Friday, March 7, 2014

Review: Singled Out by:Nikki Derouin

Singled Out: finding contentment when its just you and the Lord
About the Book:
Are you struggling to find your purpose in life? Are you in a relationship that you feel is pulling you away from God? Are there no "options" in sight, and you are starting to fear that God may have forgotten about your heart and your dreams? Singled Out was written with the sincere desire of encouraging you in your walk with the Lord, motivating you to search your heart, and challenging you to wholeheartedly commit your life to Him! Remember, regardless of our relationship status, we must be single-hearted in our service to Christ -- our Savior and our First Love.

My Review:
 With utmost encouragement and inspiration, the author Nikki Derouin, has single-handedly called us all out as individuals regardless of relationship status to not forget that God we need to focus on God first before looking or searching for a significant other. It is through our service for Him that we will be led to a lifelong commitment.  Whether you are single because you have found the right person, or you are single due to divorce or maybe even death of a spouse, this book is for you. I was blessed myself, I found my husband when I was 16 years old but not everyone is blessed enough to find someone that soon or even able to keep them and that is what this book is all about, being content in the waiting.

 She leads us to think of this time of "waiting" in a different way a way that will be more beneficial to us as well, if not more so to God. Included in the book at the end of each lesson is challenges, questions, and apply it sections. Each one gives you a moment and hopefully more of time to ponder on the lesson and to act on what you have learned. Great lessons for loving your neighbor are just the tip of the iceberg, the author causes you to dig deeper into yourself and get closer in your walk with God.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Book Crash.