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The Qualities of True Love, Part 3 A

Our culture loudly protests its ideologies of love—that its an overwhelming sensation versus a purposed attitude and actions, that you should learn to love yourself more. But what is love’s true nature? John MacArthur gives answers today on “Grace to You.”

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Find out how you can be at peace with God for eternity as John MacArthur shows you fifteen words that sum up the most powerful truth in all of Scripture.
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