by Jeff Schreve

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Becoming a World Class Husband (4 of 7)
Series: Home Field Advantage
Pastor Jeff Schreve
1 Peter 3:7

How many in this room have ever heard the name J. Paul Getty, can I see your hand, you've heard of J. Paul Getty? J. Paul Getty was one of the most famous businessmen who ever lived. He was born in 1892 and died in 1976 he was an American industrialist and the founder of the Getty Oil Company. J. Paul Getty was really, really, really good in business. He was one of the first men to ever amass a fortune worth a billion dollars. Just huge success was J. Paul Getty but you know he achieved fame he achieved fortune he achieved all this wealth and he said this, although he was such a winner in the business world he was a bust in the most important place and that was at home. And J. Paul Getty said this "I hate and regret the failure of my marriages I would gladly give all my millions for just one lasting marital success." J. Paul Getty had 5 marriages and 5 divorces and all 5 of his wives ended up hating him. How sad, how sad, that you live your life and you're a billionaire and such a hero in the business world but you're a bust where it counts the most at home and J. Paul Getty, hey take it from him he said "I would have given all my money, all my millions to have had one successful marriage." family, and we want to talk today about this subject, Becoming a World Class Husband, a billionaire husband, a billionaire at home. We talked last week about the women I called that sermon Desperate Housewives. What is a woman who is desperate and unhappy do? What does God say that she can do to make a difference in her marriage? And today we want to talk about the guys. What does God say a guy is to do a husband is to do to make his marriage a billionaire marriage? Now I want to just say this before we get into the Scripture today, lots of times when you talk about what a man needs to do to be a good husband and a world class husband, the men just start to fold their arm ...

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