The Wait | Summary & Analysis
Coauthored by husband and wife team DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good, The Waitdescribes the ways a celibate mindset can impact various facets of life, including a person??s relationship with God.
The Wait is a self-improvement strategy that has its foundations in delayed gratification, a challenging concept in a culture dominated by instant gratification. While The Wait is centrally focused on remaining celibate until marriage, its lessons in delayed gratification can apply to other aspects of the self, including career, self-discovery, relationships, and spirituality. Maintaining patience and clarity through delayed gratification enables a person to see the plan God has for his or her life, even though God??s plan doesn??t always align with how the person envisioned his or her own future.
Practitioners of The Wait use the waiting period to work on self-improvement, to ensure they are putting forward the best version of themselves when it comes time to meet, date, and marry the person God has in mind for them...
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|Size: ||276 KB|
|Publisher: ||Instaread, Inc|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781945048456 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|