A Woman Any Man Can Love by T.D. Banks

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A Woman Any Man Can Love gives a contemporary perspective of the Proverbs 31 text, "The Virtuous Woman" and dispels myths that women have concerning what it means to be a virtuous woman. Being a woman any man can love goes beyond the exterior. As a matter of fact, being a woman any man can love has nothing to do with the clothes you wear, your hairstyle, the car you drive, your dress size or career path. You can be as beautiful as Halle Berry and as curvatious as Beyonce Knowles, but suffer a nervous breakdown at the slightest sign of adversity. You can be as rich and powerful as Oprah Winfrey, but lack good morals and integrity. Being a woman any man can love has nothing to do with money, sex, or power. Instead, she is a woman who commands God's ear, His favor and is clothed with strength and honor.
 

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Published February 9, 2007 by AuthorHouse. 140 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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