Item description for The One: A Realistic Guide to Choosing Your Soul Mate by Samuel Adams & Ben Young...
In their bestselling book, "The Ten Commandments of Dating," Ben Young and Samuel Adams showed singles how to date effectively. Now ""The One"" shows Christians who to date and how to negotiate the difficulties of choosing a soul mate. The biggest question on the minds of the 78 million singles in America is simply this: "How can I find the right one?" This book answers that question, giving entertaining yet practical advice for that seemingly endless quest to find ""The One."" This book emphasizes free will, personal responsibility, proactivity, and preparation, helping singles avoid the pitfalls of dangerous beliefs and hyper-spirituality. Single Christians will learn what approaches to avoid in mate selection, recognize the myths about finding true love, and learn practical strategies for finding the right person to marry.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.58 lbs.
Release Date Jul 8, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0785296573 ISBN13 9780785296577
Reviews - What do customers think about The One: A Realistic Guide to Choosing Your Soul Mate?
The One: A Realistic Guide To Choosing Your Soul Mate Feb 29, 2008
I purchased "The One: A realistic Guide to Choosing Your Soul Mate," for my signifcant other at her request. She had borrowed a copy from a friend and decided that she needed her own copy as what she was learning applied directly to things she could do to improve her life. Though I have not yet read the book myself, I have had enough passages reas to me to realize that this book has the power to truly influence and perhaps changes one's life for the better. My friend and I have both gone through divorces that have impacted us in many ways. We found each other and wish to build upon what we have discovered about ourselves and each other. This book provides some clear ways to rediscover a self that may be surpressed, that needs uplifting and inspiring. I would recommend it to anyone feeling a need to reconnect with self and others.
A great relationship book by great relationship authors Jan 25, 2008
This is another gem of a dating/marriage book from Christian-relationship gurus Sam Adams and Ben Young. I read this book in 2003 and at that moment, was convinced to make a commitment follow its advice.
...And I'm proud to announce that it has paid off dearly as I've met a wonderful woman who hits all the right "zones" (as you'll read about in the book). We'll be getting married in 2008, and I have in no small part, the wisdom from "The One" to thank.
If you read this book (and The Ten Commandments of Dating) and follow the advice found inside, you'll find yourself much better off in the world of relationships.
Soulmates Nov 14, 2004
This book is great in trying to educate younger people or lift their awareness levels to live healthier lives. However I discovered first hand that there is a greater gift beyond soulmates. It's the twin soul. This book is good because most people don't understand themselves or relationships enough or aren't mean to in this lifetime have the twin connection. Soulmates are also meant for our growth and most people need to understand and grow through them. That's the bigger thing most people need to understand. There are however other rarer relationships.
An excellent book for single women Jun 30, 2002
If you are in the process of meeting the love of your life, or if you have already met somebody, this is an excellent book to help you make the right choice or to find out if the man you are dating is the one and how to keep him.
"THe One" May 18, 2002
I am on a friends computor. I really enjoyed the book I am single and live in Southern Australia , I appreciate books that teach how best we can live for our Lord Jesus Christ...... Don Birch PS AS I said before please note this is a friends e-mail address