If You Don't Die to Self, I May Have to Kill You: An Extreme Marriage Makeover

If You Don't Die to Self, I May Have to Kill You: An Extreme Marriage Makeover

by Long
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If You Don't Die to Self, I May Have to Kill You: An Extreme Marriage Makeover 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a witty, honest look at marriage and how the application of God's principals can truly save us all. I laughed and cried and ultimately rejoiced at God's victorious promises for marriage! I will recommend this to all my married clients and friends!
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a great book, just to curl up on the couch and read. I suggest waiting until everyone is asleep, because you won¿t want to put it down. Karen invites you into her life, holding nothing back! An author that really let¿s you know her for who she is. She takes tragic things in her marriage and has you laughing out loud while she tells you. I found myself laughing, picturing their lives, and crying with her, in her pain. I have learned a lot reading this book. It is entertaining and inspirational. It is very worth reading!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The book is a refreshingly candid and comical look at what a tragic mistake it is to attempt marriage without an accurate understanding of God as He represents Himself in Scripture. My wife and I laugh out loud on nearly every page and shed tears of joy as Karen Long brings the deep principles of true love into marvelous light. Thank you Karen (and husband Paul) for your brutal and selfless honesty.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I very much enjoyed this book....it gives me hope that marriage can work. I am actually a friend of Paul and Karens and have been for over 20 years. I've watched them be tranformed by the love of Christ through counseling by Pastor Rich. The book reads just as if you were a part of their lives, you can feel their joy, their pain and their rebirth. The books is easy to read and will give you much input on how we need to die to self in order for God to transform our lives
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mrs. Long's book is long on wind but short on substance. Does she ever let us forget that she's a 'former pushy journalist,' or has been in the company of famous people? I was pre-reading this book for a friend of mine who is contemplating divorce, but Karen's 'horror' stories are laughable-trite mishaps compared to real abuse, neglect and devistation that goes on in real people's marriages. Her husband may have been rude, but he provides a home with an 'expansive' yard when there are many women whose husbands provide nothing but bruises and tears. If you are looking for a laugh, read this book, it is chronologically disjointed and written to a low reading level, but occasionally funny. But if you are struggling in your marriage, go somewhere else, don't waste your time here.