The 10 Commandments of Marriage: The Do's and Don'ts for a Lifelong Covenant

The Commandments of Marriage The Do s and Don ts for a Lifelong Covenant In words that are profound often humorous but always biblical Ed Young draws from decades of counseling couples to provide ten commandments for a lifelong marriage that sizzles God wants your marri

  • Title: The 10 Commandments of Marriage: The Do's and Don'ts for a Lifelong Covenant
  • Author: EdYoung Beth Moore
  • ISBN: 9780802431455
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Paperback
  • In words that are profound, often humorous, but always biblical, Ed Young draws from decades of counseling couples to provide ten commandments for a lifelong marriage that sizzles God wants your marriage to be nothing short of incredible And it could all begin with this amazing book.

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    About “EdYoung Beth Moore

    • EdYoung Beth Moore

      ED YOUNG is senior pastor of Fellowship Church in Grapevine, TX, one of the fastest growing churches of the past century Ed s other books include High Definition Living and Know Fear He and his wife have been married for over twenty years and have four children.



    877 thoughts on “The 10 Commandments of Marriage: The Do's and Don'ts for a Lifelong Covenant

    • My thanks to NetGalley and Moody Publishers for an eARC copy of this book to read and review.The following is my interpretation of this book. The author did NOT say this, it is all from my brain and thoughts from what I read.Basically, if you and your spouse are not both Christians and are not both trying to work on a fabulous marriage, it isn't going to work.BUT, divorce isn't a viable option.Again, these are conclusions I drew from this book, it wasn't stated directly by the author.However, si [...]


    • Read through this book with my wife. It contains so many little things that you tend to overlook. It's filled with plenty of cheesiness at times, but the overall depth you can gain from it by opening up to your spouse is worth it.One of the few good marriage books I've read.


    • I learned a few things about marriage with this book. I have been reading it for years (off and on). This is a nice book that will teach you what to do in different situtations on marriage.


    • I thought it was just going to be another cheesy marriage book, but my wife and I read it together and loved it. It started a lot of needed conversation, but in a fun way.



    • Great book, it teaches you a lot about marriage, I recommend it to everyone who is married or is about to be


    • Of all the marriage books I've read since getting engaged and married, I have to say, this was one of the weakest. If you're looking for a good discussion starter for a group setting, I recommend this. But if you're looking to "go deep" into having and living a Christian marriage, this is not the book for you. Ed Young took the material straight from a sermon series that was obviously meant for a large, generic audience. 2 out of 5.


    • I got this book from my sister.Actually it was a good book, and I got the one with the hardcover.I got it as a wedding present.The only thing that kept me from giving five stars was that it was written like a college textbook, so I was feeling like coming in a marriage class instead of reading a book :p


    • Excellent book. It was a spiritual look at marriage. Marriage as god meant it to be. There is a lot of instruction and tips having a successful marriage, such as communicating, having fun together and keeping the fun and passion in your marriage. A good read for anyone engaged or already married. It is a good Christian-based reference.


    • Not horrible but not very culturally relevant. There were some "must do" principles contained within the book but I never really felt like I could relate to the author. There are still four or five books on marriage that I would recommend above this one.


    • This book is really for engaged couples or newlyweds - most of the advice is pretty basic, and will be something seasoned couples will have already been through.The author tells many stories in each chapter, which distract from the the point.


    • While we all know i'm not the most religious I found this book had some really good ideas on the concept of really making your marriage work, would suggest it highly.




    • The writer is very practical and wise. It's definitely things I hadn't fully thought of before. Really essential to read. I think its mostly for engaged or dating for marriage couples.



    • muy buen y excelente libro. lo recomiendo para todo aquel matrimonio que quiera tener una vida plena con su pareja




    • This is the book that the Wive's Club will read a few chapters from. I like the topics and the way they relate in a biblical sense.



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