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Get Lost: Your Guide to Finding True Love

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  • Posted November 18, 2013

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    Love can be so complicated, if we let it. We tend to associate e

    Love can be so complicated, if we let it. We tend to associate everything with love: We love our friends, animals, food, shows, etc. Dannah breaks it down for us though:
    Hesed is the Hebrew form of love. Hesed describes the God kind of love for us.
    In the Greek, this love is called agape. This love is unfailing, and is not rooted in emotionalism or circumstances. It is a love that is about the other and not oneself. Agape is the love we really desire, and it is offered to us.
    She also shows us at the beginning we are wired for craving. She lets us know it is not wrong to want to be loved, but most of the time we lean on people to offer us love instead of God.
    Get Lost reveals that we need to get over ourselves and get lost in God. In this book you will guide yourself into an experience of getting to know what it is like to get lost with God: His Word, His Voice, His Love.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2013

    Get Lost, Your Guide to Finding True Love", is all about fo

    Get Lost, Your Guide to Finding True Love", is all about focusing your relationship on God more than a guy.  Author Dannah Gresh shares how she was transformed by a saying that she heard.  "A woman should be so lost in God that a guy has to seek Him to find her".  Ooh, gives me chills.




    Dannah explains how to stop looking for love in all the wrong places by refocusing your desires on getting closer to God.  She leads readers on a 10 day love feast which challenges readers.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2015

    At first, I got this book because I thought it would totally be

    At first, I got this book because I thought it would totally be one of those cheesy books that give you how tos about the dating world. I was fully expecting to not enjoy the book, but I have got to say I ended up liking it a lot. There is some very practical advice on your approach to finding love. No one has ever put things into perspective for me like this! The author, Dannah Gresh, does an amazing job of addressing the issue of replacing God in your life with that 'ideal' relationship, and I think this is a topic so many girls today are facing - yet no body is willing to take the time to discuss! For me, the book wasn't only speaking about boys, it was referring to anything in my life that consumes my thoughts, or that I've tried to use to fill that 'missing piece' or 'hole' inside me! It could be anything...careers, dreams, goals, accomplishments - doesn't matter! It is only a temporary "fix", replacement, or distraction to the real solution - and that is a relationship with our Heavenly Father! Thank you Dannah for putting into words that spoke so directly to me! I recommend this for all woman and girls! Regardless of if you're married, single, or somewhere in-between! I guarantee it'll change the way you view yourself, as well as your relationships, and pursuit of love!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 29, 2013

    Want to get it

    Heard people talking about this book on Focus on the Family. I want to get because I have very mixed emotions when it comes to romance. Hope this will help.

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