Messy Beautiful Love Pb Paperback
Hope and Redemption for Real-Life Marriages
by Darlene Schacht;
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Messy Beautiful Love Pb
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Financial problems, sickness, ageing parents, a chronically unhappy spouse... trials will inevitably come along to threaten your marriage. No matter how long youíve been married or how strong your relationship is, sooner or later you are going to have a mess to clean up.
Messy Beautiful Love is about cleaning up messes Godís way, exchanging our ideas for his and being prepared for both the best and the worst that marriage has to offer.
Perhaps youíve picked up this book because your marriage is messy already Ė now is the time to make a change. If your marriage is tidy, thank God Ė there is no better time to prepare for the future.
Married life is never straightforward or simple for long. But the reality is this: when you surrender your relationship to God; when you lay your marriage at his feet; when you finally cede control; then and only then will you experience the blessing of marriage as he intended Ė this is the blessing of obedience.
Messy Beautiful Love is an invitation to that obedience. An invitation to surrender. The cynical world says marriages donít last. God knows better. Tune out the world and tune in to him. When you do that, a beautiful marriage is not only possible Ė itís inevitable. Thatís something to be excited about.
Messy Beautiful Love Pb by Darlene Schacht was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2014 and is our 4661st best seller. The ISBN for Messy Beautiful Love Pb is 9781400206209.
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Details for Messy Beautiful Love Pb
|Page last updated||2nd April 2017|
|Author / Artist||Darlene Schacht|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2014)|
|Number of Pages||240|