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Seal Upon the Heart

God's Wisdom and the Meaning of Marriage: a Devotional

Seal Upon the Heart

God's Wisdom and the Meaning of Marriage: a Devotional

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£14.99

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9781473690561
Number of Pages: 400
Published: 31/10/2019
Width: 13.6 cm
Height: 20.2 cm

Tim and Kathy Keller's bestseller THE MEANING OF MARRIAGE looked at the human need for love and its expression in marriage. This new devotional, drawing on that book but consisting of all-new material, is a day-by-day devotional to help couples find God's wisdom as they navigate the complexities of married life. Each day includes a quotation from Scripture, a comment from the Kellers, and a prayer to help you ground your married life in God. Covering friendship and commitment, the completion of men and women in each other, and ministry and discipleship within the context of marriage, alongside many other themes, this is a profound resource to help you connect God's wisdom with your marriage.

Timothy Keller

Timothy and Kathy Keller grew up at opposite ends of Pennsylvania, but met in the middle through Kathy's sister, who was studying at Bucknell University along with Tim. They dimly heard of each other's doings as leaders of their respective Christian fellowship groups, but it wasn't until they both attended Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary that they grew to be friends, then soul mates; they got married at the beginning of their final semester. Tim's first church was West Hopewell Presbyterian Church, in Virginia, where their three sons were born. After nine years in Hopewell, a degree at Westminster Theological Seminary and a stint as associate professor of preaching there, the Kellers moved to Manhattan in 1989 to start Redeemer Presbyterian Church.

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