A Conundrum

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Is it bad that I’m planning on reading these two books, at the same time, over the next few months? Color me complicated.

“If It Were Easy They’d Call The Whole Damn Thing A Honeymoon” With ballsy wit and bawdy humor, she explores everything from male domestic idiocy and the frustrating misfires in spousal communication to how to stay true to the peskiest of vows: forsaking all others. This book is a must-read manifesto on surviving marriage in an age when everyone seems to live forever and getting a divorce is as easy as ordering a latte.

“Sacred Marriage” Everything about your marriage is filled with prophetic potential, with the capacity for discovering and revealing Christ’s character. The respect you accord your partner; the forgiveness you humbly seek and graciously extend; the history you and your spouse build with one another–in these and other facets of your marriage, it uncovers the mystery of God’s overarching purpose.

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Author: soroussell

Just a small town girl. Reader. Writer. Lover of music. Marketer. Strategist. Brand lover. Saved by grace. Wife. Sister. Daughter. Friend. Undeniable.

One thought on “A Conundrum

  1. Ha! You are complicated. But so is marriage 🙂

    Haven’t read the skirt in the oven one, but Sacred Marriage is excellent.

    Happy reading!

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