What to Do Until Love Finds You: The Bestselling Guide to Preparing Yourself for Your Perfect Mate

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Harvest House Publishers, Jan 1, 2006 - Religion - 224 pages
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The book that started it all--Michelle McKinney Hammond's popular first book re-releases with a dynamic new cover and all the attitude and wisdom that made it a fabulous start to Michelle's growing list of inspiring books. In "What to Do Until Love Finds You," Michelle offers women practical, godly advice on how to: handle sexual temptations regardless of past experience release expectations and embrace life get to know God's purpose The biblical truths, honest personal insights, and refreshing take on love and the single lifestyle are as relevant and remarkable today as when this book first appeared in bookstores--and on the nightstands and coffee tables of countless single women.
 

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User Review  - shorty - Christianbook.com

I have someone that I like and yet God has asked me to wait for His timing. This book was encouraging and the author seemed to understand exactly where I was at. God used this book as a reminder that ... Read full review

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User Review  - DESIREE MARISA SMALL - Christianbook.com

It was as if I was destined to by this book after overlooking it the fist time around in the store, but it was a great source of help and much laughter when I realized so many of the situations were ... Read full review

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Michelle McKinney Hammond, a writer, singer, and speaker who focuses on improving love-driven relationships, is the founder and president of HeartWing Ministries. She cohosted the Emmy Award-winning Aspiring Women for many years. Michelle's numerous books include How to Get Past Disappointment; Sassy, Single, & Satisfied; and The Power of Being a Woman.

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