For a long time society has been telling us that all we need is love to solve the problems in the world. Popular songs suggest that only love can heal the broken heart and the lonely soul.
But love is easier said than done—especially when the person you’re supposed to love annoys you, gets on your nerves, or simply doesn’t deserve your love. The neighbor who goes out of his way to bother you. The co-worker who gossips about you. The old friend who turns on you. The spouse who doesn’t communicate or who takes advantage of your kindness. What then? How are you supposed to love someone when it’s the last thing you feel like doing?
In Loving Others No Matter What, John MacArthur shows how true biblical love can bridge the gulf between you and the people you have difficulty loving. In this study you’ll learn how to put heaven’s love into action with friends and enemies alike, in spite of how you feel about them.