This book gives them the floor to say what they would really like women to know. I think it was probably beautiful because they saved themselves fully for each other and their marriage.
The men respond candidly to questions such as: What is the most attractive quality to you in a woman? Already, our physical boundaries in this day and age are sadly lacking... James hadn't made saving your first kiss for marriage appear to be a bad thing! There was definitely some good thoughts, some good input. Is it wrong to treat men as my brothers and wait faithfully for my future husband?
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I found in other dating relationships that I hadn’t felt fully appreciated or cherished or led spiritually.
But with Jacob, there was this “cherishing” factor that was there with him.
Here's some major negatives that stood out to me:"If you're anything like me, fear can get in the way of dating.
So, there were a few REALLY GOOD points in this book. But I felt the overall message was putting too much emphasis on dating, having fun, getting yourself out there, responding to guys' interest... -Wait for God to bring him at the right time in the right way?
Jennifer even signed a True Love Waits pledge to stay sexually pure until marriage. Jennifer found the daily affirmation from him she’d missed from her dad. If you are feeling hopeless because you’ve already given your purity away, God is a God of second chances. Find a plastic cup from the kitchen and take turns spitting in the cup.Although the interviews focus on single guys ages 20-35, Rebecca also includes words of wisdom from older mentors she respects who have been successfully married for years, people like her dad, life coach, and pastor. to tell the truth, I was greatly disappointed in this book. James, listened to some of her music, watched a movie she played in (Sarah's Choice), saw her modest dress... I would then know that I hadn't missed the one for me because of fear or not giving someone a chance." (pg. What about all the amazing marriages of people who didn't kiss until marriage...The men share their thoughts on topics like how women can respect themselves and the men in their lives, modesty, purity, taking it slow, friendship, letting guys lead, and more. How can we be dependent on God for our identity, not on you? does it appear it somehow negatively affected them going "from zero to sixty" on their wedding night?I remember conversations soon before we got engaged where we would look at each other and say, — and tears came to our eyes because it was so beautiful.I asked God to confirm to me that we were meant to be together as husband and wife. It’s a trust experience with the person that you’re dating and sometimes, honestly, the person you’re dating isn’t necessarily trustworthy. Here's some major negatives that stood out to me:"If you're anything like me, So... : What Guys Want Us to Know About Dating, Love, and Marriage, totally threw me off. My mum said something very wise early on in my dating years. Why not just get to know them as friends in a group setting so there is NO emotional pain? Personally, I can't imagine going from zero to sixty all on the wedding night." So waste your kisses on someone who may or may not be your future husband?