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ISBN:
1601423314
Author:
Dannah Gresh
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
Publisher:
WaterBrook (January 18, 2011)
Pages:
192 pages
EPUB book:
1674 kb
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1134 kb
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1432 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
855


Dannah Gresh hits another home run! What Are You Waiting For? is refreshingly real and . This book is a fantastic read.

Dannah Gresh hits another home run! What Are You Waiting For? is refreshingly real and relevant-definitely a timely message for today’s generation of young women! -Shannon Ethridge, international speaker and best-selling author of Every Young Woman’s Battle. This is hands-down the best book about sexual fidelity I have ever read-informative, entertaining, and very inspiring. Dannah Gresh tackles the trickiest of topics with astonishing grace.

Dannah follows the trail of one provocative, ancient word through the Bible to discover God’s deepest thoughts about se. If you need satisfying answers to your questions about sex, Dannah Gresh has one (surprising) word for you.

Dannah follows the trail of one provocative, ancient word through the Bible to discover God’s deepest thoughts about sex. The mind-blowing truth she uncovers clearly points the way to a sexuality that’s satisfying and real and everything God designed it to b. In What Are You Waiting For? Dannah follows the trail of one provocative, ancient word through the Bible to discover God’s deepest thoughts about sex. The mind-blowing truth she uncovers clearly points the way to a sexuality that’s satisfying and real and everything God designed it to be.

Gresh strives to show us that sex isn’t just an exchange This one word is the premise for What are You Waiting For? . Gresh talks openly about sex and sex-related issues I read one of her other books, prior to this.

Gresh strives to show us that sex isn’t just an exchange This one word is the premise for What are You Waiting For? The One Thing No one Ever Tells You About Sex, written by Dannah Gresh. Yada is a Hebrew word that means to be known, to be deeply respected, and is the word used when talking about a husband and wife laying with each other. Gresh talks openly about sex and sex-related issues I read one of her other books, prior to this and I loved it. I chose the book because it focuses on celibacy, purity, and God's design for sex.

Автор: Gresh Dannah Название: What Are You Waiting For? .

Directly confronting the wrong notions about sex that pervade our culture today, Gresh helps older teen girls and young adult women move beyond the simplistic admonition that true love waits to develop a full theology of sex that addresses their unspoken questions and helps them capture the vision of a truly fulfilling love. (Not one to shy away from.

A Q & A with Author Dannah Gresh Q: Describe how your new book will break new ground on the topic of sexuality and purity? . The One Thing No One Ever Tells You about Sex. by Dannah Gresh. Select Format: Paperback.

A Q & A with Author Dannah Gresh Q: Describe how your new book will break new ground on the topic of sexuality and purity? A: And the Bride Wore White (a book . .

the one thing no one ever tells you about sex. 1st ed. Published 2011 by Waterbrook Press in Colorado Springs, Colo. Teenage girls, Sex instruction for youth, Sexual abstinence, Christianity, Religious life, Chastity, Young women, Internet Archive Wishlist.

Gresh is now the author of over 30 titles including What Are You Waiting For? The One Thing No One Ever Tells .

Gresh is now the author of over 30 titles including What Are You Waiting For? The One Thing No One Ever Tells You About Sex, Six Ways to Keep the "Little" in Your Girl, Six Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy, Get Lost: Your Guide to Finding True Love, and Lies Young Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free which she co-authored with Nancy Leigh DeMoss. YouTube Encyclopedic. One Penn State study is students who have sex for the very first time as college students found that the day after, men felt great about themselves, better even than they did the day before. Women, on the other hand, reported a significant decline in body image.

We'll have things fixed soon. Long before the icy winds of Winter Autumn tells the swallows, "time to fly" Why did she pretend, until the bitter end 'Til it broke my heart to say goodbye. No one ever tells you, that it's just another fling No one ever warns you, when your heart begins to sing Someone tells ya later "all is fair in love and war" But no one ever tells you before

If you need satisfying answers to your questions about sex, Dannah Gresh has one (surprising) word for you. In What Are You Waiting For? Dannah follows the trail of one provocative, ancient word through the Bible to discover God’s deepest thoughts about sex. The mind-blowing truth she uncovers clearly points the way to a sexuality that’s satisfying and real and everything God designed it to be.   (Not one to shy away from edgy topics), Dannah candidly shares…

- straight talk about masturbation and pornography- the ground-breaking science that explains the addictive power of romantic experiences- honest answers about the lesbian question- a clear plan for breaking free from sexual guilt- the unexpected key to a lifetime of truly fulfilling intimacyIf you’re a young woman looking for honest answers about sex—and wondering why it’s such a big deal to God—you’ve come to the right place. In these pages you’ll discover a life-changing truth that no one ever talks about—a truth that will transform everything you think you know about sex, romance, and God.  So what are you waiting for? The answer is right inside.

