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Singleness: Blessing or Curse Teaching Series

Singleness, Divorce, and Remarriage from God's Perspective

Author Chip Ingram
Narrator Chip Ingram
Runtime 3.5 Hrs. -
Publisher Living on the Edge
Downloads ZIP M4B MP3
Release Date February 5, 2015
Availability: Unrestricted (available worldwide)
** Teaching Series **


Frightening to some, freedom to others, singleness is a fact of life for millions of adults today. But many of the issues surrounding singleness are unclear. For the Christian, what does godly living look like? What does God think of divorce? Is remarriage ever a biblical option? This series will answer your questions and help explain some of Scripture's most important passages on this timely topic.

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** Teaching Series **


Frightening to some, freedom to others, singleness is a fact of life for millions of adults today. But many of the issues surrounding singleness are unclear. For the Christian, what does godly living look like? What does God think of divorce? Is remarriage ever a biblical option? This series will answer your questions and help explain some of Scripture's most important passages on this timely topic.

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a fresh perspective on the blessing of singleness
Wasn't what i thought. It was a recording of a 4-part seminar, not an audiobook.
However, it was very helpful to me to realize that all too often in the worldwide church, single brothers and sisters are considered incomplete or perhaps "pre-married." ...as if being single is not quite enough.
As someone who is embarking on a post-married life, this book helped me receive a peace from God about not rushing into another relationship. If God blesses me with another wife, great. If not, great.
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Review by / (Posted on 2/22/2017)
Definitely don't buy if your looking for insight
Very disappointing, Chip talks about divorce for 3/4th of the presentation, not 'singleness' it should be called 'being afraid of getting divorced' has little to no content on singleness other than some tiny points in part 1.
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Review by / (Posted on 9/26/2015)