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Created to be His Help Meet: Discover How God Can Make Your Marriage Glorious Paperback – Dec 1 2004

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  • Paperback: 297 pages
  • Publisher: No Greater Joy Ministries (Dec 1 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1892112604
  • ISBN-13: 978-1892112606
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 431 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #195,716 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I read it all in two days. It is really good. If you're a feminist, or a hard headed woman, you will find this offensive. But, if you're a God fearing, modest Christian woman, this will really edify you. I've seen complaints where women say 'it blames the woman for everything!' But, actually, the one for husbands is the same way for them. The point is not to have someone condone your bitterness toward your husband, but to help you see where YOU are wrong. Our marriage has really changed since I read this. We haven't had NOT ONE screaming argument since. And today my husband sent me a text saying, ''You really are a princess. You're more and more everyday.'' What a BLESSING!!!

About the Author

Debi Pearl grew up during the 1960s at the height of the hippie revolution and the Jesus Movement. The forced draft due to the Vietnam War brought a sense of eternity to the youth, provoking them to seriously consider their souls. It was a time of a great move of the Spirit of God. As a teenager, dressed in tie-dye tee shirt and long drooping peasant skirt, she stood on the highways and byways sharing the gospel and seeing miracle after miracle of God’s amazing grace. She married her life mate, Michael Pearl, in 1971. The have 5 children and 22 grandchildren. Created has sold over 400,000 copies in 12 languages.

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This book presents thought provoking ideals that can lead a woman to see potential blind spots in her marriage. However, the premises of the book are based on an incorrect understanding of scriptures. For some women this book will bring to light some truth as to why their marriage is going bad. For other women, I fear that it may perpetuate abusive cycles. From my understanding Debi Pearl does not appear adequately trained or qualified to give such sensitive advice and she is abrasive and accusatory in her written speech. While this book may present some valid ideals depending on the circumstance, it is not generally applicable and is prone to do more damage than good. If you decide to read this book I strongly recommend that you also consult literature from authors such as Emmerson Eggerich, James Dobson (or Focus on the Family resources), J. Lee Grady, Danny Silk, and Kris Vallotton. These individuals are highly trained and experienced or respected biblical scholars who present an in-depth understanding of the word and of practical marriage issues. They are seasoned with love, respect, and truth for both women and men.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on Nov. 2 2011
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It is hard for me to express my distaste for this book strongly enough. I believe this book is dangerous, especially for young believers who are not yet able to discern and a waste of precious time and energy for the rest of us. I'm embarrassed by the fact that this book is labeled Christian as the attitude it portrays is anything but Christian. There is blatant misuse of scripture and if you are not well versed it is easy to be swept away in her ideas. She not only uses derogatory words to describe women, there are also outright insults on many pages. I found the book to be psychologically and emotionally manipulative and on its pages she admits to some ways that she has used manipulation to get what she wants from her husband. In fact she states that women have a god-given ability to manipulate men, that intimate time alone with God is spiritual masturbation, and that it's your job as a wife to keep your husband sexually drained at home so he's not looking beyond (sorry about that but some things need to be said outloud). The vulgar language, demeaning attitude, pompous and judgmental spirit left me wondering what happened to the author that turned her into the person that comes through on the pages of this book.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Scott on April 28 2009
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*NOTE* My name is Courtney, and I am on my husband's account, as we order from Amazon on this one and not mine. Amazon does not allow me to post reviews on my account due to the fact I have not ordered a product on it.

'Created to Be His Help Meet' is truly one of the best books for wives that I have ever read. I use it as one of my daily devotionals, and I would highly recommend it to anyone, but especially to young wives like me. It's great to get a good start on your marriage instead of waiting till it's nearly over to try to work on it.
-The book has it's priorities in the right order: instead of saying to submit, obey, keep the house clean, etc. in the beginning of the book Mrs. Pearl deals with the matter of the heart and the spirit. She covers major topics about joy, thankfulness, and contentment. I find this is a wise approach, for if my attitude is right, I am much more receptive to teaching.
-Mrs. Pearl uses commonly known scriptures that speak directly to women such as Proverbs 31, Titus 2, and 1 Peter 3, as well as resorting to God's divine plan in Genesis 1. She covers the attributes that the character of a help meet ought to show, taken directly from these scriptures. Many teachings she clarifies, and her writing is on a personal level: easy to understand.
-At the end of each Chapter, Mrs. Pearl has a devotional review which I found quite useful. In these reviews she gives ideas and scripture challenges. I found her advice genuinely kind and well-meaning, as she also talks about men and the way they perceive our actions/reactions, the way they feel when we think we are 'helping', opening my eyes to how most arguments start. This book is a great asset to any help meet's library.
-That said, I would have to give a word of warning.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deborah H on Oct. 17 2013
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I could almost feel Debi speaking to me in this book. Some of it was hard to accept but I like the practical advice and the scriptures to cross-reference. I truly disliked the chapter Michael Pearl wrote. It was extremely condescending and I almost stopped reading it at that point. I skimmed quickly through that chapter and was thankful for Deb's voice again. Already implementing changes in my home life. Thank you Debi.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Julie on Sept. 23 2010
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I believe some of it that's written in this book, but most of it i dont believe. She basically tells you to shut up and do whatever your husband wants you to do. However i think that couples are supposed to communicate and work things out by both giving in sometimes. I would highly recommend the book 'for better or for best' written by Gary Smalley.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By busymom on April 14 2009
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This book is great at drawing the reader back to the Biblical truths of what a wife should be HOWEVER I have to caution people before reading it: Her writing style is VERY arrogant and the language and name calling she uses is FAR from what I think God would want any woman to use (Christian or otherwise). I find myself skipping portions and trying to concentrate on what the underlying TRUTH is... instead of what the writer says.
That being said, I am learning a lot from the scriptures it is drawing me to... which was the whole point for me. I agree with the PRINCIPLES of the book but she could have worded things much better without the name calling and attitude.

She does have some strong views on mental illness which I completely disagree with but everybody has to be comfortable with their own walk with the Lord and although I disagree with her, I am not offended (despite my own diagnosis of Clinical Depression) because I know that the journey I am on is one I would not have survived without the Lord.

My intention was to pass this on to my daughter some day but if I do that, I would re write the truths and omit her offensive name calling etc.
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