Keepers at Home: The Love Journey

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WestBow Press, Aug 16, 2012 - Religion - 178 pages
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My husband and I have come a long way since we got married. We had no idea what we were in for. I’m sure our marriage would have been voted one of the most unlikely to succeed. Yet through the years, we have seen the strongest marriages crumble, and we are still chugging along. Why?

This book will reveal to you how the Lord intends not only our marriage relationships to work, but family and church as well. We need to be growing in God’s kingdom ways of not being accepted because we meet certain standards and fulfill various obligations. The only true, unconditional acceptance comes from the love given, not earned. And it is this love that begins the healing: transforming a person into the splendor God created them to be. Marriages and relationships don’t end because of what someone has or hasn’t done. They end when one person quits.

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