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John MacArthur Sermon Archive (3,127 sermons)

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Gain spiritual insight, biblical wisdom, and theological knowledge from beloved pastor and teacher John MacArthur—with more than 3,000 of his sermons. Search within the John MacArthur Sermon Archive to locate his teaching on thousands of specific biblical passages. Examine modern culture from a biblical perspective, and learn how to apply sound doctrinal teaching to contemporary life. Covering nearly five decades of MacArthur’s ministry, the MacArthur Sermon Archive features expository preaching that illuminates the meaning of the Bible and the message of the gospel.

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  • Contains more than 3,000 of MacArthur’s sermons
  • Provides biblically based expository teaching
  • Covers nearly five decades of MacArthur’s ministry
  • Presents biblical teaching on contemporary social issues

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“And so the whole overarching idea here is that the believer under persecution, under unjust treatment, under punishment and even death, even death, should be willing to suffer knowing there is triumph because though he may die in the flesh as a man, he will live in the spirit according to the will of God.” (source)

“God sends trials to humble us. He sends trials to wean us from the world. He sends trials to call us to concentrate on eternal things. He sends trials to reveal to us what we really love. He sends trials to teach us the value of God’s favor and blessing. He sends trials to enable us to help others in their trials. He sends trials to develop in us greater strength for greater usefulness. And one I didn’t mention, sometimes He sends trials to chasten us for our sin and push us toward perfection. But James is concerned with primarily one reason God sends trials and that is to test the genuineness of our faith. As I put it last week, to measure the strength of our faith.” (source)

“It doesn’t mean you have to kill your personality. It doesn’t mean you have to become a robot. It doesn’t mean you have to become boring. It doesn’t mean you never give your opinion. But there needs to be deep down in your heart gentleness, quietness, that hidden part is precious in the sight of God. God prefers a woman like that.” (source)

“You’re not to be submissive if he commands you to do directly that which opposes the Word of God or commands you not to do that which the Word of God does command you to do. But apart from those things for which you are under the command of God, you must submit to your husband. Hupotasso again, line up under him.” (source)

  • Title: John MacArthur Sermon Library
  • Author: John MacArthur
  • Number of Sermons: 3,127
  • Christian Group: Reformed, Evangelicals
  • Resource Type: Sermons
  • Format: Manuscript
  • The Love of God
  • The Sufficiency of God’s Wisdom
  • The Essential Ministry of the Holy Spirit
  • Biblical Inspiration Validated by Prophecy
  • The Doctrine of Election
  • The Doctrine of Perseverance of the Saints
  • The Doctrine of Actual Atonement
  • The Doctrine of Regeneration
  • The Doctrine of God’s Effectual Call
  • The Responsibilities of the Church
  • Fundamental Christian Attitudes
  • The Spiritual Significance of the Resurrection
  • Bible Questions and Answers
  • The Coming Earthly Kingdom of the Lord Jesus Christ
  • Survival Strategy for Apostate Times
  • Marks of a Faithful Preacher
  • Divine Judgment on False Teachers
  • The Christian’s Duty in a Hostile World
  • The Wonder of our Redemption
  • The Qualifications for a Pastor
  • Restoring Biblical Eldership
  • God’s High Calling for Women
  • Work: A Noble Christian Duty
  • The Secret of Contentment
  • Spiritual Contentment
  • The Distinctive Qualities of the True Christian
  • The Pattern of Sanctification
  • A Biblical Model of Giving
  • Separating from Unbelievers
  • Looking at the Face of Jesus
  • And hundreds more!

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The Logos John MacArthur Sermon Archive equips you for better study with cutting-edge functionality and features. Citations link directly to English translations and original-language texts, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. The Topic Guide lets you perform powerful searches to instantly gather relevant biblical texts and resources. Tablet and mobile apps let you take the discussion with you. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

John F. MacArthur

John MacArthur (b. 1939) is a Calvinist theologian, author, editor, and teacher. He is a popular conference speaker and the president of both The Master's College and The Master's Seminary. He has also served as pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California since 1969. Best known for his expository exegesis of the Bible, Logos has collected more than 3,000 of his sermons in the John MacArthur Sermon Archive and offers the complete MacArthur New Testament Commentary.

MacArthur’s pulpit ministry extends around the globe through his media ministry, Grace to You. In addition to producing daily radio programs for nearly 2,000 English and Spanish radio outlets worldwide, Grace to You distributes books, software, and CDs by John MacArthur. He has written hundreds of books and study guides, including the bestselling John MacArthur Essential Bible Study Library and the MacArthur Study Bible. He is also the author of notable titles like Different by Design and Twelve Ordinary Men.


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    I am forced to give this amazing product 4 out of 5 stars not because of John MacArthur but because of how Logos has designed this. @logos @faithlife please fix the following: literally no one looks up a sermon by the year it was preached. Maybe that is how GTY sent the file over to Logos idk, but no one says, "what was that sermon preached in 1974???" People look up sermons according to verse. By arranging this product according to year, instead of by verse you actually make it unsynchable with the Bible which is the whole point of Logos. This sermon archive is one big Bible Commentary and it won't synch to the Bible because instead of being arranged by chapter and verse it's organized from 1969-2014. Epic fail. If it were not for the "Sermon by Reference" at the very bottom of the table of contents, this product would be un-usable. If Logos would spend some time polishing this product up then it would be a 5 star product instead of a 4 star product. Please fix. Thank you for all that you do.
  2. Michael Behrens
    Really like the archive! It only goes to 2014. Will it be updated for 2015 to 2023?
  3. Ray



    I was hoping the audio was here to listen in the car, although over 3000 audio sermons wouldn't fit on my phone, so I'd have to download them anyway- or I can let the app read it, and I can adjust the pitch and speed, and choose from a huge number of voices. That's not perfect, but there are some advantages over an audio archive. Still, if I want to listen to an individual sermon recording, I can use the website link at the end of each sermon. Note that these are word for word transcripts. That may annoy some and appeal to others, or it may vary depending on purpose of use. There are no outlines given. It is 45 years worth of 40 minute sermons, roughly, word for word. Think of the search possibilities. There are also various lengthy indexes. I don't agree with everything John MacArthur says, but I don't know that I can pass that test myself. I do try to argue with him through the radio on occasion, but his decades of scholarship make him one of the preachers I listen to most.



    Loved it!
  5. Michael Scheepers
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  7. Michael Canavan

    Michael Canavan


    It is good, but very wordy with no points or divisions. His commentaries are ten times better than his sermon archive.
  8. Benjamin Marfo
    He is indeed a good teacher
  9. Forrest Cole

    Forrest Cole


  10. Darnell Moffett


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