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The Marriage You've Always Wanted Bible Study

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  • Posted September 28, 2009

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    Excellent Bible study for married couples

    You may be familiar with Gary Chapman as he wrote the popular book The Five Love Languages. I have read another one of his books called The Marriage You've Always Wanted as well as The Marriage You've Always Wanted Bible Study.

    I enjoyed reading these together and appreciated how they complimented each other. I didn't find the study guide to be just a repeat of the book, which is often the case I've found with books/study guides. They went together but with new information and stories. One thing I really liked about the Bible study was looking up the answers to the questions in the Bible. Some of the verses are included in the text but some you have to look up yourself. It seems many times in other Bible studies a Bible reference is made and then the answer is given. The reader has to think and come up with his own answers in this study, which I liked. I found the questions to be appropriate and thought provoking.

    Topics covered include forgiveness, positive response to anger, sexual fulfillment, money, listening, agreeing, and prayer.

    I enjoy Chapman's writing style because it is easy to read and has stories from real couples related to each topic. It is easy to relate to him and understand the points he makes for marriage.

    I highly recommend this book and study guide for you. It would be great to do as a husband and wife or with a small group.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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