Before You Say “I Don’t“
This hard-hitting booklet is designed to persuade individuals who are intent on pursuing divorce (on other than biblical grounds) to reconsider their plans. The first portion focuses on the likely consequences of such an action. The second refutes nine of the most common justifications for divorce. There is also an entire section (appendix) that addresses the issue of being “in love” with someone other than one’s spouse.
“Lou Priolo’s direct but fair counsel contained within these pages is much needed for so many professing believers today. Biblical, practical, straightforward and timely are the main points of impact that these brief booklets will have on those who read them. If you’re looking for a relevant word for your difficult path, read hopefully and receive much needed direction. After you’ve read, by placing these booklets into the hands of a hurting friend, you may also be giving that person just the thing he or she desperately needs in order to receive a ready word for a difficult situation.” —Lance Quinn, president, National Association of Nouthetic Counselors
About the Author
Lou Priolo is Director of the Eastwood Counseling Ministry in Montgomery, Alabama. He is a graduate of Calvary Bible College and Liberty University. Lou has been a full-time biblical counselor and instructor for more than twenty-three years. He is also a Fellow of the National Association of Nouthetic Counselors. He is also author of numerous books, including Danger Signs of an Unhealthy Dating Relationship and The Heart of Anger: Practical Help for the Prevention and Cure of Anger in Children
Resources for Biblical Living
Divorce: Before You Say “I Don’t” is just one of the booklets by Lou Priolo in the Resources for Biblical Living Set . Others in the set are:
- Faithfulness: No More Excuses
- Self-Image: How to Overcome Inferiority Judgments
- Selfishness: From Loving Yourself to Loving Your Neighbor
- Bitterness: The Root that Pollutes
- Deception: Letting go of Lying
- Discontentment: Why Am I So Unhappy?
- Fear: Breaking its Grip
- Judgments: Rash or Righteous
- Manipulation: Knowing How to Respond