January 2016 ( 7 of 10 ) Series : The Portrait of a New Life Monday, January 4 – Off with the Old, On with the New, Part 1 A typical portrait captures an instant in time . . . a paint - and - canvas look at what someone once looked like on the outside. But the portrait of the Christian life is quite another piece of artwork . . . as y ou’ll see, Monday/tomorrow/today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur. Join us at (Time:___) right here on (Station:___). Tuesday, January 5 – Off with the Old, On with the New, Part 1 You could call it the pagan highway . . . the path most of the world is on. And even though Christ saves believers from that road, the on - ramps can be tempting. Learn how to steer clear of those temptations , Tuesday /tomorrow/today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur . J oin us at (Time:___) here on (Station:___)! Wedn esday, January 6 – Off with the Old, On with the New, Part 2 They say clothes make the man . . . that appearance really counts. Well, if what you wear really does say a lot about you . . . what are those around you learning about you from your spiritual w ardrobe ? Consider that, Wednesday/tomorrow/today on GRACE TO YOU with John MacArthur. Join us at (Time:___), here on (Station:___)! Thursday, January 7 – Off with the Old, On with the New, Part 2 Florence Nightingale said that from age 24, there was n ever “any vagueness ... as to what God’s work was for [her].” If your life doesn’t have a sense of purpose like that, you’ll find a lot to consider, Thursday/tomorrow/today on GRACE TO YOU, with John MacArthur. Join us at (Time:___), right here on (Station: ___)! Friday, January 8 – Principles of New Life , Part 1 Thomas Jefferson once said, “When angry, count ten before you speak. If very angry, count to a hundred.” Good advice . . . but let me urge you to consider something more important about anger — so mething every Christian needs to hear .
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