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What does the Bible say about marriage?

This brand-new audiobook provides a concise, easy-to-listen-to resource on the biblical teachings of marriage. There are 12 sections, each addressing a common question relating to the overall topic.

Personal stories, categorized scriptures, and practical advice make the What the Bible Says About... series perfect for personal and ministry use. Other titles in the series address important contemporary topics, such as money, divorce, and grieving.

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  • Carrie
  • 22-12-2008

The BEST hour and fifteen minutes ever listend to

This is a great book for anyone who is married, serious relationships or not. The whole series is wonderful but, this is my favorite. The beginning is slow but, keep listening... This book is a great tool to listen to with your spouce to work through, comfort and strive to keep your marriage alive, for both men and womans roles and to give insite into what GOD says about marriage and relationships.

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