"Since the Commandments are not 'suggestions', anyone wanting to affect change should first consult the mandates handed down by the One up there in charge of it all!" — Stephen Fletcher, 23
"Stunning. Simply captivating." — USA Today
"Too many people worry about the Ten commandments hanging on a wall, when the real issue is having them alive in our hearts. This book gives blood, pulse and soul to those rules to live by."— Terry Pluto author and columnist, Akron Beacon Journal
"Just recently some
students at my school got into a conversation about the commandments.
One girl rolled her eyes and said, “Oh please, nobody believes
in those anymore!” But two days later when I told her something,
she asked, “Is that really true? Do you swear on a stack of Bibles?” It
just goes to show you that when we’re looking for ultimate truth,
we still trust the Biblical truths."
"This book will help
you understand the simple abundance in the commandments—time-honored
laws, perfectly formulated common sense, a plan for living a happy,
productive and principle-centered life. Make this incredibly loving
book a gift to someone you love and care about."
"Since the Commandments are not 'suggestions,' anyone wanting to affect change should first consult the mandates handed down by the One up there in charge of it all!"— Stephen Fletcher, 23 "Stunning. Simply captivating." -USA Today
"After my first boyfriend
and I broke up, I discovered that while we were still together, he
was also seeing another girl. Once he’d made her his new girl,
he broke things off with me. I was hurt and felt so betrayed: What
gave him the right to think it was okay for him to hold my hand, kiss
me and tell me sweet things when he wasn’t being genuine with
me? If I’d been dating someone who lived according to the principles
spelled out in the commandments, he’d have had the courage to
talk things over with me, giving the both of us a chance to end our
relationship on good and true terms—even if his leaving broke
my heart. Are the commandments still relevant? Well, you know, they’re
just incredible common sense about how we’re to love, live with
and treat each other. That should never go out of style."