John MacArthur Product Guide
The MacArthur's NT Commentaries Collection 10 (29 Vols.) is an essential collection of commentaries for studying what influential speaker and teacher John MacArthur has written on the New Testament. It includs his newest volumes on John 12-21 and 1–3 John.
Few individuals have had such an overwhelming and comprehensive influence on evangelical Christianity as John MacArthur, Jr. He has written hundreds of books and study guides each thoroughly biblical and practical. This bundle brings together ninety-eight titles from this esteemed preacher and Bible teacher and provides a wealth of Bible study materials.
In Alone with God John MacArthur, Jr. explores the anatomy of effective prayer and presents a biblical model. A powerful tool for greater fervency and frequency in your communion with the Lord.
Anxiety Attacked goes beyond modern, temporary cures by returning us to our only true source of comfort. John MacArthur compassionately demonstrates, from Scripture, God's concern about our anxious situations.
The message of this book is one that today's Church dare not ignore. It offers a warning that can make the difference for an entire congregation between walking in the light or living in the dark.
MacArthur writes on more than 60 traits every leader needs. These elements of character form the framework from which MacArthur details the qualifications and responsibilities of effective leaders.
John MacArthur gets to the heart of the matter by asking the questions most Americans choose to ignore: "Should God bless America?" and "Is America deserving of blessing?"
Dr. MacArthur helps the reader discover and understand the beauty, balance, and benefits of God's unique role for men and women in the home and church family.
In First Love John MacArthur, Jr. asserts that what's been lost can be found. This book can help you restore the fire and conviction of your first love for Christ by helping you develop a clearer understanding of His character, His glory, and His love for you.
Come along with this best-selling author for an in-depth look at where you'll spend eternity. Open up The Glory of Heaven—and catch a glimpse of Home.
Packed with Scripture references and day-to-day applications, this fascinating book is sure to enhance your worship and compel you to praise!
MacArthur unravels the intricacies of the event that changed the face of human history: the birth of Christ.
In The God Who Loves, John MacArthur gives a passionate, well-argued defense for who The God Who Loves is—and who he is.
In contrast to the superficiality of much modern Christian teaching, Dr. John MacArthur serves up the unvarnished truth of what Christ taught and lived.
In contrast to the superficiality of much modern Bible teaching, Dr. John MacArthur uncovers the unvarnished truth of what Christ really taught.
In How to Meet the Enemy, John MacArthur explores the origin of spiritual warfare, its present reality, and what our response should be. He also takes a detailed look at each piece of spiritual armor-which he points out is primarily defensive, not offensive, in nature.
During the final hours before his crucifixion, Jesus taught His apostles and, consequently, all believers throughout history, How to Survive In a World of Unbelievers.
Although some of the standards by which we should live seem impossible, God not only gave us principles to live by, but also provided us with examples to follow. Dr. MacArthur examines the lives of faithful men and women, showing that a life of faith and victory–a godly life–is more than possible, it's a reality.
This volume is the perfect manual for instructing the willing servant how to counsel from God's Word. This basic guide to the principles and practices of counseling will reinforce your confidence in the sufficiency, superiority, and practicality of Scripture for dealing with all the issues of life.
Some contemporary church leaders fancy themselves as businessmen, media figures, entertainers, psychologists, philosophers, or lawyers. Yet those notions contrast sharply with the symbolism Scripture employs to depict spiritual leaders. Follow along as MacArthur explores the nature of biblical leadership.
The passion of Christ is examined chronologically through the lens of the New Testament with attention given to Jesus' words on the cross, the miracle that attended the cruxifixion, and the significance of Christ's atoning work.
John MacArthur examines the Beatitudes, challenging believers to heed the urgency of our Lord's call to discipleship and awakening us to our profound privilege as citizens of a heavenly kingdom.
MacArthur asserts that the church's growing infatuation with psychology, show-business techniques, and extreme mysticism has left the church tacitly acquiescing to the notion that Christ alone is simply not sufficient to meet people's real needs.
MacArthur discusses thirteen fundamental attitudes of Christian character that Scripture teaches all genuine followers of Christ must possess and must be continually developing. It is not an exhaustive list, but each attitude is essential for mature Christian behavior.
Drawing from spiritual examples of godly men who modeled integrity during severe testing, MacArthur makes a compelling case for the impact a man or woman of integrity can have in our world. A helpful study guide for individuals or groups is included.
John MacArthur discusses the reasons trials come our way and how believers can learn valuable lessons from God as a result of suffering. Strengthening your faith in the refiner's fire for everyone who has ever faced profound trials, physical or spiritual, and found themselves asking "Where is God in the midst of the pain?"
