Lasting Love: How to Avoid Marital Failure

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Lasting Love: How to Avoid Marital Failure

Lasting Love How to Avoid Marital Failure No one enters into marriage with the intention of failing Each person who says I do hopes for a long and beautiful life together with their spouse But as time passes couples forget the basics Too of

  • Title: Lasting Love: How to Avoid Marital Failure
  • Author: Alistair Begg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Audiobook
  • No one enters into marriage with the intention of failing Each person who says, I do hopes for a long and beautiful life together with their spouse But as time passes, couples forget the basics Too often they become so wrapped up in their own lives that they neglect the essentials critical to a healthy marriage.Too often divorce is an acceptable norm In this candid bNo one enters into marriage with the intention of failing Each person who says, I do hopes for a long and beautiful life together with their spouse But as time passes, couples forget the basics Too often they become so wrapped up in their own lives that they neglect the essentials critical to a healthy marriage.Too often divorce is an acceptable norm In this candid book, Alistair Begg reveals important building blocks for ensuring that your marriage is one that will last a lifetime He reminds us that when men and women understand their roles of leadership, submission, teamwork, and mutual respect, love can last a lifetime.The audio book is an abridged version of the Lasting Love soft cover book and is packaged as a 2 CD set and is read by Alistair Begg.

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    1. Allison on said:

      I seem to read a lot of books on marriage lately (well, three so far this year). Alistair Begg’s book is worth picking up. As he notes in the beginning, he’s writing primarily to pre-married or early married folks, and they’re the first people I’d recommend this book to. But I expect anyone who comes with a willingness to evaluate honestly will find food for thought.Begg did a great job of, as he said, “beginning with theological foundations and then building levels of practical applic [...]

    2. Jeanie on said:

      Marriage was created for the lifelong help and comfort which husband and wife ought to give to each other. It exists for the well-being of family life so that children, who are gifts from God, might be brought up in the instruction of the Lord. Marriage strengthens human society, which remains healthy only when the marriage bond is held in honor.The above statement may be hard to grasp in this day and age but it is a picture of redemption, the gospel and the design of God, the creator for His cr [...]

    3. Julius McCarter on said:

      Alistair Begg's Lasting Love: How to Avoid Martial Failure is one of those books on Christian marriage that has been around for a while (I first read this book in 1997 at seminary), but it's been re-released by Moody Publishing in 2015.Begg tackles some important biblical questions about the nature of marriage: How to prepare (chapter 2) and what dangers to avoid ("Pulling Weeds" and "Planting Hedges" -- chapters 6 & 7 are the most important in the book!). It's one of the more accessible boo [...]

    4. Cliff on said:

      Excellent book! Will be one of my go to books for marriage counseling and recommends on the topic.

    5. Tasha Robertson on said:

      I've read a few Christian marital books over the past several years. I enjoy reading them because it confirms or shows me what I'm doing right or wrong. I have yet to find a book that can compare to "Love and Respect" but this one is a good read.

    6. Gabrielle W. on said:

      Can I just start and end my review with "I love this book"? No? Fine, I'll begin with saying in a sea of marital books (christian or not) Begg does an amazing job at standing out. I'll also state that if you are not a christian (or if you're a "christian" living a worldly life style) you will NOT like this book."If you are going to be at all successful in avoiding marital failure, it is imperative that we exercise our minds in the truth of scripture and yield our wills in submission to God's cle [...]

    7. Shannon on said:

      When I started this book, I really wasn't sure that I liked it. The writing style was not my favorite, but as I got further in, it got better. The author really tries to be real. He discusses the real dangers and challenges, the real issues that must be considered, the questions that ought to be raised before two people marry, and the responsibilities that ought to be fulfilled after marriage. But he's not blind to the fact that most people want happy, enjoyable marriages. He points out that God [...]

    8. Kzee Mikols on said:

      I am not married nor am I engaged and I still greatly enjoyed this book. It talks about how no matter how in love you are with your spouse, there is always that chance that you will make a mistake and ruin your marriage. It tells heartbreaking stories and gives you ways to put "protective hedges" around your marriage so that you won't wake up one day and realize your marriage is in trouble. This is a great read even if you are single but looking toward marriage in the future and it is definitely [...]

    9. Dorene Dundas on said:

      Great reminders of what it takes to keep marriage strong with a Biblical foundation.

    10. Brock on said:

      3.2A - Family/Marriage This book has a lot of helpful practical advice in the form of personal anecdotes.

    11. Tracey Regan on said:

      Great scripture and teaching on God's design for marriage.

    12. Craig on said:

      Very biblically based which makes it a winner in my book. Good for beginners as well as those who have read many marriage books.

    13. Danette on said:

      I'm sure I would have been underlining if I would have been reading a paper copy. A good listen though and a reminder of basic Biblical marriage principles. A book about marriage.

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