Whether you’re a hardcore reader or a sports-magazine-only type of reader, this is a book for you. It’s interesting, it’s to the point, it’s practical, it’s funny, it’s useful, and it’s short.
While his recomendations may seem really simplistic and not too deep, don’t be fooled. Loving selflessly is not an easy task, and this book gives you ways to put your wife in front of yourself. It will confront your selfishness. It will point you to Jesus.
This book is great because it’s spelt out so clearly. You aren’t left wondering what you just read. Boom. There it is. Nice and simple.
Have you lost sight of the value of putting effort into your own marriage? Consider Doug’s words:
“In marriage, when I wound or hurt or trample on my wife’s heart, I am really doing the same to my own heart. Or the more positive way to look at it is this: when I enhance my spou8se’s heart, I am really enhancing my own at the same time.”
You and your wife are one. You and your wife are to picture Christ and the church. That’s a huge deal. This book could be the wakeup call you need. Read this book.
5/5 Paper Movement Stars
I recieved a complimentary copy of this book courtesy of Booklook Bloggers.