God Send Me My Husband
Are you a devout young Christian single that feels the right person might never come for you?
Are you thinking of just letting go and settling with someone that doesn’t feel right for your life?
Do you fear that maybe God has forgotten you and left you alone with no hope?
Get this amazing, enticing book by Sherylynne L. Rochester and let it remind you of what you may be forgetting; that He always has the best in store for us and all He asks for is simply our patience and faith – otherwise we may have to face the repercussions of dangerous and destructive relationships that lurk just around the corner!
Follow a Christian woman’s story as she learns the dangers of desperation!
Meet Laila, a woman of true values and Christian ethics that struggles between her fear that she may never find the right man to share her life with and her prayer to God to bring him in her path. What can happen if she lets herself stray from His loving embrace? What can happen if she allows desperation to overtake her?
Let her guide you through her inner thoughts, doubts, and fears as she finally meets her one and only – or is she letting herself believe that she does? In the end, is he her way to pure romantic bliss or a really great disguise for a pathway leading somewhere else?
Share the message she tries to convey. Strengthen your faith in the One who knows who the right one is for you and when it is the right time for you to meet the love of your life – even though it may feel like it takes a long time for marriage to come.
With amazing details, beautiful descriptions and exquisite emotional sharing, Sherylynne Rochester guides you through a brilliant story, answers your questions, shares testimonies, addresses your fears and soothes your soul by reminding you the simplest of truths; God who loves you is writing your love story – just have faith and don’t risk your soul’s integrity due to some moments of weakness; because some choices have irreversible results.
This is a very, good book. It helps remind all of us women that we need to just trust in God when we reach out to him. He moves at his own pace and may be quiet but he is always there if we are willing to listen. This book is not just for readers who are single but married as well. We could all take a page from this book and realign ourselves on the right path.
There was a comment made by one of the characters in the story about not constantly tearing down husbands. Marriage is hard enough without the lack of support. While, this may at times seem hard, it is am important thought to remember. I know I feel bad when I have done this to my husband and it does not portray the message that I want him to receive...I love him and am proud and supportive of him.
It was frustrating at times to see Lailah yelling for God to send her a husband but then rushing into her relationship with Miles and then dismissing God's warnings. Yet, when you take a step back, I am sure we have all been like Lailah and settled for the first guy that showed us affection but than got mad at God when it did not turn out the way we wanted it; not the way that God planned it. I know at the beginning before I met my husband, I did fall for some guys that were not up to the standard either I or God would have wanted for me. As the author points out at the end of the book, there are some lessons that can be taken away from this book. In fact, this book would make a good Bible study choice.