1. Divine Mercy for the Blasphemers (Mark 15:22-32) John MacArthur

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    http://www.gty.org/Resources/Sermons/41-81 Now we are in Mark chapter 15 and today is going to be a special day, both this morning and evening. We're going to be looking at the portion of Scripture that begins in verse 22 and describes the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. I want to read to you verses 22 down through verse 39. "Then they brought Him to the place, Golgotha, which is translated, 'Place of a Skull.' They tried to give Him wine mixed with myrrh, but He did not take it. And they crucified Him and divided up His garments among themselves, casting lots for them to decide what each man should take. It was the third hour when they crucified Him. The inscription of the charge against Him read, 'The King of the Jews.' They crucified two robbers with Him, one on His right and one on His left. And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, 'And He was numbered with transgressors.' Those passing by were hurling abuse at Him, wagging their heads, and saying, 'Ha, You who are going to destroy the temple and rebuild it in three days, save Yourself, and come down from the cross.'...

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    • Why Did God Choose Abraham? (Hebrews 11) John MacArthur

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      http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com By faith Abraham, when he was called, obeyed by going out to a place which he was to receive for an inheritance; and he went out, not knowing where he was going. (11:8) It was not Abraham’s plan to leave Ur and then Haran, and eventually settle in the land of Canaan. In fact, when he left Ur he had no idea where he was going. He was called by God, and only God knew what was in store for him. In the Greek, he was called is a present participle, and the translation could be, “when he was being called.” In other words, as soon as he understood what God was saying, he started packing. It was instant obedience. It may have taken several days, or even weeks or months, to make final preparation for the trip, but in his mind he was already on the way. From then on, everything he did revolved around obeying God’s call....

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      • How Did Grace to You Radio Get Started? (John MacArthur)

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        http://www.gty.org/video/interviews/INT-GTY-01 Johns pulpit ministry has been extended around the globe through his media ministry, Grace to You, and its satellite offices in Australia, Canada, Europe, India, New Zealand, Singapore, and South Africa. In addition to producing daily radio programs for nearly 2,000 English and Spanish radio outlets worldwide, Grace to You distributes books, software, CDs, and MP3s by John MacArthur.

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        • How Christ Loves His Own (John 13:1) John MacArthur

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          http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-375 For just a brief meditation tonight, I want to draw your attention to the thirteenth chapter of John, thirteenth chapter when our Lord on the last night He was with His disciples, gathered with them in the Upper Room, a familiar portion of Scripture. This event in the Upper Room covers 13, 14, 15 and 16 of the gospel of John. But I want us to look at the opening few statements. According to verse 1, it is before the feast of the Passover. It is actually on Thursday night of Passion Week, "Jesus knowing that His hour had come, that He would depart out of this world to the Father, having loved His own who were in the world, He loved them to the end."...

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          • Sinner, Seeker and Savior (John MacArthur)

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            • Clinging to Jesus (John 20) John MacArthur

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              http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com With a single word, Jesus opened Mary's eyes. He merely spoke her name (cf. 10:3--4, 27), "Mary!" and in a flash all of her doubt, confusion, and sorrow vanished. Recognizing Jesus in that moment, she turned and said to Him in Hebrew, "Rabboni!" (which means, Teacher). Rabboni is a strengthened form of "Rabbi," and was used as a title to express great honor and supreme reverence (cf. Mark 10:51). Overcome with a profound mix of joy and relief, Mary fell at His feet. Like the other women had done (Matt. 28:9), she clung to Jesus, prompting Him to say to her, Stop clinging to Me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father. Having found Him again beyond her wildest hopes, she did not want to lose Him. Her physical grasp symbolized her desire to secure His presence permanently. But He would be physically present for only a brief time, forty days (Acts 1:3), after which He would ascend to the Father. How much knowledge she had of what Jesus had promised in the upper room is not known. But perhaps she had been told by the apostles that He said He was going to the Father to send the Holy Spirit (14:16--18; 16:7), so He said nothing about that, only that He could not stay, but must ascend...

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              • Jesus Over All: Calming the Storm, #1b

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                http://www.gty.org/Radio Seems every few months a new book or television special goes looking for the so-called historical Jesus. The result? A picture of Jesus that is far from the bold, unstoppable, awe-inspiring and life-changing person John MacArthur shows you.

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                • Why We Believe While Others Reject, Part 2 (John MacArthur)

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                  What will convince skeptics the Bible's true? A scientific discovery, a prophecy fulfilled, an amazing archeological find? Is that a question you should even ask . . . does it matter if you can't convince people the Bible's true? http://www.gty.org/Radio

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                  • Jonah 1:1-2 - Tom Drion

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                    • Abundant Life (John 10) John MacArthur

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                      http://www.macarthurcommentaries.com Since the religious leaders had failed to understand His first figure of speech, Jesus said to them again, “Truly, truly, I say to you, I am the door of the sheep.” Sometimes the shepherd slept in the opening of the sheepfold to guard the sheep. No one could enter or leave except through him. In Jesus’ metaphor He is the door through which the sheep enter the safety of God’s fold and go out to the rich pasture of His blessing. It is through Him that lost sinners can approach the Father and appropriate the salvation He provides; Jesus alone is “the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through [Him]” (14:6; cf. Acts 4:12; 1 Cor. 1:30; 3:11; 1 Tim. 2:5). Only Jesus is the true source of the knowledge of God and salvation, and the basis for spiritual security. The Lord’s assertion, “All who came before Me are thieves and robbers,” does not, of course, include Israel’s true spiritual leaders (such as Moses, Joshua, David, Solomon, Ezra, Nehemiah, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel, among many others). Jesus was referring to Israel’s false shepherds—her wicked kings, corrupt priests, false prophets, and pseudo-messiahs. However, the true sheep did not hear them; they did not heed them and were not led astray by them (see the discussion of vv. 4 and 5 above). Then Jesus reiterated the vital truth of verse 7: “I am the door;” and He added the promise, “If anyone enters through Me, he will be saved” from sin and hell. Christ’s sheep will experience God’s love, forgiveness, and salvation; they will go in and out freely, always having access to God’s blessing and protection, and never fearing any harm or danger. They will find satisfying pasture as the Lord feeds them (cf. Ps. 23:1–3; Ezek. 34:15) on His Word (cf. Acts 20:32). In utter contrast to the thieving false shepherds who, like their father the devil (8:44) came only to steal and kill and destroy the sheep, Jesus came that they may have spiritual and eternal life (cf. John 5:21; 6:33, 51–53, 57; Rom. 6:4; Gal. 2:20; Eph. 2:1, 5; Col. 2:13), and have it abundantly. Perissos (abundantly) describes something that goes far beyond what is necessary. The matchless gift of eternal life exceeds all expectation (cf. John 4:10 with 7:38; see also Rom. 8:32; 2 Cor. 9:15)...

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