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When I Get Married . . .: Surrendering the Fantasy, Embracing the Reality - eBook
NAV Press / 2009 / ePub
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Find out if your expectations of marriage are actually hurting your relationship. Explore the 10 most common and destructive marriage myths and get biblical truth to replace them. In When I Get Married, Jerusha Clark exposes destructive misconceptions about marriage. Whether you're single, married, or engaged, this book will challenge your thoughts and strengthen your relationships. Paperback.
After the excitement of the wedding comes the reality of marriage. Are you ready?
This book by best-selling author Jerusha Clark explores the 10 most common and destructive marriage misconceptions. Find out if your expectations of marriage are actually hurting your relationship by examining your thoughts on money, sex, God's will, children, love, and contentment.
Women of all ages and their relationships can benefit from this honest dialogue.
Digesting Jerusha Clarks When I Get Married might take you longer than the average meal at Olive Garden. Within its pages, the author of Every Thought Captive and The Life You Crave takes a good, wordy look at 10 myths women often fall prey to believing about marriage. Unlike books such as Captivating or Sheet Music, which focus on a specific issue, When I Get Married covers such a greater spectrum of topics that takes time to absorb. Its not a book you knock off in one sitting.
Myths covered (or should I say, uncovered) include Ill Always Feel Loved, I Wont Feel Lonely Anymore, Sex Wont Be an Issue Anymore, and It Will Be Forever. Jerusha references many other books throughout these chapters, citing the wisdom of authors who have written in depth on these topics. The interviews she includes in each chapter as told in first person by the women being interviewed are particularly interesting and always pertain to the topic at hand. Each chapter also closes with some thoughts for discussion and scriptural tie-ins. For example, Psalm 56:8 is used as a reminder that the Lord remembers our sorrows.
In spite of all the content and research that obviously went into When I Get Married, I found myself wanting more. Ive enjoyed the writing of Shanti Feldhahn and other women who write to the female heart. When I Get Married is written intellectually, almost logically. It lacks a strong, unique voice since it relies so predominantly on others and covers so much material that its difficult to process. Jerusha Clark has put forth a strong effort in When I Get Married and although this one cant be considered a lightweight book, it would make a wonderful pre-marriage study that could be drawn out over several months. Getting married deserves some serious time for thought, and so does this book. Lauren Richwine, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
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