Item description for No Man's Concubine: Tell the Concubine she was meant to be a Queen by Beverly D. Allen...
Overview For every man who respects and honors womanhood, far too many others treat women with less than dignity. Much dignity is lost by women who endure abuse at the hands of ruthless and non-caring men. They may spend weeks, months, and even years trapped in relationships that leave them scarred for life. Women are being led into relationships that rob them of their innocence. They are victims of men who act like predators.Many women felt they were too wise to be seduced. Others failed to heed obvious warning signs. The Bible cautions that we are all subject to temptation. Only a fool will stand convinced that Satan can be outsmarted by our own devices. Beverly Allen writes a compelling case for women to stand in the holiness that God intended. Certainly, the poignant tale of a well-meaning young Christian woman is an example of how the best intentions can be betrayed. "The choice for 21st century women is vital to joy in this life and the life to come. No Man's Concubine is a message for this generation. Parents and caring adults should share this book with every single woman they love. No one who reads this book will come away without being edified." -Elder James P. Murray
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.06" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594675880 ISBN13 9781594675881
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Robin Caldwell Review/Gospelcity.com Jul 10, 2006
No Man's Concubine June 15, 2006 on www.gospelcity.com By Robin Caldwell
Author: Beverly D. Allen
Friends and I often discuss the relationships we've given up to follow Christ. At the very top of the list would be the men who wanted the benefits of marriage without the commitment. Such arrangements slowly tear away at a woman's dignity. The decision faced is to remain in shame or leave with the soul in tact.
Beverly D. Allen, author of No Man's Concubine: Tell the Concubine She was Meant to be a Queen (Xulon Press) declares that God never created women to be surrogate wives and articulates that point in No Man's Concubine.
Allen speaks with a voice of experience having spent years as the concubine of a man who provided financially and fathered her son. Unfortunately, the relationship left her pondering her worth and value as a woman. Godly counsel enabled her to relinquish the lifestyle she led and her hurting heart over to the lordship of Jesus Christ. Allen freely shares that wisdom coupled with sound biblical instruction with women in similar situations.
In chapter one, Allen explicates the definition of concubine and its application to women who settle for secondary wife status. She also offers an expository through the Bible that essentially characterizes the concubine as a woman who is demeaned and demoralized.
Beverly Allen has researched her topic well. She obviously learned a lot about herself and God's view of virtue. No Man's Concubine leaves few stones unturned and Allen appears to have an answer for almost everything regarding women and illicit relationships.
No Man's Concubine is well-intentioned and written from a pure place in Allen's heart. However, sometimes the book reads like information overload, which is its most memorable flaw. No Man's Concubine would serve Allen's message much better if the editing of the content were more concise and ordered.
Flawed or not, Allen speaks from a sweet place that only wants the best for daughters of the King. Allen wants God's women to accept their royal inheritance and to walk in their assigned roles as queens. And she wants women to walk away from exploitative relationships that tear away at the very core of their souls.
No Man's Concubine contains the meat appropriate for women's ministry and bible studies directed to single, divorced and widowed women. There are enough raw materials to help women make informed lifestyle choices.
Visit www.christiandatingrelationships.com for more information on the author, her book and ministry.
I Ain't No Concubine.... May 2, 2006
Single, Married, Divorced, Never been but desire to be married..., Young & Old, this book is for Women & Men on how to Love God first, your neighbor & most of all... Yourself! Although I thought I knew how to date and carry myself, this book took my understanding to another level. Evang.Allen brings it clear, "no holds bar" on the realities of dating, respecting & loving yourself. I thank God for people like her, and good readings like this.
Great Christian Dating and Christian Relationship Advice Aug 27, 2005
Ms. Allen's book, "No Man's Concubine, Tell The Concubine She Was Meant To Be A Queen" is a fresh combination of history, Scripture and personal experience for those in need of Christian dating advice or a Christian perspective on right relationships. A unique book.