Scripture and reason—the two together comprise the formula for true discernment. Yet in many American churches, reason has been abandoned for something more digestible; faith that feels good.
Rediscovering Expository Preaching aims toward the goal of motivating and equipping this and the next generation of Christian leaders to provide wholesome spiritual nourishment for God's people from His Word.
Many pastors and churches are buying into today's consumer-oriented culture and losing sight of a higher biblical calling. This volume offers insights from a team of pastors and scholars, examining the essentials of what a pastor is to be and to do.
What happens to children—those unborn, stillborn, or youngsters—when they die? Can you hope to see them again? Can you let go of your fear and guilt? Can God's love soothe a wound so jagged?
John MacArthur carefully examines the biblical texts affirming the forever quality of salvation, but does not ignore the troubling passages that seem to indicate otherwise.
MacArthur presents principles of biblical parenting clearly and carefully to help parents make sense of their duties before God and bring up their children in the ways of the Lord.
In The Truth War, John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God's Truth and anchors Christians in the eternal, immovable promises that are found in His Word.
In The Truth War Study Guide, John MacArthur reclaims the unwavering certainty of God's Truth and anchors Christians in the eternal, immovable promises that are found in His Word.
In this volume, you'll learn more than fascinating information about these women, you'll discover the unmistakable chronology of God's redemptive work in history through their lives. These women were not ancillary to His plan, they were at the very heart of it.
Drawing from both the Old and New Testaments, Dr. MacArthur highlights a wide range of heroines, including Anna, Eve, Hanna, Lazarus' sisters Martha and Mary, Mary Magdalene, Mary, mother of Jesus, Rahab, Ruth, and many more.
Contrary to popular belief, we do not have to be perfect to do God's work. Look no further than the twelve disciples whose many weaknesses are forever preserved throughout the pages of the New Testament.
Pointing to the lives of the disciples—twelve ordinary men through whom God worked extraordinary things—John MacArthur presents a pattern that modern disciples can follow.
The more readers experience the message and meaning of God's Word, the more they will hunger for it. As Dr. MacArthur says in his Foreword, "God's Word is not only the thing that satisfies my appetite, but it also arouses an even deeper hunger for more."
In a world obsessed with self-esteem and moral tolerance, talk of sin and guilt is taboo. This timeless work is a powerful indictment against worldly attitudes toward sin and guilt, and a potent reminder of how to deal with sin's presence in our lives.
When you become part of God's family you encounter new expectations, privileges, vocabulary, and more. MacArthur shows new Christians how to process all this and “plug in” to the church.
In What the Bible Says About Parenting, pastor/teacher John MacArthur presents time-proven principles of biblical parenting clearly and carefully to help parents make sense of their duties before God and to bring up their children in the ways of the Lord.
MacArthur illustrates through Scripture that, regardless of the numerous failures of secular government, believers are to pray and seek to influence the world for Christ by godly living under that authority.
The book is centered around 6 key principles: objectivity, rationality, veracity, authority, incompatibility and integrity. In the ultimate apologetic, John MacArthur presents a case for Christianity that serves as a logical explanation as much as a solid defense.
With The MacArthur Study Bible you will have help understanding difficult passages, simplifying complex doctrines, and bridging important culture, geography, history, and language gaps.
Designed for beginning students as well as seasoned scholars, The MacArthur Topical Bible is based on the ever-popular New King James Version, and is useful with all Bible translations. Next to the Bible this is the best companion a Christian can have for in-depth study for thousands of spiritual subjects.
The MacArthur Bible Handbook is the ultimate book-by-book survey of the Bible, including charts, graphs, and illustrations from today's leading expository teacher. This reference tool is committed to quality and biblical teaching , it will help you easily understand each book of the Bible, its historical context, and its place in Scripture.
How to Study the Bible examines not only how to study the Bible, but why Bible study is so important in every believer's life. The Bible is the Word of life, as well as hope in death.
Drawing Near, used daily in combination with God's Holy Word, will help bring you closer to God and keep you from spiritual stagnation. This book will guide you in a growing relationship with Him.
Draw Strength for Today from your time with God! Combining Scripture, reflections, and in–depth exposition from one of today's best–loved Bible teachers, John MacArthur's daily devotional gives you a firmer grasp of great passages from God's Word, encourages you to apply them to your life.
Be prepared to be encouraged, challenged, energized, and changed as MacArthur offers seasoned wisdom on different passages of Scripture. Perfect for daily readings, this unique gift book is destined to be a treasured classic for years to come.
