While You Are Single: A Guide to Finding the Right Lover
Still looking for the right person? Tired of ending up with the wrong person? Maybe you have been going about the search the wrong way. Ever thought of being the right one for someone else? Perhaps you should not be seeking the right lover; but rather, be the right lover to be sought. This ground-breaking book candidly guides singles in utilizing their independence for marriage preparation. This book will help you to: Have a better understanding of love. Know who to date in order to find the right person. Learn qualities that characterize the right person. Find out God's will for your life, and how this relates to finding the right person. Find out if a man or a woman should make the first move to initiate a relationship. Find out how God feels about intercultural relationships.
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Let God Do His Job
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Let God Make the First Move
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