Even Adam and Eve Needed a Marriage Counselor

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Strategic Book Publishing, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 108 pages
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With a unique, tongue-in-cheek approach, Moses of Old Testament fame lets us in on a well-kept secret: Adam and Eve had the same marital troubles the rest of us deal with! God Himself counseled the couple through the stages of marriage - from infatuation and courtship to old age and the death of a spouse. The lessons Adam and Eve learned can be applied to every marriage. As Moses says, "I'm sure you're dying to learn . . . the incredible secrets of success . . . and how the first married couple survived nine hundred and thirty years of marriage." Now, Moses reveals that God is upset with the state of marriage today. He tackles the affect these words from scripture have had: "and thy desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thee." Knowing that both women and men have suffered in their relationships and happiness because of this "law," he gives Moses the charge to "give this and future generations the Spousal Golden Rule." Told with humorous asides by Moses, Even Adam and Eve Needed a Marriage Counselor: Moses Tells All, reveals how marriage can become what God desires it to be.
 

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Contents

A Case for Questions Asked
5
Thou shalt marry thy mate
21
Thou shalt have realistic
32
Thou shalt not boss thy mate
42
Thou shalt not rule over
50
Thou shalt buildup thy mate
62
Thou shalt love
68
Thou shalt strive to become one flesh
79
Thou shalt grow old together
91
Thou shalt reunite as one
97
A Case for Questions Not Answered
105
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Dr. Gary E. Wilson has a background in psychology, is married to a family therapist, and practiced family medicine for over 38 years. He lives in Hernando County, Florida, and continues writing on topics dealing with the human spirit and interpersonal relationships.

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