Conversations With God: 1 by Neale Donald Walsch
Walsch presents readers with a question that if they could have an encounter with God, what would they ask Him? He claims that he had this opportunity presented to him and it is possible for anyone. God provides clear and understandable answers about anything from love to death.
Walsch was going through a low period in his life when he had decided to write a letter to God to vent his frustrations. He did not actually expect to be given a response. As he wrote the letters, he kept receiving extraordinary answers to his questions. This book presents the very answers that he received that helped him to change himself, his life and the way he saw everyone else.
It argues that words are not the decisive truth and are rather symbols which are open to interpretations. The readers should consult their own feelings to determine their own truth while reading the book. The book looks at getting the readers to take dictation from God. There is a dialogue taking between God and people all the time. The question isn't who God talks to but who listens to him.
Conversations With God: 1 was published by Mobius in 2007. This book is the New Ed edition and is available in paperback.Key Features:
Conversations With God is a series with a set of nine books. It was adapted into a movie in USA in 2006. Walsch was played by Henry Czerny in the film.
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