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When my dad married her, he thought she was normal. That is, until they were driving to their honeymoon destination and she made him bypass the hotel where they were supposed to stay because she thought people were following her there ...

Author: Stormie Omartian

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736931717

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Stormie Omartian’s bestselling books on prayer and marriage have touched millions of readers in a life–changing way. The Power of Prayer to Change Your Marriage helps husbands or wives pray to protect their relationship from 14 serious problems that can lead to unsatisfying marriages or even divorce. For those who are already struggling in these areas, this book will help them find healing and restoration. Readers will learn how to pray about everything from communication breakdown to struggles with finances and raising children misplaced priorities to anger, unforgiveness, and sexual frustration pornography and infidelity to depression and addictions No stranger to struggles in her 34 years of marriage, Stormie looks at these topics and more in the straightforward, hopeful manner readers have come to trust. As always, readers will find Bible verses and personal prayers they can use as powerful resources to help their marriages last a lifetime. Previously published as Praying Through the Deeper Issues of Marriage
2009-01-01 By Stormie Omartian

Keep on standing for your marriage, and don't receive people's lies against your marriage. Release God's best over your marriage. It shall be successful. The husband's greatest desire is to be respected by his wife, while the wife's ...

Author: Ernest J. Murat

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781532023972

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 82

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As Christians, what do we know about marriage? We know that marriage is Gods appointed, loving union between a man and a woman, and that this divine union is something God ordained for his children since the very beginning. But marriage is certainly about more. We should know that marriage takes a lot of sacrifice and compromisemarriage can be hard work! And marriage is also about faith, hope, trust, love, and patience. In Quitting on Your Marriage Is Not an Option, authors Ernest and Jeanne Murat share personal testimonies that speak to their twenty-five year journey as husband and wifea journey that can inspire and help newlyweds, married couples, and even those just thinking about marriage. With hope and inspiration from the Holy Spirit, Ernest and Jeanne explain just what it takes to have a successful, loving marriage that honors God and helps each spouse be the very best partner he or she can be. Making marriage work is a learning process, and it takes patience and willingness, but making Jesus the center of your relationship will help you and your spouse enjoy your marriage the most. He is alive and can revive or renew your marriage lifeyou need only to have faith and believe, and then be willing to know that nothing is impossible for those who believe in a true God. With his guidance and with faith, you will feel like you want to fall in love with your spouse all over again.
2017-05-16 By Ernest J. Murat

... then by another prayer and declaration her son will live again. This was wisdom, she never gave up. This is what you need, wisdom. Wise people never give up. Your husband will change, he will respect you, he will love you.

Author: Jacobinah Mathabang Motlomelo

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781524682415

Category: Religion

Page: 92

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This book has three parts. Part I is titled Building Your Marriage, Part II is titled Protecting Your Marriage and Part III titled Winning Back Her Trust. This book is not only important for married couples, but is also very helpful for people planning to get married.

is much more a “husband thing” than a “wife thing,” and someone could probably earn a doctorate studying and writing about this phenomenon. ... If your date is a wonderful person the kids will love her.

Author: Dennis Jacobson

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781456731984

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 80

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This book is for people going through divorce, for those who know someone going through divorce, for those who have been divorced, and for those people with divorced friends and family members. Divorce happens. It’s usually not pleasant. The manner in which a person deals with divorce can make it more or less awful. Less awful is better. This book is about conduct and attitude which can make divorce less awful for you, your kids, and those close to you, and help reduce the cost of divorce in money, time, and emotion.
2011-01-28 By Dennis Jacobson

It is my opinion that married couples have obligations to pass wisdom, responsibilities and basic marriage principles that can prepare their children for what is inevitable. How can you pass such a touch when you and your wife or your ...

Author: Femi Folorunsho


ISBN: 9781427642066


Page: 103

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2009 By Femi Folorunsho

Although he is a very involved father with their young boys, Tina still carries the majority of the load of parenting and housework. Mark supports the family with a good job. Mark and Tina sound like many married couples with the ...

