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- Print Length: 374 pages
- Publication Date: August 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074JHC6CW
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The "God stuff" is not heavy-handed, overly mystical or judgmental. For those who don't do the God thing the story flows along entertainingly with surprises and excitement. However, you will not find erotica present.
For those who do know the Almighty, the elements of the walk of faith are expressed more completely in the experiences of the characters than in many other books. God does not bring bad things into a life; the presence of evil and our own willful choices effect all whose lives intersect ours quite sufficiently as it is. Regardless of our choices or circumstances He remains faithful to His care for us and His presence with us. The center of that walk is in listening to His direction for each of us individually rather than merely knowing about Him.
There is an absence of rudimentary information on how one connects with the Almighty personally, as can happen when an Author has been abiding with Him for a while and forgets the questions of a heart still bereft of the fulfillment of fellowship with its Sculptor. But choosing to follow "the still small voice" is a safe place to start.
You will enjoy time spent in these pages.
I highly recommend!