Who Has Your Heart?: The Single Woman's Pursuit of Godliness

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As a single woman, Emily Ryan filled her library with books about the single life written from just about every  angle by both married and single authors, but none of them spoke to her heart. Her search for answers forced her to turn to God, the Author, and in Who Has Your Heart? she leads you on a quest that points you back to your heavenly Father, making Him the focus of your attractions rather than "a faceless man known only in your dreams."

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Overview

As a single woman, Emily Ryan filled her library with books about the single life written from just about every  angle by both married and single authors, but none of them spoke to her heart. Her search for answers forced her to turn to God, the Author, and in Who Has Your Heart? she leads you on a quest that points you back to your heavenly Father, making Him the focus of your attractions rather than "a faceless man known only in your dreams."

With freshness, humor, and I've-been-there insights, author Emily Ryan provides an "unnamed, unmarried, and unshakable" scriptural role model for single women. Drawing biblical principles from the example of Jephthah's daughter, whose story is told in Judges 11, the author gives single women a unique perspective. Rather than throwing all of their energies into finding a husband, Emily encourages women to discover who they are in Christ, following the lead of a "single woman who teaches us how to be godly."

Emily's realistic approach will inspire single women of all ages to find their identity in Christ rather than in marital status. As she says; "This is not a book about dating. It's not about preparing for marriage. And it's definitely not a book about how to be single."

You will find peace and contentment as you become a woman who is more preoccupied with who you are in God's eyes than with who you are as a single. Questions at the end of each chapter will guide you through the process of discovering who God wants you to be in Him.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781572931893
  • Publisher: Discovery House Publishers
  • Publication date: 10/1/2006
  • Pages: 240
  • Product dimensions: 5.38 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Emily Ryan spent her post-college years as an active member of the largest singles ministry in Houston, Texas, where she first taught the principles in this book as a Bible study.

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