  • Inertedub
Excellent. Although the book is definitely about sex, the best parts to me were about what to look for in a potential mate.

Her writing is easy to read and follow. Considering her audience, I think it is very well done.

I am going to have both of my daughters read this book. It's like having a conversation with a "young hip aunt" instead of your mother.
  • Talvinl
I'm completely blown away. This is the book I looked for for the last six years--through unanswered questions my mom was too embarrassed to guide me through, false answers found on the internet, and the pain of figuring out "just how much can I get away with" instead of prayerfully asking "what is in God's perfect plan for me?"

In the family of books on "purity," this is the fun aunt compared to the mom that is Every Woman's/Young Woman's Battle. In fact, I find this to be the much-needed middle ground between the two. No topics are shied away from, and it's presented in a way that sounds more like a conversation over coffee than "the talk." This is targeted towards girls who haven't had a strong godly woman who answers all her questions with confidence, who has some scar tissue from past pad choices, and (the most important difference in my mind) has been exposed to the vocabulary and concepts of today's sex-saturated society (oral sex, masturbation, etc).

Perfect for the college student with questions (and ANY question AT ALL you could POSSIBLY think of is answered with confidence and scripture to back it up) or the recently married 20-something with past sexual sin. Perfect for those in single bliss or who are in a relationship and want to stay on or get back to the beautiful path God has designed for them.

Bravo!
  • Wizard
I took my time to careful imbibe and ingest the wonderful truths in this book.My heart has been so much convicted by the rare truths found in this book. I am changed forever.
This book is about pursuing purity,intimacy with God and more. It's for girls of all ages,even guys too can benefit a lot from this book.
I just discovered Dannah a few months ago through her "get lost" devotional on the you version bible app,and,now,am so glad I did find her.
She has lots of humor too,so you won't be bored one bit when reading this book.
  • นℕĨĈტℝ₦
I am 40 raising a step-daughter who is now 15. Communicating these ideas in a way that will be truly heard, understood, and accepted by an adolesent is always a challenge, but I think especially so for a step-parent. Dannah has done an excellent job of communicating the logical, scientific, and the emotional reasons for sexual morality and monogamy. Equally important, her style is informative and respectful, not preachy or condesending. She speaks to the reader in the voice of a good friend offering wise counsel. The presentation of ideas is far better than I could ever have done on even my best day.

As my step-daughter read this book she continuously approached me with many additional questions of her own, and would even come to me at certain points in her reading to read out loud to me sections she found amazing, interesting or questionable. This was a completely unexpected bonus, which spawned several deep mother-daughter conversations.

I am so thankful for this book and I have the impulse to give it as a gift to every young woman I know! I just wish someone would write a similar book geared toward young men. Young men today are even more lost regarding moral sexuality than their female counterparts. Unfortunately, their immorality and sexual irresponsibility often does the greatest long term damage to their future marriages and families.
  • Preve
I got this book hoping for something with a little more meat. It's definitely geared towards teens. I didn't like how the random blocks of information were placed in the book, they interrupted the sentences. I felt that the information that was presented could have been presented much more concisely than it was. There was a lot of build up for the points that the author was trying to make while not explaining the points as well. I agree with what she is trying to say, but if you are looking for a good book about purity, I highly recommend the books by Joshua Harris, "I kissed Dating Goodbye" and "Lust is not the Problem, Sex is." As long as you can get past the titles, these were great sources of help conviction and comfort when I was a teen.
  • Jozrone
If you're looking for a super honest look at what the Word of God says about waiting and why, this book is for you. The writer doesn't hold back about what temptations we face and it's not about making Jesus your boyfriend. I would highly recommend this to anyone, married or single, and especially to parents like me who struggle with what to tell your kids they're waiting for.
  • Thetahuginn
honest talk about a sensitive but important subject for girls. SO much more than just "thou shalt not" or "because I said so"- frameing the TRUTH about SEX IN the loving context of God's Word as well as the physiology of God's creation, design and intention helps a young woman come to her own AHA (!) about Sex and God's design her own identity and worth. I believe the information in this book will empower her to stand in what she believes while being bombarded by the world's messages to "love the one you're with" or "if it feels good, do it'. What are you waiting for? God's BEST! :)
I really enjoyed reading this book, because Gresh addresses so many topics that are usually not spoken about in the Christian church. The biblical exegesis is an added bonus for understanding God's view on sex and how he has created human beings with the need to know and be known. I've already recommended this book to a friend with a daughter getting ready for college - a great weapon in the arsenal of life.