John MacArthur's Daily Devotional 2022

John MacArthur (May-18-2022) Daily Devotional: Avoiding Prejudice (Bartholomew)

The twelve apostles included "Bartholomew [Nathanael]" (Matt. 10:3).

Prejudice can destroy relationships and prevent people from coming to Christ.

Prejudice is an uncalled-for gen...

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John MacArthur (May-17-2022) Daily Devotional: Overcoming Pessimism (Philip)

The twelve apostles included "Philip" (Matt. 10:3).

Pessimism will blind you to the sufficiency of God’s resources.

It's been said that an optimist sees a glass half full; a pessimis...

John MacArthur (May-16-2022) Daily Devotional: Friendship Evangelism (Philip)

The twelve apostles included "Philip" (Matt. 10:3).

Friendships can provide the most fertile soil for evangelism.

Philip was probably a fisherman and acquainted with Peter, Andrew, ...

John MacArthur (May-15-2022) Daily Devotional: Speaking the Truth in Love (John)

The twelve apostles included "John" (Matt. 10:2).

Seek to maintain a proper balance between truth and love.

Some people picture John as overly sentimental and egotistical, lying ...

John MacArthur (may-14-2022) Daily Devotional: Tempering Zeal with Sensitivity (James, Son of Zebedee)

The twelve apostles included "James the son of Zebedee" (Matt. 10:2).

Zeal without sensitivity can destroy your life and ministry.

There's the story of a No...

John MacArthur (May-13-2022) Daily Devotional: Being Zealous for the Lord (James, Son of Zebedee)

The twelve apostles included "James the son of Zebedee" (Matt. 10:2).

God can use overzealous and ambitious people for His glory.

Like Peter and Andrew, James an...

John MacArthur (May-12-2022) Daily Devotional: Playing Second Fiddle (Andrew)

The twelve apostles included "Andrew" (Matt. 10:2).

Andrew is a picture of all believers who humbly minister behind the scenes.

It's been said that no one likes playing second fiddl...

John MacArthur's Daily Devotional 2022