The book itself has some gems that became devalued and overlooked by moments of bad theology, strained analogies, shallow biblical readings, unwelcome opinions, and just ill-fitting illustrations.
It definitely didn't seem like this book was written to young urban Christians.
We can entice our partner into supporting our mistakes and sins.
Encouraged by the words of Ahijah the prophet that he would one day be king, Jeroboam rebelled against Solomon, resulting in his exile to Egypt (see 1 Kings –40).This book, though it was not enjoyed as much for what it was, had some great value for our couples group as well as the one-on-one conversations with my girlfriend. My fiance's proposal even stemmed from a discussion based upon one particular chapter, so for that alone, it was a worthwhile read.I like the format: about two pages of daily reading for Monday through Friday, then 6-10 questions to discuss on Saturday. Definitely very inspiring, convicting, and helpful. May however be geared more towards those new to their faith. If you are like most dating couples, you are looking for more than just a companion – you want a soul mate!The essence of a true soul mate relationship is that of deep spiritual connection.
So, I'd give the book itself a rather low rating..I'll bump up because I actually think that, in a perhaps unintended way, the This is a difficult book to review. It's filled with shallow, amateurish theological statements and trite and/or stretched analogies.