Author: William J. Doherty

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781462511327

Category: Psychology

Page: 199

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All couples walk to the altar dreaming of happily-ever-after, but many forces in our society work against healthy lifelong commitment. Renowned family therapist William J. Doherty reveals how cracks can develop in even a rock-solid marriage, and what steps you can take to keep your love strong. Learn ways to break free of common traps like confusing desires with needs, comparing your spouse to your fantasies of other relationships, or becoming overtime parents instead of full-time partners. You'll get suggestions for creating relationship rituals--from mundane to celebratory, sexy to silly--that build closeness and connection every day. The updated second edition incorporates Dr. Doherty's ongoing experience counseling couples, plus the latest information on marriage and health, how divorce affects kids, the impact of new technologies on family life, and more. Winner--Best Self-Help Book, ForeWord Magazine's Book of the Year Awards
2013-05-22 By William J. Doherty

The keys to keep your wedlock out of deadlock Greg Behrendt, Amiira Ruotola ... them independence from your way of doing it. They may not be great right away, but, if they are the good person you thought you married, they'll get there.

Author: Greg Behrendt

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781409187523

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 224

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From the New York Times bestselling authors of He's Just Not That Into You, It's Called a Breakup Because It's Broken, and It's Just a F***ing Date comes a hilarious and hopeful primer to eliminate the suckage in modern marriage by doing it right in the early years. If you're in a committed relationship or thinking about putting a ring on it, then this is the book for you! Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola explore all the adventures of early wedlock, from the moment one of you gets on one knee to the day when sex starts to feel like work instead of play. In this guidebook, Behrendt and Ruotola explore their own marriage and, with gleeful candor, tremendous warmth, sharp humor, and piercing insight, look at what we who have decided to "settle down" hope to get out of our most lasting relationship. We venture through volumes on the engagement, wedding planning, the Big Day, the wedding hangover, the (blissful?) first year, the hard work of marrying two lives, fights, and sex-pectations versus sex-pectreality. The perfect book for those who have just put a ring on it or are thinking of putting a ring on it, Behrendt and Ruotola's work is a brilliant guide for the first stretch of that wild ride we call marriage.
2018-08-02 By Greg Behrendt

No human authority is ever to be given supremacy over God—and that includes your husband. Sapphira was punished for obeying her husband, and in the Old Testament, Abigail is praised and rewarded for disobeying her husband.

Author: Sheila Wray Gregoire

Publisher: WaterBrook

ISBN: 9781601427090

Category: Religion

Page: 240

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Is what you believe about marriage getting in the way of a GREAT relationship? When you’ve put into practice all the usual advice, but your marriage still falls short of the intimacy and joy you want, what then? Are patience and perseverance your only hope for a better relationship? Author and speaker Sheila Wray Gregoire says, “Absolutely not!” The solution to a happier relationship is not found in being a more patient, more perfect wife, but in taking responsibility for what you can do—and especially for how you think about your marriage. She challenges you to replace pat Christian answers with nine biblical truths that will radically shift your perspective on your husband, your relationship, and your role in God’s design for marriage, including… · My Husband Can’t Make Me Mad · Being One Is More Important Than Being Right · Having Sex Is Not the Same as Making Love With humor and honesty, Sheila invites you to believe that God wants to bring oneness and intimacy to your marriage—and challenges you to partner with Him in that process by changing the way you think.
2015-08-18 By Sheila Wray Gregoire

First , they enable you to measure your progress . Second , they minimize discouragement and distractions . Stop just for a moment and ask yourself these questions : • What are your goals for your marriage ? • What are your goals for ...

