Choosing God's Best: Wisdom for Lifelong Romance

Choosing God s Best Wisdom for Lifelong Romance Make a God Choice Not Just a Good Choice Many Christian singles today are in pain Wounded from past relationships overwhelmed at being single longer than they expected devastated at finding themsel

  • Title: Choosing God's Best: Wisdom for Lifelong Romance
  • Author: Don Raunikar
  • ISBN: 9781590524589
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • Make a God Choice, Not Just a Good Choice Many Christian singles today are in pain Wounded from past relationships, overwhelmed at being single longer than they expected, devastated at finding themselves single again Eighteen to sixty year olds will welcome the timely, biblically based approach Dr Raunikar offers as he encourages them along the path to Choosing God s BMake a God Choice, Not Just a Good Choice Many Christian singles today are in pain Wounded from past relationships, overwhelmed at being single longer than they expected, devastated at finding themselves single again Eighteen to sixty year olds will welcome the timely, biblically based approach Dr Raunikar offers as he encourages them along the path to Choosing God s Best healing from the past learning how to avoid the pain of counterfeit oneness physically, emotionally, and spiritually and much This attractive, repackaged edition delves into the real issues Christian singles face today and offers sound, proven advice for creating deeply satisfying godly relationships.

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    1. Remembering my days of being single - This was the best & most helpful book on dating that I ever read. I applied & I internalized what I learned from Raunikar - as I write this I've been happily married for over 8 years :)

    2. I am a huge fan of "Choosing God's Best". When I first read it in 1999 it was revolutionary regarding what is taught on dating, courtship, being ready for marriage, and the blessing of being purposeful in the relationship process.Acknowledged negatives:-The book has become dated since it was first written.-The examples of courtship do not translate well in non-traditional relationships where the persons are not from their home of origin or have aged out of that opportunity.-It does touch on lega [...]

    3. From Christianbook: Make a God Choice, Not Just a Good Choice. Many Christian singles today are in pain. Wounded from past relationships, overwhelmed at being single longer than they expected, devastated at finding themselves single again. Eighteen- to sixty-year-olds will welcome the timely, biblically based approach Dr. Raunikar offers as he encourages them along the path to Choosing God's Best: healing from the past; learning how to avoid the pain of "counterfeit oneness" physically, emotiona [...]

    4. I truly thank God I have come across this book.This is not only for Christian Singles, but for anyone in pursuit of romantic love. Dr. Raunikar's biblical perspective on romance has opened my mind to what God has inspired marriage to be. The book also gave me thoughts to ponder for general living. Thumbs up!Personally, the first pages threw me off as I thought "oh, this is only gonna be a 'Couples Guide To Marriage'" and I don't agree on some concepts of the table thing Dr. Raunikar gave. Be in [...]

    5. While I do believe courtship is the way to go, this book seemed a bit legalistic and naive. I agree its ideal that spiritual oneness should come before emotional and physical oneness however while physical oneness needs to wait emotional oneness is not something we have utter control over and I think develops alongside spiritual oneness. I also think that staying in timelines can be really odd and inauthentic; a relationship has to be somewhat natural. "Well honey we've been doing side hugs for [...]

    6. This is my favorite book on courtship! It talks about how to grow spiritually, focusing on more than just dating. It also shows the progression of closeness between a guy and a girl from acquaintance to friend to close friend to courting, etc. It made me slow down and think about dating from God's perspective. I had the privilege of hearing the author speak when he visited my church when I was in the youth group. Very down-to-earth and practical, and he cared about the teenagers.

    7. This is a great book about why God's commandments and guidelines about romantic relationships work best. It helped me gain stronger convictions about my beliefs in this area. I also feel more blessed about the hurt that was prevented from following God and my church's stance on this issue. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to know God's view on romance and how to choose God's best for you.

    8. This book has totally changed my paradigm in seeing relationship. I even feel so secure even though I enter a full of relationship world. That doesn't mean i need no partner but I am not pressured to be with someone. I just don't see that as a focus. My focus is part - my potential. Just do my best and God will do rest.

    9. I read this book cause a friend gave it to me. I didn't like this book since it mostly talked about courtship and made me want to breakup with my boyfriend and basically start our whole relationship over by doing courtship instead of dating.

    10. For all of those folks that never learned what it meant to court and be courted, this is a great find! It takes you through the biblical progression of courtship and the way that God would have us find true love, the way it was intended.

    11. The best adult courtship book I have read. It goes beyond theory and justification to include practical application. Clear, Biblical and not prudish.

    12. Lots of thoughtful observations. Worth a read for all grandparents, parents, and singles from 16 to 60.

    13. The kind of book I always avoid to read, yet I found it truthful and profound. Exactly what I need right now. It's answering all my questions about relationship.

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