Marry Wisely Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation

Does marriage matter any If so, is it even possible to have a stable marriage How do you choose the right one Is there anything to work on now, even before being in a relationship Marry Wisely, Marry Well teaches you how to start building your future marriage house even before you begin a relationship Learn to make a wise choice of a spouse, and how to start preparDoes marriage matter any If so, is it even possible to have a stable marriage How do you choose the right one Is there anything to work on now, even before being in a relationship Marry Wisely, Marry Well teaches you how to start building your future marriage house even before you begin a relationship Learn to make a wise choice of a spouse, and how to start preparing yourself for a future relationship that is truly built on Christ.
Marry Wisely Marry Well A Blueprint for Personal Preparation Does marriage matter any If so is it even possible to have a stable marriage How do you choose the right one Is there anything to work on now even before being in a relationship Marry Wisely Marry

  • Title: Marry Wisely Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation
  • Author: Ernie Baker
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  • Page: 411
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Don’t Skip the Subtitle!Have you ever failed to read the subtitle of a book only to realize that you missed the main point before you ever started? If you read Ernie Baker’s Marry Wisely, Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation without considering the subtitle, you could be missing the most important aspect of this fantastic book! Many times, young singles (I was one 3 years ago!) want a book that will tell them how to find the perfect spouse, start the perfect marriage, and give th [...]

    2. A cursory glance at the relationship section in any Christian bookstore reveals that there is a great interest in the topic of relationships. Many of these books are designed to help marriages that are in trouble or are experiencing some sort of difficulty. There are generally few books which prepare a young person for marriage. Those that do tackle this topic are generally promoting some sort of methodology which promises to be "the Biblical method". Marry Wisely, Marry Well by Ernie Baker is a [...]

    3. Some stuff was pretty basic, but it had some really helpful tools for digging into my heart motivations and desires.

    4. Marriage has been on my mind a lot lately. It’s not just that I’m celebrating fifteen years with my Hubby this year. It’s also that my oldest child turned eleven in March. I suddenly realize that he’s half grown, and he’s not far away from having feelings for girls, and I realize that in a few short years, he (and my other three) will be at the age to begin contemplating marriage. I wonder how I will counsel them and what I will do as they being to choose their marriage partners. So, w [...]

    5. This is a crucial read for the youth and those who minister to them. He emphasizes wisdom, worship, and maturity in this guide to personal preparation for marruage. He shows that becoming a person worthy of marrying is to be prioritized in this process. This is the best pre-engagement resource I have read and have used with my counselees who desire to pursue marriage, but are ignorant and intimidated of the process."I would urge you to commit to starting the construction of your future marriage [...]

    6. In "Marry Wisely, Marry Well", Ernie Baker lays out many things I wish I had been taught more consistently during my formative and single years. Using the analogy of building a house, the reader is brought from the single life ("building a foundation") through married life (building the 1st and 2nd floors and the roof).While any married couple would benefit from reading this book (no matter where you are in your relationship years, it's not too late to work on any problem areas), I would recomme [...]

    7. Ernie Baker wrote his book Marry Wisely Marry Well: A Blueprint for Personal Preparation "to bring home to those who are not married--in high school, college or beyond--a hope that you don't have to experience a failed marriage--hope that the Lord, through Scripture, will give you wisdom to choose a spouse. It is also written with the conviction that you can start preparing now for marriage--before you are in a relationship. Prepare yourself now by doing things that will lead to stability in you [...]

    8. When it comes to relationships, more specifically, to dating and marriage relationships, I think of some excellent resources that are available for people to read. Perhaps, one of the best books available for a person who is single but is desiring to get married some day, or a single person currently pursuing a relationship, is Ernie Baker's book, "Marry Wisely, Marry Well." I have yet to meet a person who says, "Yeah, I want to marry the wrong person." That kind of thinking is, in all probabili [...]

    9. "Marry Wisely, Marry Well by Ernie Baker is a book for such a time as this in our Christian culture when the God ordained and established institution of marriage is under fierce attack from all sides, when Christian dating all too often leads to immoral and ungodly behavior with devastating consequences, and the divorce rate among Christians is at an all-time high. In his new book, author Baker provides solid Biblical wisdom as to how to plan and prepare for a Christ honoring marriage, explainin [...]

    10. And I thoughtMarry Wisely, Marry Well is an excellent resource for young people. The excellence of this book is spoken for in the above video. This is a book filled with Wisdom. The book begins with the truth that a good and Godly marriage is built on Wisdom. Wisdom from God and building a firm foundation in and through Christ. The book which is simple and easy to read is filled with scripture reference and stories. I think what impressed me the most was the Marriage Project at the end of the bo [...]

    11. Coming from an ultra-conservative background, I had heard much of this before. I agreed with most of it, but didn't find a whole lot new. But it was good, and helpful in that it made me take a deeper look at my heart and what I can do to help prepare for marriage now.As someone pointed out on amazon, the statistics mentioned in the book may scare away someone from marrying unless they have a really good job, but as they were just facts stated from polls, and not harped on, I don't think this a b [...]

    12. Baker does a fantastic job a laying biblical foundations for marriage. One of the best chapters was chapter 3 on attraction. I would wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone preparing for marriage or who is already married.

    13. It is not a bad book if this is (among) your first read on this topic. But to someone like me who has read a ton on this subject, it was just okay.

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