Author: Frank Wilson

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 0736913661

Category: Religion

Page: 203

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Course topics in this volume include advanced communication, sexual compatibility, money management, getting along with in-laws, blended families, and friends.
2004-03-01 By Frank Wilson

I READ SOMEWHERE THAT YOU'LL BE in more trouble if you're right and your wife is wrong than if you're wrong and your wife is right. Because of this, I almost always let my wife be right. —EMMILLIO E. VANCOUVER, CANADA k 33Y ...

Author: Yadin Kaufmann

Publisher: Hundreds of Heads Books, LLC

ISBN: 9780974629247

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 262

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"The collective wisdom of hundreds of happily married couples."--Back cover.
2005 By Yadin Kaufmann

Week Twenty-Three Lesson Two Day___Date___ I Corinthians 7: 3-4 “3 The husband should give to his wife her conjugal rights, and likewise the wife to her husband. 4For the wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband ...

Author: Thomas E. Elkin Ph.D.

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 9781973651666

Category: Religion

Page: 400

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Dr. Elkin presents a much-needed definition of marriage with practical information for both young married couples and couples seeking marriage renewal. He addresses not only the spiritual but the practical sides of marriage within the framework of his unique definition of marriage. In addition to the definition of marriage, Dr. Elkin gives twenty-seven weeks of devotions for the married couple to encourage scripture reading and praying together in the union.
2019-03-06 By Thomas E. Elkin Ph.D.

Identifying the Battle for Your Heart, Home, and Family Richard Ing ... When she'd first entertained the idea, their sons were five and six years old, so she'd planned to divorce her husband when the youngest son turned twelve.

Author: Richard Ing

Publisher: Whitaker House

ISBN: 9781629113487

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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A Spiritual Battle on the Home FrontThe divorce rate in America is around 52 percent. Nearly half of all children are born out of wedlock. Something is very wrong. The Bible declares that illegitimacy brings a curse upon a family for ten generations. If this is true, American families are engaged in a spiritual battle and don’t even know it. Married for nearly fifty years, Richard Ing has counseled hundreds of couples and is also an expert on spiritual warfare. He has identified the ways in which Satan and his demons attack marriage through struggles in communication, intimacy, rejection, and the baggage from our past. This is not a book on Christian psychology and counseling but rather a direct counterattack against the kingdom of darkness and the lusts of the flesh. It cuts to the chase by identifying the true source of most marital conflicts and explores how your attitudes impact all your relationships, both in and outside of marriage. It exposes the evil spirits Satan uses to destroy marriages and equips you to be delivered from them.
2015-03-13 By Richard Ing

Your. Marriage. N. The Lord God said, “It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him.” . . . Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one ...

Author: Jack Countryman

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781400320486

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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Make your marriage the best it can be by putting God at the center. Marriage is a beautiful blessing when husband and wife remain under God’s umbrella of wisdom and guidance. He holds answers to every challenge, healing for every hurt, provision for every need, and is the source for every joy. God’s Wisdom® for Your Marriage has been created to emphasize togetherness—not just with each other, but with Him—in all aspects of your relationship. Topics such as God’s Plan, God’s Guidance, God’s Provision, and more, highlight the importance of caring and sharing together as an absolute way of life so your marriage will remain steadfast for a lifetime.
2012-05-21 By Jack Countryman

If all these teachings are obeyed, the chances for your marriage to be successful, joyful, and blessed by God is 100 percent. Ladies, if you're still with me, please consider that most of the time in your relationship with your husband, ...

Author: Fred S. McGee

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 9781480990289

Category: Religion

Page: 54

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How to Harvest God’s Blessings in Your Marriage By: Fred S. McGee Why does it seem that so many marriages are failing in this day and age? How can we keep it from happening to us? Perhaps one of the biggest problems is a change in our point of view about what the characteristics of marriage are and should be. Using the teachings of the Bible, How to Harvest God’s Blessings in Your Marriage will help you develop lasting marriage with your spouse and a relationship that grows in intensity throughout the years.
2019-04-04 By Fred S. McGee

Ask God to reveal your own sins to you and to help you take your eyes off your spouse's sins. Pray for God to help you to see your spouse with ... Pray also for the courage to confront the bitterness and unforgiveness in your marriage.

