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Overview Readers are armed with the Word of God, testimonies of the author and other women, and prayerful applications to help guide them toward deliverance from unequally yoked relationships with nonbelievers or immature Christians. Readers are challenged with the question, How can he love you as Christ loves the church, if he does not know how Christ loves the church. This book offers encouragement and hope to single Christian women. Reprint.
From The Book Jacket I Love Him Lord, but He's Not a Christian is the unmarried Christian woman's guide to deliverance from relationships with men who do not share your faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Unequally yoked relationships are toxic. This book, premised on God's Holy Scriptures, encourages you to seek freedom from the toxic relationship you may be in, forsake the toxic relationship you may be considering, or thwart the plan of the devil to engage you in toxic relationships in the future.
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Holy Matrimony Mar 15, 2008
The fate of Christian marriages is in crisis. Divorce rates among the children of God rivals those of the secular world. Although Christians are armed with the power of prayer, a lot of times we don't take God's warning about being in a relationship with an unbeliever to heart. This is oftentimes the root cause of what Latasha G. Hines refers to as toxic relationships.
I LOVE HIM LORD, BUT HE'S NOT A CHRISTIAN is an excellent guide for those who are looking to date and eventually marry. Supported by scripture that conveys strong loving relationships between a man and a woman, this guide can help easily identify where relationships may have gone wrong. It also shares sound, spiritual advice on how to approach a relationship the right way - God's way.
I LOVE HIM LORD, BUT HE'S NOT A CHRISTIAN spoke to me on so many levels. The book was so good, I wanted to devour it in one setting; but I believe Hine's intent was for the reader to savor the writing, along with studying the bible and spending time in prayer. Hines shared points I never considered in regards to my relationship with God and the relationships I had in the past. This book is an excellent resource for a singles ministry or just for individual study before embarking on a new relationship. I also feel it can be a helpful aide for couples who are going through pre-marital counseling or those who are seeking to strengthen their marriage.
Reviewed by Paula Henderson of The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
Wonderful Book Dec 11, 2007
I Love Him Lord, but He's Not a Christian is a powerful book based on God's Word. Although I am married, the book is an excellent tool to help me help my girlfriends who are restling in toxic relationships. Because the book is rooted in the Word, it reminds me of the type of loving and sacrificial marriage God intends me to have. I love the structure of the book which includes Scriptures, personal accounts, and prayerful applications. This book is truly a treasure for women who want to avoid bad relationships.