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Alone in Marriage: Encouragement For the Times When It's All Up to You

by Susie Larson

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NCLA Review - This is a book written for women by women who themselves have struggled through a hard season of marriage. Every marriage faces crises. How we deal with them makes all the difference. It shows you from a personal point how to deal with anger, fear, worry, and self-pity—things we have all gone through. The second section talks about weights we carry and how God uses them to refine us. Things like disappointment, loneliness, waiting and imperfection are heavy loads, but when carried correctly they aren't as heavy. The third part is about making our climb to where God wants us to be. Everything we do as women affects the people around us. With God by our side, we can take one step at a time to conquer the biggest mountains we face. A good book with good explanations. It has study questions and could be used for a women's Bible study. Rating 4 —NP ( )
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