In the movie, ‘How To Be Single’, actress Rebel Wilson walks into a night club with another obviously single woman and announces, ‘Let me teach you how to be single.’ She then proceeds to tell the newly single student, actress Dakota Johnson, to get a few drinks. Like any good student, she eagerly pulls out her wallet as she dashes toward the bar. Unbeknownst to her, she’d failed her first lesson. That’s because in this setting, she was instructed she didn’t need to pay for their drinks with her leather wallet, but her sausage one. This type of instruction is spiritually dangerous because both are oblivious to the spiritual side effects of sex. Yet other bestselling love and relationship guides provide rules and lists that teach you how to dress, speak, and think as a single woman. All of which are fine in their place. However, you’re a triune being; meaning you’re a spirit, you have a soul, and you live in a body. And though some experts instruct you on how to control your soul while providing expert advice on how to use your body, most neglect to teach you how to be single…spiritually. This 43-day devotional does.
99 pages of different scenarios you'll be faced with as a future wive. Most will upset your feminist soul. Others will challenge your spiritual maturity. (Wo)man up and take this 43-day challenge.