Each one of us enjoys deep relationships held together by an invisible cord called commitment, and every important community depends on the strength of that unseen cord. At times, we find it a joy to keep our commitments. At others, it seems difficult–even impossible–to honor those spoken and unspoken pledges.
If you deeply desire to make and keep commitments…
If you want insight into what makes relationships work– or to learn what to do when a relationship is in crisis…
If you feel trapped by a bad commitment and wonder if you can experience grace and a new beginning…
Best-selling author Lewis Smedes offers insights that will profoundly affect the way you interact with and relate to others. Find out what you and those you love can gain from committed relationships; discover how to cope when someone close to you breaks your trust; and determine which, if any, relationships should continue forever–as well as how you can make these relationships last–in Learning to Live the Love We Promise.
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About Lewis B. Smedes
Lewis B. Smedes, former professor of theology and ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary, is the author of numerous books, including Forgive and Forget and How Can It Be All Right When Everything Is All Wrong?
Published by Shaw Books Mar 20, 2001| 240 Pages| 5-3/16 x 8| ISBN 9780877884682