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A single thought

by Allen Hadidian

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"Why aren't you married?" How many times have you been asked that by family, friends, and "concerned" church members? If you have been asked that question even once, you've already experienced the pressure applied by a society that views singles as incomplete beings. Perhaps you even feel cheated, thinking God has withheld something exciting from you. If you've encountered frustrations, hurts, and struggles, cheer up. You're not alone. Yours is not necessarily a permanent state or condition, but as author Allen Hadidian says, "If God has called you to be single, then that is the state you need to be in, in order to be at your maximum potential as a child of God." A Single Thought deals with the common freedoms and frustrations found in a single's life. Allen Hadidian draws practical principles from biblical references regarding the states of marriage and singleness. He dispels some of the myths and misconceptions about singleness and helps Christians develop a fresh outlook on the place of the single person in our society. The single life can be exciting right now! It doesn't have to be boring or second-rate. In fact, God desires that a life of singleness be absolutely first-rate. It can be a lifetime of learning, discovering, growing, and giving. Read A Single Thought and gain a perspective of Christian singleness that will enable you to embrace life more fully.
  BethanyBible | Jan 31, 2010 |
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