Dr. John MacArthur Says a Man Saves a Woman From ‘An Unfulfilled Life’ by Marrying Her and He Gets on Young Men by Asking Them What in the World Are You Waiting for in Marrying a Young Woman. Now Even Though Dr. John MacArthur, Who Daniel Whyte III Refers to Not Only as a Pastor and Teacher but a Prophet, Is Going to Catch National Hell for This Statement, He Concurs and He Praises Church Leaders Magazine for Having the Courage to Run This Controversial Article Without Watering It Down. As Mentioned, Daniel Whyte III Concurs With Dr. John MacArthur Because as He Has Said Many Times God Has Designed a Phat Woman to Pull a Young Man Out of His Parents House Into His Own House With His Wife and He Too Has Repeatedly Expressed Concern as to Why Young Men Are Not Going After These Beautiful Women That God Has Made.

Dr. John MacArthur Says a Man Saves a Woman From ‘An Unfulfilled Life’ by Marrying Her and He Gets on Young Men by Asking Them What in the World Are You Waiting for in Marrying a Young Woman. Now Even Though Dr. John MacArthur, Who Daniel Whyte III Refers to Not Only as a Pastor and Teacher but a Prophet, Is Going to Catch National Hell for This Statement, He Concurs and He Praises Church Leaders Magazine for Having the Courage to Run This Controversial Article Without Watering It Down. As Mentioned, Daniel Whyte III Concurs With Dr. John MacArthur Because as He Has Said Many Times God Has Designed a Phat Woman to Pull a Young Man Out of His Parents House Into His Own House With His Wife and He Too Has Repeatedly Expressed Concern as to Why Young Men Are Not Going After These Beautiful Women That God Has Made.

In a recent question and answer session at Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA, pastor John MacArthur said that single men ought to see themselves as the saviors and redeemers of the women who will become their wives, arguing that men save women from an unfulfilled life by marrying them.

MacArthur’s words came in response to the question of a young man named Ben. “I have a question regarding 1 Corinthians 7. So I’ve noticed that many of my brothers and I — all of us meet the 1 Corinthians 7 prerequisite. We are wrestling with God and searching out a woman to potentially be a helpmate,” Ben said.

In the passage that Ben referred to, the apostle Paul instructs the Corinthians that being unmarried allows Christians to devote themselves more fully to ministry but concedes that it would be better to marry than to “burn with passion.”

“I’ve noticed in myself and I’ve heard brothers express this paradox of sorts that we recognize the fact that we have romanticized romance and have, at times, set up this unknown woman as an idol, discontent with what God has given us,” Ben continued. “But we also know that as single men with conscious sexual feelings, it’s not good [for us to be] alone and that God has specifically created us to have a wife.”

Then Ben asked, “So my question is, how do we reconcile these two thoughts in terms of timing?”

“Well, you might be eager to obey the command but can’t find anybody who’s willing to marry you. So there’s always that reality,” MacArthur joked.

After the laughter of the crowd died down, MacArther gave Ben a more serious answer, saying, “This is a really important question, Ben, because marriage is the grace of life. Marriage is the most fulfilling relationship in life on every possible front. And this particular culture we live in today has postponed that more and more. It seems like every year the average marriage age gets older and older and older and older.”

“And this puts tremendous pressure on young people to maintain purity when they have reached the age where they would desire to be married and desire to start a family,” MacArthur continued. “So all I can do is to exhort Christian people not to get caught up in what you said — not to get caught up in the perfections that this society drags in front of you which are not related to reality.”

MacArthur then referred to Ephesians 5, wherein Paul uses the relationship between Christ and the Church to illustrate the selflessness that should characterize spouses’ relationship to one another.

“You have to look at yourself in the way that Paul described marriage in Ephesians 5. He basically says that a husband is like a savior to his wife. That’s essentially what it says,” MacArthur said.

Then seeming to imply that women do not experience love and fulfillment apart from marriage, MacArthur said, “And I think the burden really lies with men to see themselves as those who rescue women from loneliness, who rescue women from being in an unfulfilled life, from being in a place where they aren’t protected, they aren’t provided for, they aren’t cared for, they aren’t loved, they aren’t given the opportunity to have children.”

“So from what I would experience in our society, it’s the men that have to step up,” MacArthur continued. “And I honestly do not know what in the world they are waiting for. I have threatened many times to line up all the single women on one side, all the single men on the other side and assign you a wife.”

You can listen to MacArthur’s full question and answer session here.

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Source: Church Leaders, By Dale Chamberlain