Author: Will Davis Jr.

Publisher: Revell

ISBN: 158558942X

Category: Religion

Page: 176

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Marriage is one of the most important relationships in a person's life--and one that benefits tremendously from prayer. Will Davis has taught people how to pray big for even the little things in life. Now he turns his straightforward and practical communication style to the marriage relationship. In Pray Big for Your Marriage Davis helps readers combine God's teachings on marriage with his promises on prayer. He shows men and women how to pray specific, pinpoint prayers for their spouses. Complete with a month-long prayer plan, Pray Big for Your Marriage teaches readers how to pray for • emotional and spiritual intimacy • the spiritual growth of a spouse • purpose in marriage • protection from temptation • and much more Pray Big for Your Marriage is for all couples--those trying to save their marriage, enjoying marital bliss, or getting married soon.
2008-07-01 By Will Davis Jr.

(Song of Solomon 6:10) My friend, we all do change and that can happen in your marriage. Soon after you marry, things begin to change because you mature and your environment changes as well as your body. Maybe as a woman, ...

Author: Doris Grant

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781467882408

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 128

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Do you aspire to build a successful marriage? How do you break out to build a successful marriage when things aren't quite right? In this book pastor and counsellor Doris Grant, highlights some simple steps for working through marital issues and falling in love all over again. Some of the issues covered include; the challenges of early marriage and how to deal with them; using communication to resolve issues and release tensions; appreciation and acceptance of differences; improving intimacy and how to enjoy sex and resolve sexual problems. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
2012-02-03 By Doris Grant

That is why very young children are highly accurate in reading approach, avoid. attack and why even your dog and cat can do it without having to talk about it. Why Your Goals and Intentions Don't Really Count Motivation differs from ...

Author: Patricia Love, Ed.D.

Publisher: Harmony

ISBN: 9780307496027

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 240

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Men are right. The “relationship talk” does not help. Dr. Patricia Love’s and Dr. Steven Stosny’s How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It reveals the stunning truth about marital happiness: Love is not about better communication. It's about connection. You'll never get a closer relationship with your man by talking to him like you talk to one of your girlfriends. Male emotions are like women's sexuality: you can't be too direct too quickly. There are four ways to connect with a man:touch, activity, sex, routines. Men want closer marriages just as much as women do,but not if they has to act like a woman. Talking makes women move closer; it makes men move away. The secret of the silent male is this: his wife supplies the meaning in his life. The stunning truth about love is that talking doesn’t help. Have you ever had this conversation with your spouse? Wife: “Honey, we need to talk about us.” Husband: “Do we have to?” Drs. Patricia Love and Steven Stosny have studied this all-too-familiar dynamic between men and women and have reached a truly shocking conclusion. Even with the best of intentions, talking about your relationship doesn’t bring you together, and it will eventually drive you apart. The reason for this is that underneath most couples’ fights, there is a biological difference at work. A woman’s vulnerability to fear and anxiety makes her draw closer, while a man’s subtle sensitivity to shame makes him pull away in response. This is why so many married couples fall into the archetypal roles of nagging wife/stonewalling husband, and why improving a marriage can’t happen through words. How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It teaches couples how to get closer in ways that don’t require “trying to turn a man into a woman.” Rich in stories of couples who have turned their marriages around, and full of practical advice about the behaviors that make and break marriages, this essential guide will help couples find love beyond words.
2009-01-21 By Patricia Love, Ed.D.

He was so busy thinking that life is passing him by and he had been badly done with that he never ever thought that his wife could have an affair too. He was horrified at the idea that his wife could have her own lover.

