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Friendship with God

An Uncommon Dialogue
Paperback Book
Publisher: 
Berkley
 | 
October, 2002
ISBN:
9780425189849
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Banyen's Description: 

This is the first book in a new series by the author of Conversations with God (of which Book 1, Book 2, and Book 3 have all been bestsellers). The essence of Walsch’s message lies at the heart of faith—the sacred place in every person, where s/he stands alone with God, a God who is everywhere and speaks to us in all we do. It is up to us to stop and listen. It is up to us to respond... and to begin the conversation. And a conversation is the first step, just as in any relationship, in establishing trust, in building friendship, in creating communion.

In Friendship with God, Neale Donald Walsch shares the next part of his journey, and leads us to deepen and strengthen our own bonds with God. He honours our heart’s desire: a closer connection, richer and fuller. A friendship with God.

In his introduction, Walsch writes:

That is the great surprise here; that is the wonder. Not so much that we can and do have a friendship with God, but what that friendship was designed to bring us—and where it can take us.

We are on a journey here. There is a purpose for this friendship we’re being invited to develop, a reason for its being. Until recently, I did not know the reason. I was not remembering. Now that I am, I no longer fear God, and that has changed my life…

It is my deepest hope that you will no longer be a seeker, but a bringer, of the Light. For what you bring is what you will find.

Publisher’s Description: 

Before the eyes of readers everywhere, in a series of fascinating dialogues, Walsch has forged his own unique relationship with God - a God who is everywhere and speaks to us in all we do. It’s up to us to stop and listen, he learned, and up to us to respond: to begin our own conversation with God. Our conversation too will deepen over time into a friendship, growing ever closer, as this new volume of the dialogue demonstrates.

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