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Cherish

Cherish The One Word That Changes Everything for Your Marriage

By Gary Thomas
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.89 Stars

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On 2/7 Mama of Three Boys wrote: I got a better understanding of what the difference between cherish and love is by reading this book. I literally read it in a day, at the library because I wanted to know how Dr. Gary approached this topic. We all refer to 1 Corinthians 13 when identifying the true meaning of Love, but cherishing someone ... Cherish, a great marriage book to read and study together

Mama of Three Boys' Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/4 Danny Conner wrote: You know... before getting married I always secretly judged husbands who just didn't love their wives well... Like, come on! How easy is it? Just listen to her, give her eye contact, speak less, don't fix her problems or ignore them, keep dating her, and it will all be fine! And then I got married... Spankin New Book Review on Cherish by Gary Thomas

Danny 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/29 Matthew Lloyd wrote: The word cherish not in our daily vocabulary. In fact, I have probably used it in reference to someone's name more in the past five years than I have in its verb form (I know a couple of women named Cherish). One of the things that I do not like about our current generation is that we seem to have a ... Book Review: Cherish

Matthew's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/27 April E. wrote: Nothing that I read in Cherish was exactly new to me. I know this is how God desires that we treat our spouse, but it's so easy to forget, to become lazy or selfish, and to take our spouse for granted. I needed this reminder to love my husband with a Christ-like love and to help him feel cherished. I ... Helpful reminder for every marriage

April E.'s Rating:

4 Stars

On 4/22 PoCoKat wrote: Cherish: The One Word That Changes Everything for Your Marriage is the first book that I have read by Gary L. Thomas. Cherish is a fascinating book that explores the marriage relationship and how that relationship can be improved by cherishing your partner. To cherish your partner is such an obvious ... Highly Recommend

PoCoKat's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/18 Heather Buchanan wrote: In his new book, Cherish, Gary Thomas has once again raised the bar for what marriage can be. His picture of marriage is a picture of God’s heart. It is a picture that leaves one hungering to be cherished and to cherish. It is a picture that inspires and gives hope. It is a picture that wraps the warmth ... Cherish

Heather 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/6 Michele Morin wrote: Wood stoves do not render their comforting warmth without regular tending. Fires must be coaxed along with frequent ministrations, and I never give this much thought — unless my good husband is away, for he miraculously tends to this important detail, and our house stays cozy and warm. Similarly, ... Your Marriage: From Disappointing to Delightful

Michele's Rating:

5 Stars

On 4/2 Lindsey Bell wrote: If you’ve read very many marriage books in the past, you’ve probably heard of Gary Thomas. He’s the author of many books about marriage and parenting. His newest book is called Cherish, and it’s full of practical tips to improve your marriage. Whether you feel like your marriage is good and ... Great marriage book full of practical advice

Lindsey's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/22 Canadianladybug wrote: A couple of years ago, Gary Thomas can in town to speak about his other marriage book – The Sacred Marriage. It was a great evening where we enjoyed getting encourage in our marriage. So when I saw a new title from this writer, I knew it would be great. And let me tell you I am not disappointed ... Cherish

Canadianladybug's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/21 Craig T. Owens wrote: Gary Thomas notes something rather peculiar: Many wedding vows contain the promise “to love and cherish” our spouse, and many pastors spend quite a bit of time promoting love, but often the concept of cherishing our spouse gets overlooked. Gary is out to correct that in his aptly-titled book “Cherish.” Learning ... A must-read for married couples, those about to be married, and those who counsel married couples

Craig T. Owens' Rating:

5 Stars