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REVOLUTIONARY THOUGHTS ON MARRIAGE - God Sex and You #7 - cover

REVOLUTIONARY THOUGHTS ON MARRIAGE - God Sex and You #7

Zacharias Tanee Fomum

Publisher: Christian Publishing House (CPH)

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Summary

Marriage is the first institution that God created. For this reason, a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and they will become one flesh (Genesis 2:24). Professor Z.T. Fomum has taught extensively on marriage, not only in special seminars on marriage but also on various occasions during his many trips in the Lord's service, in prayer nights, etc. In his own life, he has given a living example of marriage as it should be lived, viewed from God's perspective. 
It was a constant burden for him that marriages should be godly and conform to God's will. He also knew that stable homes would bring stability in the local church and have a strong influence on the children for God and His service. 
This book is a compilation of some striking thoughts gathered from various encounters with Professor Fomum, during prayer or teaching meetings. He speaks as one backed by a rich personal experience, considering his knowledge of what God requires for marriage and his caring counselling of the married.

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