Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: There are many unmarried people today in and outside of the church who would like to find that special person and get married. One thing that I have always found interesting is the fact that most have never studied the subject. We go to school and study many different subjects, receive training from companies we've worked for, and have play books associated with sports teams, but we think marriage is something we intuitively understand. Many people who have been in a lawyer's office or stood before a judge when facing divorce clearly know marriage takes more than an inward knowing, it takes work. It was no different in Jesus' day and it is through Him that He helps us with the understanding of marriage and how we shouldn't have too much focus on pursuing it. Codice inventario libreria
Riassunto: First Comes Love; The Unmarried Guide to Finding Love, provides insightful information that can be used by men and women desiring to find their life mate. It also answers many questions that the unmarried have asked for years about their relationship to God and kingdom living. The unmarried should develop a personal relationship that will provide the pathway to finding their covenant mate. Mentorship is a very important part of this process and this book will help fulfill some of the information needed until the physical mentor appears.
About the Author: Bishop Larry Jackson, founding pastor, Bethel Outreach International Church, Charlotte, NC. He is the founder of Frontliners Ministries which includes the Breastplate Prayer Movement International www.breatplateprayer.org and The True Value of a Woman www.truevalueofawoman.com. He is the author of several books, including The True Value of a Woman, The Power is in the Closet, Knowing God by the Numbers, Numbered with the Transgressors, Guilt Free Living, and Beyond Reconciliation.
Condizione libro: New
Descrizione libro Breastplate Prayer Publications, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria M0985768762