For example, chapter three is titled, "Whatever is True," and consists of passages of Scripture regarding the importance of truth and honesty and a short study of what it means to live truthfully.
Each chapter, excluding the introduction, is broken up into five sections: Alone with God, Together before God, Prayer Points, Application and Memorization.
My favorite out of these so far has been Together before God, where difficult but necessary questions are asked and honestly answered face-to-face between partners.
Another positive is that it isn't directed solely for married couples.Basically every area always needs improvement, so we were able to talk through ways to improve and then pray together about it. He Says/She Says: High school sweethearts Gwendolyn Anderson and Chandler Hunter review in tandem Whatever Is...: A Couple's Devotional for Christian Dating in a Secular World by Ryan C. Gwendolyn: Chandler and I are working through Ryan C. , an eight-week couple's devotional which Vet wrote for dating couples who are seriously pursuing a relationship with Christ as well.It is based on Philippians 4:8: "Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable - if anything is excellent or praiseworthy - think about such things." The focus of the book is to bring couples closer to God by directing their attentions to whatever is good in God's sight and by learning to successfully date within God's perfect parameters.Chandler: This nearly ninety-paged devotional is broken up into nine chapters, seven of which are studies focused on the seven types of things Paul commands us to think about in Philippians 4:8.Gwendolyn: Finding the time to sit down and make time for God seems almost impractical.
We've got a hundred other things going on around us, things to do, and people who want our attention.
Unfortunately, these are all things that keep us from doing what we really need to do.
There aren't many devotionals out there for dating couples..my boyfriend and I were pleasantly surprised when we found this one! Although the lessons aren't necessarily very deep, they do lead to good discussion.
It really helped us examine our lives and our relationship to see if we're living out biblical, Christ-centered lives.
Basically every area always needs improvement, so we were able to talk through ways to improve and then pray together about it. Says a few of the same things just worded different multiple times.
Was happy to find the book because it's a great kickstarter to talk about your faith with your significant other.