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God Where Is My Boaz

God Where Is My Boaz

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“GOD Where’s My Boaz” is a woman’s guide to understanding what is hindering her from receiving the love and relationship she truly deserves. A practical and spiritual approach to the issues a lot of women are facing. A straight forward and easy to read book that will help you:

green check Recognize and overcome the obstacles in love & relationships
green check Take steps towards truly becoming the blessing you hope to receive
green check Feel empowered, encouraged, and focused on progress

This isn’t tips and tricks on how to get a man. This book will assist you in taking a deeper look within which will help you prepare and position yourself for the love and man who is truly best for you.

Amazon Bestseller God Where Is My Boaz

An AMAZING book!

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Now I although I've already found my Boaz, I was interested in reading this book just to see what the hype was about and how accurate it really was. The content in this book is PRICELESS! And even if you already have your Boaz, it still gave me some insight on things I can do better even in my own marriage. If you're serious about "finding your Boaz" then you really need to make the small investment and read this book.

Christine St. Vil
www.momsncharge.com

Compassionate, yet Not Sugar-Coated!

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Whether you have been doing all you think you should be doing and have come up short, or if you don’t know where to begin at all; this is the book for you.  I enjoyed this down-to-earth book on finding your future husband.  Stephan’s advice encourages singles to step up to the challenge of preparing for the role of the wife Boaz is looking for.  Boaz didn’t find just anyone; he found Ruth.  She was loyal, had integrity and was a woman of action.  The message of this book is compassionate yet, not sugar coated; Stephan always points back to a solid relationship with God.  He is not just harping on the benefits of Biblical precepts, but explains how to attain success with them.  This is a book with great balance of teaching and practical example.

 

Linda NewBerry
www.lindacnewberry.com

A great resource for women!

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I thoroughly enjoyed Stephan's interpretation and explanation of the Ruth & Boaz story. I was particularly impressed by the real answers he provided to common problems that single women face. As an advocate for single women, I always encourage my sisters not to settle, but instead prepare to become the wife they want to be. I loved his no-nonsense approach, as he empowered women to prepare not just wait! I encourage single women to enjoy this quick-read and make a conscious effort to apply these principles in their dating lives!

Koereyelle Dubose
www.thesinglewivesclub.com

Genuine and informative

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What I love the most about this book is the fact that he gives great spiritual feed back on how woman can over look many red flags or misleading feelings. Also the fact that he referred you back to our creator for confirmation on what he speaks about. Prayer is the safe line to any doubt in starting a relationship with someone.

Miriam Enriquez

 

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  • Natasha Finley

    If the point is to discover what is preventing us from finding our Boaz then there is no expectation other than to leave this reading an improved woman. This book has a very fluid Q&A format that will answer almost every question we may have as a woman concerning the topic aforementioned. Even beyond the very informative Q&A we can look deeper into the story of Ruth and Boaz to find truth there.

    While healing is stressed by the author as a probable prerequisite to compel our mate; the story of Ruth and Boaz may show something slightly different. Two things that stood out to me the most in this work was the respect Boaz had for Ruth and his unspoken obligation to her. If we recall Ruth had just lost her Husband, Brother-n-law and Father-in-law and it was mentioned that she experienced depression as would most in such a case. Naomi suggested that they move to prevent starvation as well as find provision. One can gather that Ruth was in a healing process if
    not state of pain as well. However through it all she maintained a level of
    integrity that allowed Boaz to be compelled to her by way of her character. He
    didn’t take advantage of her in her weakness yet he saw to it that she was
    protected and had everything she needed for survival. She as well didn’t allow
    her state to cause her to compromise her integrity when in Boaz’s private
    quarters.

    I’d like to believe that your Boaz may find you in your pain as well as delivered from it. Some pain is chronic and some is acute. While we all wish to heal and be as close to 100% as possible before finding our mates the truth is this may not always be the case. What makes the difference is your character during your pain and what steps you’re taking to move beyond your hurt. Being quite realistic the loss of a loved one
    may never fully offer resolve but a life with the sorrow under control is indeed possible. I’d like to think of Boaz as her complementary care during her
    pain. This was a very insightful read and my points are from one angle. With
    such insight I believe that each reader will certainly find the jewel that they
    need in “God Where is My Boaz.” Thank you Mr. Labossiere.

  • Rebecca Lynn – The Love Coach

    Awesome book for every woman looking to take her personal growth to the next level!! Stephan’s wisdom and heart for women is so apparent. A must read!!

  • Tiria Mason

    Great book and now available at http://www.blackbookplus.com

  • Crystal Ann Rose

    Looking forward to purchasing this BOOK!!!!

  • Fermin Villarreal

    My books on my crazy life and almost three deaths,now handicap.