Something I don’t talk about much on my blog, is my life before marriage. I have given a brief synopsis of my life in this series of posts, but otherwise I have stayed silent on this subject. But, even though it isn’t a secret I don’t talk much about the fact that I was not a virgin when I got married, it is something that has haunted me and taunted me throughout my marriage. Although I have overcome much of the pain sexual impurity brings to a marriage, but there is still some of it that hangs around and tries to work its way back in and ruin what God is building between us.
So when I saw this title up for grabs to review, I knew it was one I had to read. Restoring the Lost Petal: A journey through the loss and restoration of sexual purity, by Danielle Tate of More than Four Walls, is an answer to prayer. It is a heartfelt book that will help heal and guide women who have found themselves in a position of sexual impurity for one reason or another. If you or someone you know have found themselves in this position, please consider picking up a copy of this book!!!
She is raw and very straightforward, which I so appreciate. She does not beat around the bush or shy away from the heart of the matter. I love her approach to this very danced-around subject. Her humor mixed with this difficult subject is a perfect pair.
This is more than just a book to read and put away. It is also a Bible study and journal for you to work through the pain that pre-marital sex has caused you. It is a journey that you and God can take together to accomplish true healing and peace.
Trust me when I say that past sexual sins can ruin relationships and tear apart a marriage faster than you realize.
If this sounds like a book you or someone you know needs, please consider purchasing it from her site directly or as part of the Ultimate Homemaking Bundle!!! But HURRY…the sale ends tonight at midnight!!!
And now you have the option to purchase NOW, but PAY IN MAY!!!!
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