Author: Dueep Jyot Singh

Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

ISBN: 9781370037018

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 58

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Table of Contents Introduction It Is All His Fault! But I Married Too Young… Self-Justification Criticism and Contempt Escalation of the Situation The Silent Treatment Do NOT Bring Me Flowers Anymore The Importance of Physical Intimacy in a Successful Marriage Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction All these years happily married and still going strong… Once while I was training under a psychologist, she told me that in her particular country, nobody had ever heard of marriage counseling, because the option of divorce, a couple splitting up was unheard of, in their culture, traditions, and upbringing. For them, marriage was a once-in-a-lifetime proposition, to be ended only after “till death do us part.” And even then, many partners did not marry again, because they still considered themselves married to their spouses, even after becoming a widow or widower. I also have been brought up in such a supposedly old-fashioned milieu, and society, naturally thanks to our upbringing, culture, and one may almost say old-fashioned traditions, for every one of us, marriage is once and forever, and never ever to be broken up under any circumstances. So it was with great surprise, that I began to see the trend of divorces gaining popularity, because that had become a modern fashionable option, and if so many people in the West were doing it, this was of course the best way of getting out of a partnership which one had begun considering to be a bit of a drag, and look for more exciting options elsewhere. Sadly enough, you are going to be surprised to know that statistics say that 27% of married American men are going to have an extramarital affair, just because it happened and they could not control it. Isn't it interesting to know that just three generations ago, their own grandparents considered extramarital affairs to be a thing of shame, not a thing of which a virtuous responsible father or husband did, and faithfulness was a part of his principles, upbringing, tradition, and culture. He believed in his marriage vows. And so did his wife. And using him as an example, his children followed in his steps. But then suddenly in the 70s, 80s, and 90s, it began to be fashionable to divorce and marry again, not understanding about the emotional, psychological, spiritual, physical, and mental trauma this would have on all the members of the family, parents, and children.
2017-02-26 By Dueep Jyot Singh

We learn that when two people find each other and get married, their lives should be forever intertwined. ... Bottom line: Frustration takes the fun and passion out of your relationship, and can be very corrosive over time.

Author: Terri L. Orbuch

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 9781632990570

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 254

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Contrary to what you’ve been told, keeping a marriage successful does NOT take hard work! All it takes is making a few small changes over time. If you’re feeling your good marriage is starting to show a little wear, zero in on those imperfections, right?WRONG! Focus on what’s going well! Enhance the good aspects of your marriage and build on the solid foundation you already have. Dr. Orbuch debunks many common marriage myths and you’ll find out who needs more compliments—men or women. Who falls in love faster—women or men? With engaging quizzes and checklists; easy-to-use tips; and new takeaways on compatibility, fighting fair, and relationship ruts, 5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great will give you perfect ways to say “I love you” and show you how to reignite the passion in your relationship. You’ll find out why it’s okay to go to bed mad and why you don’t want to engage in kitchen sinking! The advice in this smart, entertaining book will help you put the excitement back in your marriage in no time, and you’ll be amazed at how easy it will be. ​5 Simple Steps to Take Your Marriage from Good to Great is based on the findings of a groundbreaking study directed by Dr. Orbuch, and funded by the National Institutes of Health. The study—of the same 373 married couples—began in 1986 and continues today. Dr. Orbuch is a professor, a renowned therapist, and a nationally recognized relationship expert known as The Love Doctor®.
2015-10-27 By Terri L. Orbuch

Judy, I asked you why you want a separation now, and you said that you have been waiting for your last child to leave home for college. She has finally gone to college and you think you should now put an end to your marriage.

