I found some of these devotionals to be very eye opening. I liked that they were short (only a page or two). There are practical applications at the end of each devotion as well. He doesn't attack anyone in this book it is not against me or women (like I've found other books to do.) In fact it is really about focusing on your spouse rather than yourself. Also, when you focus on your spouse's needs/wants and do what you are supposed to do the rest falls into place.
Have you ever been excited about having a regular devotional time with your spouse, only to end up feeling distracted, frustrated, or misunderstood after your time together?
While most women are energized by the idea of going through a couples' devotional, best-selling author and marriage expert Dr. Emerson Eggerichs has observed that many men feel the opposite. "The typical husband just doesn't find the standard devotional book for couples that interesting-or that friendly. After trying it a few times, he just sort of finds other things to do," says Emerson.
That is why The Love & Respect Experience is different. After surveying thousands of couples about their top concerns and struggles, Emerson has crafted a fifty-two week devotional that will appeal to both wives and husbands as they seek to listen to what God has to say to them.
Each brief devotional, designed to fit into busy lifestyles, review the core principles of Love & Respect while inviting you to discover what God's Word has to say to you individually, then to you has a couple. Because each couple is different, Emerson gives practical, helpful advice and direction for making this devotional work for your marriage.
The Love & Respect Experience is an effective tool to help you and your spouse invigorate your experience with God and rejuvenate your marriage with love and respect.
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Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review purposes. Thank You to Book Sneeze for providing a review copy. As always opinions expressed are my own.