Life Is Never Mainly about Love and Marriage. So Learn to Live and Date for More.
any of you grew up assuming that marriage would meet all of your needs and unlock God 's purposes for you. But God has far more planned for you than your future marriage. Not Yet Married is not about waiting quietly in the corner of he world for God to bring you " the one, " but about inspiring you to live and date for more stil.
If you follow Jesus, the search for a spouse is no longer a pursuit of the perfect person, but a pursuit of more of God. He will likely write a love story for you different than he one you would rite for yourself, but that 's because he loves you and knows how to publis a better story. This ook was written to help you find real hope, goodness, and purpose in your not-yet-married life.
Indee it was a well-balanced and honest effort to not portray singleness/not-yet-married as a curse, or as a gift ( that many wish came with a return receipt), or as " junior varsity Christians ", but as fallen sinners redeemed through Christ who are pursuing God 's glory and fighting for joy just like married, except in different ways.
( I have not fished this book, so my review is limited to the secon half which covers singleness).
Anothe diverse data pool is necessary for novel of this nature and is unfortunately lacking.Singleness in the Church is such a huge topic with lots of fascinating nuances, yet his book touches nearly none of it.
Where is the chapter on the spiritual gift of singleness?
Where is the chapter on singleness for homosexual Christians?
Where are the chapters on the impact of gender, race and culture?
Where is the chapter on the Church 's ostracization of singleness and emphasis on marriage?
There is o much to talk about, yet Segal always seems to circuitously return complaints about life before marriage and never ventures into anything more dynamic.This book utterly fails in its objective to pursue " joy in singleness ".
Single Christians are a blessing and are blessed, but adly his is much ignored both in his essa and in Christian culture as a whole.