Author: Dr. Amos Adeniyi

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781496935724

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 226

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The idea to write fictional letters to marital couples on how to use God's lifetime warranty on their marriages came into being in the process of a sermon preparation as a guest pastor for a local church in November 2011. I prayed about which message to deliver for many days. About two days before Sunday, I had a dream that a young lady participated during my sermon. After the sermon, her family greeted me well and said I made her speak in public for the first time and I gave her the encouragement that she needs for the rest of her life. Then I woke up. On the actual Sunday service, during the sermon, I asked the congregation how many of them had a dog or a cat. A young lady - a 17 year old said she had a cat. I asked if she ever took her cat for a walk, she said, "no." I asked, "why not?" She replied, "Nobody does!" Then I said people take their dogs for walks, but this does not mean that dogs are more important or better than cats. Cats have their own usefulness. God who created us knows that we are not the same and that we cannot function in the same way. One should not be boasting that s/he is better than the other. After the service, the grandfather of the cat owner who spoke during my sermon and her aunt came to me and thanked me for the opportunity given to the young lady to talk for the first time in public, which would enable her to express herself publicly. When I was praying at home after the sermon, I had the feeling that God wanted me to tell people to try out what seems to be unusual for them. It has been my concern for many years that many couples don't take their wedding vows seriously. It is affecting children a great deal; many children have two or three stepparents. Those children without stepparents seem to be the odd ones among their peers. In Canada, about 50% of first marriages may likely end up in divorce. One may presume that the rate of divorce in second marriages would be lower, but instead it is higher at 72% while, third marriages have the highest divorce rate of 85% (Comparative Annual Divorce Rate in Canada). Similarly, in America, the first marriage divorce rate ranges from 41 - 50%; second marriage divorce rate is between 60-67% and third marriage is between 73-74%. (Information on Divorce Rate and Statistics). This book is fictional. The stories are not real stories. They are about my past experiences with heterosexual couples in my counseling or pastoral care. I do not have a particular person or couple in mind. No names in the book are real names. If anybody's name or any couples have the same names as used in the book, I would like them to know that I am not telling their particular story or using them as an example. The Holy Spirit inspired the writers of the bible stories/instructions/messages and the same Holy Spirit is still talking to us today. I believe, I was inspired to write the book. I will encourage anyone or couple whose story or stories are similar to what's in the book not to be too critical but to take it (the book) as a means through which God is speaking to them to change. No marriage is too bad that God cannot change for better. Don't fold your arms and accept your troubled marriage as a done deal. I will advise the readers to call upon the author of marriage, God through Jesus Christ, to fix their marriages. He is able. Since the idea of letter writing is becoming obsolete, one may be wondering why letters to marital couples, and not email, text, or any other modern means of communication. Letter writing is an old form of communication, which is to inform, correct, and educate. In the New Testament, there are many letters written by Paul the apostle and others to individuals and churches to deal with issues, circumstances, and problems faced by the recipients. We never read about their responses or their initial letters to the Apostles. Similarly, only letters written to the couples are featured in this book. Most of the Letters in this book are long term correspondence with the imaginary couples. The objectives of the letters are to: 1). Encourage couples not to give up on their dream of having a successful marriage and to continue fighting until the victory is won. 2). Enable the counsellors/pastors to keep their counselees' hope alive as long as they are still interested in counselling. 3). Help families and friends to keep on supporting the couples in crises. Note that some of the letters end with prayer, while some didn't. The idea is we don't have to impose prayer on people. Praying with people is as important as praying for people in absentia. We need permission to pray with people, but we don't need permission to pray for people while they are not there. In both my pastoral and counselling ministries, the most prevalent issues are marriage and family matters. This book thus serves as a handbook to help couples in crises or prevent couples from getting into a marital mess. It can be used in marriage enrichment groups or as a counsellor/Pastor's handbook. The group Leaders, Counsellors or Pastors should not use the book as a weapon of judgment against anyone, but as a means of correction and education. The book is calling people who just want a family and not a marriage. Many couples lose love in their marriages. Love is the greatest gift God gives to people but many people do not accept it. They choose anger instead of peace or love from God. The book is calling the readers who are making wrong decisions for wrong reasons. We should not let bitterness, anger, frustration, alcohol, drugs, etc., ruin our marital relationships. The principles of marital solutions in the book focus on God. May God bless you as you read the it. Shalom!
2014-08-28 By Dr. Amos Adeniyi

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