Ephesians 5:21–6:4 clearly presents the divine pattern of authority, submission, and godly love that is to guide us in our family relationships. Dr. MacArthur will help you understand and apply that pattern so that you may have a more meaningful, rewarding, and fulfilling family life.
With traditional family values in decline and under assault, how can parents convey Godly principles and morals amid competing messages? In The Fulfilled Family, John MacArthur, respected Bible teacher as well as experienced father and grandfather, takes a look at strategy for families as outlined in Ephesians 5 and 6.
Dr. MacArthur discusses major aspects of concern for women in the church as outlined by the apostle Paul: their attitude, appearance, testimony, roles, design, and contribution. This is a thorough study on the important and controversial subject of women in the church.
Where is heaven? Who lives there? If heaven seems abstract to you, here is a book that will bring it down to earth. This book combs the Scriptures to compile these fascinating facts about the paradise God has prepared for his people.
Spiritual Gifts will give you a thorough understanding of the various kinds of gifts, how to use them, and the characteristics of each—because each believer's gifts must be used to glorify God.
MacArthur Bible Studies: 1 Samuel
Samuel, a man of God, shows us clearly how one godly person can influence a whole nation for positive change—a message we desperately need to her today in our world.
When it comes to heroes and heroines, Ruth and Esther are unmatched in the course of history. Facing poverty, social rejection, personal danger, and even death, they show us how God often directly intervenes in the lives of his faithful people.
Three major themes are seen in the Book of Nehemiah: (1) careful attention to the reading of God's word in order to do his will, (2) the constant obedience of Nehemiah, and (3) repeated enemy opposition.
Daniel, the one who is thrown into the lions' den and lives to tell about it, the one whose friends survive the fiery furnace, the one who interprets dreams, the one who defies the king
The book of Mark consists primarily of what the Apostle Peter preached about Jesus Christ. Probably written by John Mark in Italy for the benefit of Roman Christians, it carefully reports the amazing life of Christ.
The gospel of John focuses on Jesus as the World, the Messiah, and the Son of God, who brings the gift of salvation to people. As Christians, we too need to focus on Jesus, who offers us salvation by grace through our faith in him.
Acts provides details of the first three decades of the church's existence–material found nowhere else in the New Testament. To know the roots of your Christianity, you must study the Book of Acts.
The Book of Romans is the presentation of doctrinal truth in the New Testament-doctrines we need to understand in order to live godly lives.
Most of the believers at the Corinth could not consistently separate themselves from their old, selfish, immoral, and worldly ways, which created havoc in the church. It became necessary for Paul to write this first letter to them to correct the problems. But their weaknesses are also our weaknesses.
Paul eloquently presents the case for justification by faith, the heart of the gospel, in his letter to the Galatians. Galatians beautifully reveals the trusted bible teachers, the study of Galatians implants the wondrous grace of God deeply in your heart and life.
Based on the premise, Dr. John MacArthur joins the Apostle Paul, who undoubtedly wrote the book of Ephesians, in helping us to grasp more fully the mysteries of Christianity and the church of Jesus Christ.
The apostle Paul says that if you are a Christian and are living as a believer should, you'll run head on into the Enemy. Paul concludes Ephesians with an impressive list of armor to protect us in the battle against Satan.
The Books of 1 and 2 Timothy shed the light of God into such shadowy corners of church life as false doctrine, disorder in worship, the need for qualified leaders, and materialism. These issues are as vital and frustrating for church leaders today as they were for young Timothy.
The Book of Hebrews is grounded in the work of the Levitical priesthood. The generation of Hebrews receiving this letter had practiced sacrifices at the temple in Jerusalem for a lifetime. Hebrews emphasizes the superiority of Christ's once-for-all, perfect sacrifice over the repeated, imperfect Levitical sacrifices.
In fierce opposition to their ungodly rationalization for sin, James gives five proofs that God is not responsible for our temptations or for our succumbing to sin. He does so by explaining the nature of evil, the nature of man, the nature of lust, the nature of God, and the nature of regeneration.
Tradition says that Peter died during Nero's merciless persecution. Just before his death, Peter probably wrote his second letter to warn the beloved believers in Christ about the false teachers and doctrinal dangers they will be facing without him.
God is in control of all the events of human history, and though evil often seems pervasive and wicked men all-powerful, their ultimate doom is certain. Christ will come in glory to judge and rule, and when He does, faithful Christians will be proclaimed as victorious. That is the message of this fascinating revelation from Jesus Himself.
The MacArthur NT Commentary Collection 9 contains all the MacArthur commentaries listed below and has been formatted for Logos Bible Software Series X (based on the Libronix Digital Library System).
Last Updated: 2/4/2011