• Created to Be His Help Meet

  • Discover How God Can Make Your Marriage Glorious
  • By: Debi Pearl
  • Narrated by: Rebekah Joy Anast, Nathan Pearl
  • Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (139 ratings)

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Created to Be His Help Meet

By: Debi Pearl
Narrated by: Rebekah Joy Anast,Nathan Pearl
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Publisher's Summary

Somewhere over the passing years and changing culture, women have lost their way. This audiobook has been narrated to lead them back home. 

Regardless of how you began your marriage or how dark and lonely the path that has brought you to where you are now, I want you to know that it is possible today to have a marriage so good and so fulfilling that it can only be explained as a miracle.

It took four years, thousands of hours, many tears, revisions, and distractions, but I finally finished my book. I had no idea God had so much to say to us ladies until I began going through God's word, verse by verse, while preparing the different sections of Created to Be His Help Meet

Many times, as I read a passage, I would say to my husband, “I'm not going to include those verses in my book because if I do, the ladies (of any religious group you can think of, including my own) will not like my book or promote it.” My dear husband would then say to me, “If God thought it was important enough to inspire it as part of his word to us, then you should include it.” And so I would cringe and add one more controversial subject after another. 

So, in obedience with Titus 2, where God commands the aged women to teach the younger women, I have obeyed and given you the very best I can do: 27 chapters, including letters from my readers, recounting of counseling sessions, wisdom gleaned from my daughters, my own very personal stories, and, of course, the word of God. 

It includes subjects as varied as planning meals to answering extremely intimate questions.

©2014 Michael and Debi Pearl (P)2019 No Greater Joy Ministries, Inc.

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Brave attempt

This book addresses difficult topics that are often not discussed outside secular circles. A great deal of the content is well worth consideration and biblically backed. The way the author’s personality comes through is a ray of sunshine in some passages. I would not have this ever be the first or only book a person reads on marriage or womanhood though. The idea of the three types of men is clumsy and thrown together. The book contradicts itself abundantly. At one point the author praises a woman who made her husband a big #1 daddy sign and strived to be a perfect wife while he used prostitutes and went to strip clubs. The author then turns around and praises another woman who threw a rock through her husband’s window and crushed his computer with another rock when she caught him viewing pornography.
The application of principles seems inconsistent in several other instances too. I would rank it as worth a read, but with a careful and critical eye.

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Nuts

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I can’t believe how horrible this book is worst reader ever
The writer thinks you should stay with a abuse man that’s even more nuts!

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A must read book!

This book is amazing. I highly recommend it. I was so eager to listen to every bit of it. I am going to listen to it over & over again because it has blessed me. If you want to conquer the selfish you, save your marriage and be obedient to God then you must read this book. If you are open to hear the truth and let the light of the word of God shine on the darkest places of your being then check this book out. If you are humble and open to unlearn bad habits and learn life changing truth then this book is for you.
Enjoy
Yah bless

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Absolutely horrible book if you don’t believe women’s place is barefoot pregnant in the kitchen

This is an absolute nightmare and perversion of the Christian faith basically reduces women two sleeves of their husbands. This book condones Excepting abuse as well as victim blaming for anything their husband does save your money.

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One of the best books for Christian married women

If you want the truth even when is hard read this. If you are trapped in the feminist “I have the right to” don’t bother. I’ve read it for years and puts me in my place. I need it from time to time when I want to punch my hubby lol. Great book.

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Eyes opened!

This opened my eyes to all the ways I needed to be a better wife and serve the lord. Thank you a million times!

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First third of the book amazing!

3 types of men; amazing! narrators cut in/out, inconsistent volume. encouraging! became extreme and overbearing.

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Convicting

Just what I needed to hear. I’m sick to my stomach at how far I am from who God has made me to be. I’m fighting a feeling of resentment for the lies I had grown to believe as a young girl. I thought I had come so far since I found Jesus. But now I know it’s nothing in comparison to where I should be. No matter how angry this book made me, I know Debbie Pearl is right. Gods will is perfect no matter if we see the gears shifting or not. May His will be done in our lives.

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This is a great book

This book definitely is not going to be for everyone. It makes you take a good hard look at your actions and take responsibility for yourself and your part in the marriage.

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A necessary read for young women

she did a wonderful job explaining what it means to reverence and honor your spouse. Towards the end of the book she lightly spoke on divorce remarriage and women who practice headcovering. I believe that women ought to cover their heads and that marriage is permanent so that portion of the book was not enjoyable but overall I am grateful I read this book. My husband and I enjoyed discussing the chapters together. Definitely at the top of my list of favorite books on marriage and biblical womanhood.