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Every Single Woman's Battle: Guarding Your Heart and Mind Against Sexual and Emotional Compromise

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  • Posted August 10, 2011

    How to Fight Compromise

    With excerpts from Every Woman's Battle and Every Man's Battle, this handy workbook can be read on its own or as a follow-up for those who have already read the aforementioned books. Not only are there excerpts provided but also thought-provoking discussion questions to evoke reflection on the part of the reader.

    When I was a teenager, my mom and I read together Shannon Ethridge's book Every Young Woman's Battle. Ethridge deals with the topic of sex and sexual compromise in an unashamed and honest way. Admittedly, some of the topics and questions dealt within the book embarrassed me. However, after reading it I realized that sexual and emotional temptations are something we all are challenged with and-the good news-there is a way to conquer temptation through the power we find in our relationship with Jesus Christ.

    Every Single Woman's Battle reinforced all of the things I learned from Every Young Woman's Battle so many years ago. I answered the discussion questions a little differently than I would have as a teenager, but reflecting on the mistakes I've made and how I want to change was a positive journey to take. That's why I believe this book is helpful for the woman who is struggling with sexual and emotional compromise and also the woman who hasn't experienced compromise of that kind. Knowing how we will be attacked and how to devise a game plan makes all the difference when it comes to fighting compromise.

    (A complimentary review copy of this book was provided by Waterbrook Multnomah.)

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  • Posted June 18, 2011

    You might just like it!

    In Shannon Ethridge's book, Every Single Woman's Battle, she challenges and reminds the single women about guarding our hearts and minds. She divides this book into eight chapters that she advises to be completed in an eight week time span. Here are a few thoughts you will find in this book, 'Whose Battle is It?', 'Finding Truth,' 'Surrendering,' and 'Retreating with the Lord.' The content of this book she took from two previous books- Every Woman's Battle and Every Man's Battle. Unfortunately, this book only has excerpts from the books, and sometimes can read a bit choppy. If you can put that aside and focus on the real point of this book, I'm sure it will be a help to you. It will help single women guard their tongue, heart, and mind for the glory of God. Remeber, we can't handle this battle on our own. We have to trust God with this battle completely and wholeheartedly, He wants to help us WIN this fight. If this sort of thing interests you I would consider picking it up.

    I received this book for free from Waterbrook Multnomah's Blogging for Books and have given my honest opinion of this book.

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  • Posted June 14, 2011

    Really Enjoyable!

    The purpose of this book was to offer single Christian women advice on how to handle emotion, physical, mental, and spiritual struggles associated with being single in this world. The book is organized for a group or personal study guide. Each chapter has a focus from the book it was based on and questions to think about and answer. It is filled with illustrations designed to help the reader understand the concept more. The focus part that is taken directly from the book the guide is based on really challenged me to think about the relationships and the purity I have in relationships. The author really makes things easy to understand. The negative part of this book was that I did not relate to a major part of the questions that were asked. They would be hard questions to talk about with a group, but I really think this book could help a lot of women. I would recommend this book to my friends and I would even lead a group to do this book.

    I received this book free from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group for review.

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  • Posted April 5, 2011

    love the format and study guide questions

    Though this companion guide is designed to stand alone, I want to also read "Every Woman's Battle" just so I can get the most out of it. I really like the way the book is divided and the questions it asks. Passages are marked that are taken from "Every Woman's Battle" so this book can be read alone. Ethridge talks about how the heart is to be guarded above all else. "The heart is literally and figuratively the core of all you are and all you experience in life, so when God says to guard it above all else, He is saying, "Protect the source of your life - the physical, spiritual, and emotional source of your well-being." We are to look to God as the one who can love us completely instead of investing in relationship after relationship that will ultimately disappoint us in some way.

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