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Being committed to the calling and spouse assigned by God

by Shannon Sloan

Pages: 74

Dimensions: 5 x 8

  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Love & Marriage
  • FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Marriage & Long-Term Relationships
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662866005

Price : $10.99

Today many are marrying people based off how they feel but not necessarily off how God feels. We tend to choose a spouse that we think looks the part, but it does not mean they fit the purpose. For better or for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part are some of the vows, we say but we forget to include in those promises a marriage filled with purpose
For centuries, vows such as these have been spoken and promised as two people come together to form an unbreakable bond under the watchful eyes of God. Unfortunately, as the years have passed, these promises and bonds have been broken due to matters such as miscommunication, disagreements, or even fear of not knowing how to resolve a conflict.
No couple is exempt from divorce, not even Christian couples. There must be a remedy to help begin a resolution to this unfortunate truth and author Shannon Sloan Johnson believes in a remedy that could help. Reaching out to those who wish to be married or for those who already are, Marrying My Purpose is a guide to give insightful pointers and reassurances to help couples strengthen and refresh the bonds that they have with their spouses.
For some reason we think that the two words Marriage and purpose should be separated but on the contrary, they should be placed in the same category. Although we can choose to have one without the other, God wants us to see how these two subjects can come together as one. As you began to journey through Gods perspective on the ways of love, He will start to reveal to you the mysteries that surround His plan for your love life.

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Sloan Johnson examines how having a personal and intimate relationship with God goes hand in hand with having a similar relationship with a spouse by using stories and teachings from the Bible as well as real-world references. Ever since Adam and Eve, God has created each of His children with a purpose for them to complete and a partner to find and commit to because He only wants good things for us. When we pursue our purpose and then commit ourselves to another who is also pursuing their own purpose, God sees that as good. 
From seeking out one’s purpose to merging that purpose with another is to fulfilling the promises of vows and more, couples are sure to develop new ways to strengthen the bonds they share with their spouses and with God to form a long and unified marriage that will last a lifetime. 

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