The Love Everybody Wants

What You're Looking For Is Already Yours

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Pub Date 19 Sep 2023 | Archive Date 31 Jan 2024

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NATIONAL BESTSELLER • ECPA BESTSELLER • Speaker and author Madison Prewett Troutt shows you how embracing God’s love allows you to truly love yourself and cultivate deep, meaningful relationships.

“Packed with incredibly wise, practical insights and biblical truths, this book will help you find the love that lasts and transforms lives.”—Craig and Amy Groeschel, founding pastors of Life.Church and authors of From This Day Forward

Is there something wrong with me? How many more wrong ones until the right one? Am I hard to love?

Madison Prewett Troutt knows what it’s like to ask these questions in the middle of the night—to doubt and worry about never finding the love so desperately hoped for. But Madi has discovered a deeper truth now, that the love we’re searching for is already ours.

In The Love Everybody Wants, Madi sets aside the shallow messages our culture shouts every day to help us hear God’s beautiful whisper: I have loved you with an everlasting love. And nothing will ever change that.

Drawing from Scripture and stories from her own life, Madi invites us to embrace God’s unconditional love so we can love ourselves well—and never settle for less. The Love Everybody Wants empowers you to

• view relationships in whole, holy, and healthy ways
• rely on biblical strategies for healing when your heart is hurting
• overcome lies such as “I have to follow my heart and feelings above all else”
• understand that a life partner is meant to complement you, not complete you
• look to your future with joy—because you were made to love

This isn’t a manual for how to get a boyfriend or a manifesto for getting married. It’s a book about the abundant love already at your fingertips—the love God has for you. The love that lasts forever, the love that changes everything. The love everybody wants.
NATIONAL BESTSELLER • ECPA BESTSELLER • Speaker and author Madison Prewett Troutt shows you how embracing God’s love allows you to truly love yourself and cultivate deep, meaningful relationships.


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This was a sweet story, that I can tell was written with the best of intentions. However, I feel like it wasn’t written with the intent it strived for. The author says more than once that she is not writing to judge people for how they have lived their lives, but then speaks to only one narrow way of Christian living saying that it is the only way to prosper. As a lifelong Christian who has strived to love all people as God loves us, I feel we have a responsibility to accept our imperfections, knowing we cannot ever know the whole story in other peoples lives. The author speaks to purity culture, without acknowledging the harmful effects of it, (as one example) only saying that purity worked for her and her husband and therefore must be the best way to go. Being Christian means accepting Jesus as Lord and Savior. That’s it. We are called to live a life in Christ, knowing we will never reach the perfect bar that is Lord, but being loving and accepting to all Gods children.
The author also gives the impression to me that she is only advocating for traditional marriage (only referring to partners to women as men and vice versa, & advocating only for marriage not other life partnerships), therefore excluding LGBTQ+ people, which I may be wrong about but I feel if the author wants to demonstrate the love on which she is speaking she should make clear love comes in many, diverse forms all of which are Holy and acceptable to God. Anything less is not Holy love. 1 Peter 4:8
I loved the premise of this book & I deeply appreciate the authors Godly intentions, advice, & perspective. I believe she is writing what she believes to be true, but this book would greatly benefit from acknowledging and accepting different ways Godly love may be achieved, found in others, aspired to, etc.
Thank you for the ARC

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