Your Heart's Desire Paperback
15 Truths That Will Forever Change the Way You Love and Are Loved
by Sheri Rose Shepherd;
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Your Heart's Desire
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Using her own experiences Sheri Rose Shepherd gives 14 truths to help you understand your own desires and the struggles and expectations commonly found in relationships.
Desiring a "Happily Ever After"
Desiring to be a Woman My Man Can Lead
Desiring to Believe God Can Change a Man and Save a Marriage
Desiring to Surrender My Whole Heart to My Lord
Although Shepherd focuses primarily on marital relationships she also includes relationships with sons and those who are currently single.
Your Heart's Desire is aimed at Christian women seeking to encourage the men in their lives, whilst developing a deeper personal relationship with God and His unfailing love.
Shepherd uses scripture and practical advice to guide the reader, including discussion questions for group studies and "Treasure of Truth" sections at the end of each chapter.
Your Heart's Desire also includes new "Love Letters from God" a popular feature of Sheri Rose Shepherd's books, letters written as if from God to build up and encourage.
Former Mrs. United States and award-winning author Sheri Rose Shepherd has sold over one million books. A popular speaker, Shepherd has featured on the Extraordinary Women's tour and for the last 15 years has been encouraging and teaching women at various retreats.
Your Heart's Desire by Sheri Rose Shepherd was published by Tyndale House Publishers in June 2012 and is our 38555th best seller. The ISBN for Your Heart's Desire is 9781414366913.
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Details for Your Heart's Desire
|Author / Artist||Sheri Rose Shepherd|
|Publisher||Tyndale House Publishers (June 2012)|
|Number of Pages||211|
|Page last updated||13th October 2009|