Devotional Stories for Wives.
About the Book:
Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Wives will inspire, uplift, and counsel any woman of faith who needs a boost or reminder of God’s ever-present love as she goes through the ups and downs of daily life and marriage. This collection of 101 unique devotionals – consisting of a scripture reading, a Chicken Soup for the Soul story, and a custom-written prayer by women of faith – will affirm God’s unconditional love and His wisdom. Women will find solace and strength in these stories that cover everything from everyday trials to tests of faith.
Life has always been filled with trials, including illness, job loss, grief, addictions, and much more. God never promised that earthly lives would be without difficulties, but he assured us that he will always be present to share burdens. “Chicken Soup for the Soul: Devotional Stories for Tough Times” is filled with stories that show God’s presence during a time of trouble.
Struggles test us all, but readers will find counsel and reassurance in these devotional stories of faith, strength, and prayer, providing a boost and reminder of Gods ever-present love during difficult times.Life is filled with trials. But this collection of 101 unique devotionals – consisting of a scripture reading, a Chicken Soup for the Soul story, and a custom-written prayer – will affirm Gods unconditional love and His presence during times of trouble.
Reading this book was refreshing.
It made me reflect upon my own marriage and being a young wife. Marriage isn’t perfect and my husband and I have been together for a very long time.
I’m very happy to say that we’ve learned a way to make our marriage work. We’ve found our perfect plan where we don’t fight, love unconditionally and work together as a team. We all go through trials and tribulations in life and seeing how other people triumphed is amazing.
This contest is open to CANADIANS and starts on December 23rd, 2013 and ends on January 7th, 2014.
How do you handle the ups and downs of your relationship?
Let me know, til then–cheers m’deres!