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101 Things Husbands Do to Annoy Their Wives

101 Things Husbands Do to Annoy Their Wives

Ray Comfort

| Bridge-Logos | 2003

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This book was written with one purpose in mind: to give a rational explanation to one of life’s great mysteries, which is, why men do the (annoying) things they do. You will learn why men daydream while driving, forget people’s names, have selective hearing, dominate the remote control, and put small morsels back in the refrigerator.

In its tongue-in-cheek elucidation, women will begin to understand men’s idiosyncrasies. It is best to be reminded, while reading, that two of the important ingredients to a happy marriage are understanding and forgiveness. Lots of forgiveness. A special added chapter called “How to Make Your Marriage Blossom” offers practical information to truly bring your relationship to life.

Ray Comfort is an internationally-renowned Christian evangelist who has written more than 40 books. He and Kirk Cameron host “The Way of the Master” television program and its companion radio program. He founded Living Waters Ministry to teach Christians how to share their faith with others. Since 1989, he has been involved in fulltime ministry within the Calvary Chapel fellowship, wherein he serves as a pastor. He is a regular platform speaker at Southern Baptist State Conferences.

Author Bio

Ray Comfort (1949–) is a Christian author, evangelist, and television host. After being ordained as a full-time pastor, Comfort spent three and a half years pastoring in Christchurch, New Zealand, and 12 years preaching in the city’s Speaker’s Corner.

Around 1974, Comfort started Living Waters Publications, which began as a free evangelistic newspaper with Gospel tracts. In 1989, he joined the pastoral staff at Calvary Chapel in California.

Comfort cohosts the television program The Way of the Master with Kirk Cameron, on which they teach viewers how to share their faith and address difficult situations and questions. He has written over 60 books, including The School of Biblical EvangelismGod Doesn’t Believe in AtheistsHow to Win Souls & Influence People, and several other titles about the importance of evangelism, which appear in the Ray Comfort Collection (4 vols.).