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Bishop Eddie Long draws on the powerful story of Samson and Delilah to teach men and women God's wonderful pattern for marriage. Written not just for married couples, but also for singles, those who are divorced, and couples considering marriage, he shares key truths of God's plan for relationships. These keys include what true manhood and womanhood look like, how godly relationships grow over time, why God ordained sex for marriage only, how to change destructive patterns before they wreck a marriage, and more. Includes a foreword from T. D. Jakes.
|Publisher:||Bethany House Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.26(w) x 8.44(h) x 0.57(d)|
About the Author
Bishop Eddie L. Long has been pastor of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church since 1987, now a congregation of over 25,000. Located in Lithonia, Georgia, the church impacts the community through outreach programs and community-empowering projects. Bishop Long has authored several books including 60 Seconds to Greatness: Seize the Moment and Plan for Success.
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I Don't Want Delilah I Need You based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
I read this book about 10yrs ago..but the teaching were so intense..it still stays with me! I re-ordered the book..for my bible study/women's group! I think every women who has been in upsetting relationships...and every man that don't know why your partner act the way she does, needs to read this book!!! If you have been shattered...don't know where to start..with relationship...here you go! Read this!
I was glad to hear a preacher teach on the subject of Delilah with such intensity. It was long overdue. There are so many Delilahs in our midst today that destroys marriages and infest bodies with sexually transmitted diseases which ultimately leads to death. Delilah kills spiritually and physically. Beware of Delilah.
This book is truly a great book for any man, woman, boy or girl to read and understand. It's so easy for us to forget the basics of life. You will be blessed by purchasing and reading this book. I have read it at least twice thus far.