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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Statistically, divorce amongst Christians is just as high as the secular world. One of the reasons could be because Christians are beginning to adapt the ways of the world more than ever into their everyday lives. Why Am I Still Single?: Advice for Christian Single Women by Winnie Mbala helps to bring Christians back to where we began, trusting in the ways of the Lord. Winnie helps women to truly understand that one of the reasons for being married is not only for companionship but as a helpmate. Each chapter is dedicated to helping the whole woman, from Who Is My Mate? and Woman Who Are You? to What To Do As You Wait. In Why Am I Still Single?, Winnie provides some great examples of women of character from the Bible. As you begin to get closer to God, through the Holy Spirit He will help you to discern the ideal mate that He has for you.
Why Am I Still Single?: Advice for Christian Single Women by Winnie Mbala is on point and I like this book. Now ladies, I myself say this all of the time and this is why Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like A Lady And Think Like A Man, appears to be so eye-opening because “He who finds a wife, finds a good thing and finds favor from the Lord.” What Harvey is saying in his book is the same as what God has been saying in His word for years, and Winnie has taken the charge to display it throughout Why Am I Still Single?. It must be understood that nothing you do with your outer appearance can connect you with the ideal man that God has predestined for you. While you are waiting, get busy working on the gifts and talents (your calling) that God has given to you and sharpen your character, beginning with the fruits of the spirit as stipulated in Galatians. Be the Proverbs 31 woman and pray for a Job 29 man. Your marriage won’t be perfect, but it has a better chance if you marry based upon substance and character, along with a husband who has a God given vision, than marry based upon looks and other worldly possessions.