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Posted December 12, 2013
What an awesome book! Love Love Love it!! The author is a true man of God. Ladies if you are truely awaiting on your Boaz this book is a must read. The author teaches in a way that is simple to read and understand. If you follow God's guide and his way it will truely be more than worth the wait. After reading this book I am no longer anxious or in any way in a hurry but instead patient and using the tools that God has blessed Stephan with having the knowledge and heart to share. Thanks again Stephan what an investment that I surely will read I'm sure more than one time. Ladies get the book!!!
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Posted January 31, 2014
In this writing, Mr. Labossiere gets straight to the point with each premise. There is no undue repetition or unjustifiable commentary. You get exactly what you need to have a clear understanding of what is being stated and you move on to the next idea. I LOVE IT!
I loved the position taken by the author. Stephan Labossiere makes it clear at the onset that he is human. He repeats this notion throughout the book while also reminding the reader of his/her own humanity. I believe this realization is essential within a book of this genre. In reading books with a religious basis, one must always be reminded that the book and its principles are not equivalent to the bible and its principles. This correlates directly with another statement Mr. Labossiere repeats throughout the book, which is the fact that God himself should be acknowledged constantly as we make our lives’ decisions.
My favorite aspect of this book was the tone of the author throughout! I remember getting excited as soon as I started with the introduction! I could hear Mr. Labossiere making his statements in much the same voice as I would amongst a group of friends. I could hear his statements in friendly discussions and could immediately appreciate the openness with which he guides his own coaching clients and friends. For me, this made the book all the more authentic. His down-to-earth tone kept the reading lively and engaging. It opened me up to not only the examples provided but also caused me to readily apply the scenarios to my personal life and the lives of those around me. Great job Mr Labossiere!
Posted January 4, 2014
As Stephan states this book isn't for a woman seeking tips on "how to hook a man" or "how to understand a man". This book is way deeper than that and requires work most women run from.
The most impressive part of this book is how the author clearly explained the relationship between Ruth and Boaz. This was essential for any woman who purchased this book because it's the foundation of what a woman must realize in her desire for the man she wants.
If you're desire is to be told you are okay in your current space or if you are looking for a book to co-sign on you blaming the world for what has went wrong in your life...this is not the book. The spiritual tone of the book urges every woman to let go of the past anchors holding her down so she can experience a greater love for who she is. By doing such it frees her to be able to conduct herself with high regard.
One of the things I quickly realized if you lack a man's respect the relationship won't last. The key to reading and applying this book is not to try to re-package yourself into the woman you think a man will accept but yet dealing with your own past hurt, unwillingness to forgive, inability to connect with anyone, walls you have put up, and lack of spiritual foundation.
"God Where is My Boaz" is a guideline to you getting out of your OWN way and allowing God to have his way in your life. We constantly say we are tired or fed up but run right back to friends, family, or the secular world for answers. It's time to work your issues out by using Faith and letting go of Fear, realizing you can't keep using your own recipe for a successful relationship while adding a "sprinkle of God" in it when you feel like it. It is time to heal, forgive, let down walls, understand your worth, command respect, and let God have his way.
Written by a man for women, "God Where Is My Boaz" gives you honest and real information on how to find a healthy relationship geared toward success.
Posted December 31, 2013
I went into this book with one thinking, and once finished came out with something totally different.
Stephan Labossiere, gives excellent clear explanation in this book.
He leaves nothing unanswered so even if you aren’t looking for your Boaz, you should still read this.
It had me rethinking on how to approach love and relationships. And more importantly it reminded me that God has the final answer.
God where is my Boaz is something I will keep in my nightstand as a reminder and as a guide, this is one the best love and relationships, book I’ve read in a while. Two thumbs up..
Posted February 26, 2014
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Posted February 7, 2014
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