15 Wayne Mack Quotes

  • "Becoming mature Christians will require the sovereign work of God. Only God can save and sanctify. Still, God uses men and means. Certainly we as parents must seek to bring our children to Jesus Christ for salvation. But salvation is not the end of the journey. It is only the beginning. The destination toward which we are headed with our children is nothing less than maturity in Christ."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Children, Salvation


  • "Though it may seem a completely unloving thing to put someone out of the fellowship of the church, Jesus commanded us to do this when someone refuses to repent of his or her sin... In reality, since Jesus commanded it, it would be unloving not to do it."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Church, Rebellion


  • "Church membership is not an incidental or optional matter for the Christian. Rather, it's an essential and important aspect of the Christian life. According to Scripture, being a part of a local church brings with it tremendous privileges, and serious responsibilities, that can be fulfilled in no other way."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Church


  • "Wherever you find marital failure, you will find a breakdown in real communication. Wherever you find marital success, you will find a good communication system."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage


  • "Knowledge of facts is important. Knowledge of truth is essential. Yet our Lord's concern goes beyond mere head knowledge. He wants us not only to know the truth but also to obey the truth. He wants us to live the truth, practice the truth, and be conformed to and transformed by that truth."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Knowledge, Truth


  • "Marriage is a total commitment and a total sharing of the total person with another person until death."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage, Commitment


  • "Scripture speaks very clearly to the fact that identification with God's people in a formal, public way was considered essential in...New Testament times... A careful study of the New Testament doesn't reveal even a hint of any believer who was truly saved, but not part of a local church."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Church


  • "The Lord commands the wife to be submissive. Refusal to submit to the husband is therefore rebellion against God Himself. Submission to the husband is a test of her love for God as well as a test of love for her husband. The wife then must look upon her submission to her husband as an act of obedience to Christ and not merely to her husband."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage, Submission


  • "Becoming one flesh is a broad concept involving the totality of life. The context of Genesis 2 and the teaching of the rest of the Bible about marriage demand this. At the same time, it is generally recognized that there is no place where this total sharing is more beautifully pictured or fully experienced than in the sexual relationship of the man and his wife."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage


  • "The church, as defined by the Word of God, is a group of Christians who dedicate themselves to meeting together for the regular preaching of the Word of God; who submit themselves to biblical eldership; who regularly celebrate the ordinances of the church (baptism and the Lord's Supper); and who practice and submit themselves to church discipline as laid out in Scripture."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Church


  • "The plain, unvarnished truth is that every one of us needs the accountability that comes from formal, regular, intimate relationships with other godly people."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Relationships


  • "Fifty-fifty marriages are an impossibility. They do not work. They cannot work. In marriage someone has to be the final decision maker. Someone has to delegate responsibility, and God has ordained that this should be the husband."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage


  • "According to the Bible, the marriage act is more than a physical act. It is an act of sharing. It is an act of communion. It is an act of total self-giving wherein the husband gives himself completely to the wife, and the wife gives herself to the husband in such a way that the two actually become one flesh."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Marriage, Giving


  • "Controlled anger against sin and genuine love may dwell in the same heart at the same time and be directed toward the same person. It is legitimate for us to be angry with our children over genuine disobedience. At the same time, we must not express that anger in sinful ways (yelling, screaming, nastiness, irritation, etc.) but in loving ways for the good of our children."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Anger, Children


  • "In my opinion, the idea that we should postpone generous giving (to the church) until our debts are paid or until we get a raise or until the children are grown up or until we have bought a house is contrary to Scripture. We may be able to give more then, but we ought to give generously now."

    - Wayne Mack
    Topics: Giving



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