Item description for Finding Your Perfect Mate by H. Norman Wright...
Overview Now Norm Wright¿s bestselling classic Finding Your Perfect Mate has a new, updated cover that¿s fresh and exciting. In this helpful book, Norm offers thoughtful words of wisdom, encouragement, and guidance on one of life¿s most important decisions. He also contributes valuable insights based on years of premarital counseling:
*What role does God have in helping find a future mate? *How can I know when I¿ve found the right person? *How can I overcome the frustrations of singleness? *What if I¿ve already been married before?
A dynamic book with a great message for people who seek God¿s guidance in finding a perfect lifetime companion.
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Studio: Harvest House Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.98" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2003
Publisher Harvest House Publishers
ISBN 0736909826 ISBN13 9780736909822
Availability 0 units.
More About H. Norman Wright
Dr. H. Norman Wright is a grief and trauma therapist and a licensed marriage, family, and child therapist. He has been on the faculty at Biola University and Talbot School of Theology, where he taught graduate students in counseling and psychology for four decades. He has authored more than 80 books, including the bestsellers Always Daddy's Girl and Before You Say I Do. Norman and his wife, Tess, live in Bakersfield, California.
H. Norman Wright currently resides in Long Beach, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Finding Your Perfect Mate?
Almost Excellent ... Aug 11, 2003
I really liked this book. What I did not like was chapter 5 "Where Do I Meet Them and What Do I say?" In this chapter, the author suggests making yourself available to be in places where people with similar interests are sure to also frequent. There's pros and cons to that idea. The point is that women should not be making themselves "available" to meet other singles. We are "good things to be FOUND" according to the Bible. Eve was presented to Adam, the man she was made for. She didn't make herself available to meet him or anyone else, she was made "for" him and therefore was presented "to" him by God.
The website "Eharmony.com" was promoted for single Christian dating. We Christian singles are not to be "dating" rather we should be "courting". Dating does not mean today what it meant in the past. In the past, "dating" was similar to what "engagement" means today, that definition is far from what dating means in this day and age. In the courting process you are getting to know the individual with the intent to marry. If we are doing God's business, He will make sure we meet our intended. When it is truly God, you won't have a series of trial and error periods.
I appreciated that the author touched on "The Second Time Around" which is for those who have been married before and are now divorced. The points in that chapter were thought provoking. In all of the books that I've read regarding courting and relationships, this is the first book I've read that referenced this topic.
So you're letting God provide a mate for you....now what??? Oct 3, 1998
This is an excellent book because not only it discuss topics about finding the perfect mate, it also discusses if you were meant to be married in the first place, some people forget to ask that question about themselves. I like this book because Wright shows that relationships have advantages as well as disadvantages, and if both people in the relationship focus is God, things can be worked out. At the end of the book there are so many questions you can ask about yourself and you mate as well. This is a great books for singles to read, so when they encounter a future relationship, they are ahead of the process and are not ruled by there emotions, God is leading the relationship.