For women looking for the key to landing a Godly man, Dr. David N. Wright Sr., MD, M.DIV wrote â€œHow To Find Your Man: And Receive Freedom From The Bondage of Waiting.â€
In seven chapters, this teacher, motivational speaker and a pastor for the past 26 years in Richmond, Va. provides the ABCâ€™s. This married father of four preaches a sermon for Christian women in simple terms: know thyself.
â€œYou can seek your respective husbands, and you can also ask them to marry you as well! Just as some women are shy for whatever reason, so too some men are shy as well. Many, many men have been wounded by mean-spirited women and the fear of rejection haunts them equally as much or more than it does women,â€ Wright wrote.
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â€œAfter reading this book and following the biblical directives given by the Holy Spirit, go ask him out and if he is the one, offer him the ultimateâ€¦your hand in holy matrimony. Too many young women have, in desperation to have a husband, suppressed their subconscious vices, inner witness or just plain common sense (which as my late mother often shared â€˜is no longer common.â€™)â€
This book is a modern-day quick read with statistics, scriptures, biographical examples, etiquette, humor, innuendoes, fashion advice, health information, affirmations, worksheets, journal pages, behind-the scenes insights of couples and unmarried women in the Holy Bible and much more.
In Chapter 6, â€œPreparation Time Is Not Lost Time,â€ he wrote, â€œEverything begins with the heartâ€¦Your heart or inner man has the blueprint of your destiny and desires imprinted upon it.â€ This chapter describes the eight virtuous characteristics of Ruth and her determination to follow Naomi and her God.
â€œOne of the greatest missing links in this generation, other than the absence of godly men to help guide our precious sister and daughters to their mates, is the absence of Godly older women, like Naomi.â€