It is a quick read, RLB read it yesterday in just a few hours. The story flows well, wooing the reader to turn the page to see what happens next. The truths revealed in the book will resonate with you. Some brought me to tears as I reflected on the similarities of our personal journey.
I've read many testimonies from commenters of the conditions of their marriages. They are seeking help and encouragement because they know their marriage is supposed to be something different than what has transpired. We know God made this for good. We know God loves marriage. Why is it in shambles? How did it get this far off from what it was intended for?
Be encouraged and read this book.
I don't know Mr. Solomon personally and am happy to have "met" him in the blog world. His writing confirmed that I am not alone. While reading I found myself reflecting on exactly when I said the same things, behaved in similar ways, had the same feelings and questions, and when I embraced God's truth about marriage.
For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope. - Jeremiah 29:11There is hope for your marriage. There is a future for your marriage. There is truth that God wants to reveal to you. And there is peace available to you.
God bless the authors of this world who are compelled to share with us the hope God offers in an effort that we may live better.