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Snare: Understanding Emotional and Sexual Entanglements

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Most people don't plan to have an affair. And most of them think it could never happen to them. But because they don't recognize the subtle danger signs, they can suddenly find themselves in a dangerous relationship--with devastating consequences. In this startling book, the author gives a clear look at the paths to sexual immorality using real-life accounts of Christians.
Paperback, 238 pages
Published July 1st 1994 by Navpress Publishing Group
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Lady Jane
Written from a Christian perspective to those whose value system is incompatible with emotional and sexual adultery, Rabey addresses the precursors that generally precede extramarital affairs. She doesn't play cute with gray areas that on the surface might appear socially acceptable, but can be potential minefields. She gives practical advice, underscored with real life examples, on how to intentionally either guard your or other marriages. If informed, alert, and making right choices, no none s ...more
Wannie Michelmann
This book is about immorality within the Christian community, including pastors and high priests. This goes to show nobody is immuned to sin without taking the right steps towards morality. Good read and good pondering
Gengis Coutou
Jul 07, 2013 Gengis Coutou rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Following a widow woman through the meander of Christian leaders' lust

Totally overwhelming and revealing

It was given to me by George Werver
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Jan 03, 2011 Huggiworld rated it really liked it
You don't often find a book written with such frankness and candor. Highly recommend!
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“The danger with relationships when we are vulnerable is that we may not be able to evaluate them honestly and from a godly perspective. What is bitter may look sweet because of our weakened position.” 0 likes
“If we have a relationship with Jesus Christ and believe the Bible to be the Word of God, then we have no room for wallowing in the swamp of self-pity.” 0 likes
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