Martha Macharia Shares Her Book: Waiting For A Husband

Written by guest blogger Martha Macharia…

 

Waiting For A HusbandDo you know that God has a plan for a successful marriage that you can follow long before you get married?

My book, Waiting for a Husbandprovides solid guidance for women seeking a positive direct.  It brings readers to a greater understanding of what is important in life; your relationship with God.

True joy cannot be found in a marriage without first establishing a quality connection with God.  Interspersed with true stories from women who have overcome difficult struggles, this book offers crucial steps to a healthy life, from believing in God to giving up idols.  Discover the men and women of the Bible who learned to live out their faith.

Waiting for a Husband provides guidance on:

– What it means to have a relationship with God

– How to stay pure and why it is important

– Forgiveness and new beginnings after fornication

– The truth behind ungodly soul ties

– How you fulfill your calling even if it seems you will never get married

– Setting boundaries

Our relationship with God is very important.  As we grow, we understand how he speaks and when he is guiding us.  When we are not in a growing relationship with God, it is hard to know when he is saying yes, no, or wait.

There is so much noise from within us and from the surroundings.  By knowing how God speaks and whether what we are hearing matches what his word says, we can avoid many mistakes.  We are able to tell the difference between a true God fearing man and one who is not.

Through our understanding of God we will be able to discern counterfeits.  The devil does send them our way and if we do not know the word of God, we will fall into the enemy’s trap.  God has shown us a way to wait upon him for a future spouse.  When we grow in understanding of who God is, then he can fulfill the desires of our hearts.

Our relationship with God is the key to a happy and fulfilling marriage because he will direct us toward the person he has created just for us.  Drawing from my own experiences waiting for Mr. Right, I share with a depth of understanding and hope.  Allow God to bring you the person he has in store for you as you grow in the knowledge of God while Waiting for a Husband.

Purchase your copy here… Waiting For A Husband 

 

About Martha…

I became a born again Christian in 2000.  After a few months I backslid and went back to my old ways.  I stopped going to church and did not care much about God.  But God did not stop caring about me.  Around June of 2002, I remember not desiring to do the things I was doing but wanting to go to church.  I quit drinking alcohol and did not care much about night clubs.  One morning in December 2002, God spoke to me.  He told me to either surrender my life to Him then or never.  I was really afraid and completely surrendered my life to God that day.  There was an instant change and I felt a lot of joy and peace.

I got married to my loving husband, Daniel in 2006 and God has blessed us with two beautiful children.  We currently live in Houston, Texas. My husband is a blessing from God just as my children are.  God says in the book of James 1:17 that every good and perfect gift comes from Him and I know that I did not and could not do anything to deserve these wonderful gifts.

Waiting For A Husband

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3 thoughts on “Martha Macharia Shares Her Book: Waiting For A Husband

  1. I would really like to read the part about “The truth behind ungodly soul ties”…. that a really interesting topic

    1. That is an interesting topic and something that should be addressed in the single Christian community. God bless you and I pray you enjoy this book!

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