In the book of Hosea God shows us how we can restore that lovin’ feelin’ by using the power of “allure.” Allure is being powerfully and mysteriously attractive or fascinating. In dating attraction leads to affection. But once we get married we discover that affection will lead to attraction. We learn that what gets our attention will lead to our affection, and attraction will follow in the wake. Listen along……
How To Restore That Lovin’ Feelin’
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