArthur has compiled essays by respected 20th century Christian leaders to help churches stand alongside our spiritual forefathers.
Jesus wants us to know the signs of the times, to remain watchful and be ready for Him to return again. Study the Olivet Discourse to learn how to live expectantly until He comes again.
Look at the personality, works and deity of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit leads and empowers every believer, as explained in "The Silent Shepherd".
John MacArthur shows us from scripture Christ's character, glory and love for His followers. "A Simple Christianity" helps believers better understand their salvation and their Savior.
"We have been bought with a price. We belong to Christ. We are His own possession." How a cover-up of a word in a Bible translation can change the way we live out our faith.
Be encouraged to stand strong as you face spiritual challenges. "Standing Strong" is a biblically based approach to spiritual warfare.
Trace the history of pentecostal revivals to modern day. Learn about the unbiblical nature and unbalanced doctrine of this movement.
Treatise on a Biblical worldview by the Master's University faculty, edited by John MacArthur.
In his verse-by-verse exposition of the Bible, John MacArthur is known for his teaching. This is a collection of twelve of his classic sermons.
John MacArthur shows how God can use ordinary men to accomplish His extraordinary plan by taking a look at 12 men from the Bible.
John MacArthur takes a closer look at 12 people from the Bible and expands on how God can use anyone He chooses.