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Destiny Image Single, Married, Separated, and Life After Divorce: Expanded Edition - eBook

Single, Married, Separated, and Life After Divorce offers hope and healing to singles, married couples, separated, and divorced. Emphasizing the importance of singleness no matter what your state in life, Dr. Myles Munroe helps people in all stages of life recognize their self-worth, potential, and worthiness as God's special creation. Book, workbook, and journal combined all in one book. Paperback.
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Customer Reviews for Single, Married, Separated, and Life After Divorce: Expanded Edition - eBook
Review 1 for Single, Married, Separated, and Life After Divorce: Expanded Edition - eBook
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Date:August 24, 2011
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Shearon Piper
Location:NAPLES FL
Age:55-65
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GREAT BOOK BEING USED IN A DISCIPLESHIP PROGRAM IN OUR CHURCH FOR WOMEN.
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Review 2 for Single, Married, Separated, and Life After Divorce: Expanded Edition - eBook
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MUST read for EVERYONE!

Date:May 17, 2011
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OnTiptoe
Location:Front Royal, VA
Age:45-54
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This excellent book dispels the myth that single people are "less than whole"! It give sound spiritual advice on how to embrace the single lifestyle, turn our focus on our Father and allow HIM to move in our lives relationally. If more would put their trust in HIM to guide their relationship choices, I believe there would be less heartache.
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