Did God Join Us Together: Know A Good Thing When You Find It
There is nothing more disheartening than holding on to the dream that your spouse has arrived only to find out that you have misjudged a book by its cover. Brokenhearted, you recoil into a world of despair. Reluctantly, you put your heart back on the line only to be painfully disappointed again. If you are not careful, the quest for finding the right mate becomes a vicious cycle of hit-or-miss opportunities more than anything else. E. J. Lillard?s Did God Join Us Together? will prevent you from having unnecessary heartaches as it relates to relationships and helps you to recognize when your mate has finally showed up. His practical approach gives you simple instructions based on biblical principles with clear-cut indicators to help you perceive when you have discovered your spouse and how to solidify your marriage. E. J. Lillard reveals his heart, unveiling his own personal bout with divorce. It is through this devastating experience that this book was birthed. Did God Join Us Together? fills the emptiness of many hearts and removes the distance between those hoping to discover their spouse and recovering those who are suffering the tragic pain of divorce by offering a new life.
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