It has a sound all its own: the clunk of metal in your clothes dryer, a steady drip from under the dishwasher, and any number of bangs, clangs, and rumbles from your car’s engine. What is it, you ask? The sound of money leaving your wallet in the form of unexpected bills.
If you’ve ever lived out one of those scenarios—or if you’ve ever found yourself overwhelmed about finances in general—it’s safe to say you’re not alone. And is it any wonder? It really wasn’t that long ago when $25,000 bought a house, not a car. When you could afford to pay your doctor in cash. When you could fill your gas tank for about five bucks. Why then shouldn’t we worry about being able to pay for what we need?
John MacArthur helps you get a grip on those issues by consulting the wisdom of the premier financial advisor: our Lord Jesus Christ. Join us as we consider, What Did Jesus Really Say About Financial Worry?