If someone were attacking you and a policeman arrived on the scene . . . you’d expect the officer to protect you . . . stop the attack . . . and arrest your assailant. Similarly, there’s a certain reaction that’s expected,even demanded, of you—not just when you’re wronged—but also when you wrong someone else. What is it?John MacArthur answers that on GRACE TO YOU.
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