Saturday, February 26, 2011

Review of Couples Who Pray

**This review might offend some people. If you get offended after reading this then please do not leave a rude comment. I will simply ban you and delete your comment. Thanks**

This book was very refreshing to read. I really enjoyed it. This book had examples of couples who prayed together and because they prayed together, the couples relationships were better at a bunch of things such as communicating, love making,etc. And how when they brought GOD into the relationship he blessed their efforts and made there life better. I agree myself that having three people in a relationship, me and my husband and GOD truly makes a marriage better. Having a three cord knot on a rope so to speak.

There was a story of a couple who sounded just like mine, how a husband hurt his arm and didn't want to tell the wife for fear she would worry but once he told her she was relived he was talking to her about his problems and opening up and felt more close to him.

Another quote I agreed with in this book is how many couples rarely pray together with the exception of meal time. How couples would benefit from more prayer and being closer together.

My only complaint about the book is how people do not like praying because they fear that GOD is busy and does not have time for us. But in reality, GOD is never to busy to hear our prayers, no matter how often we do it or what time it is, he is always there for us and can hear us and will help us out. He is a loving and caring GOD and takes cares of us in ways we can never imagine.

I truly enjoyed this book and would recommend this book to anyone.

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