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Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch
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Jan 22, 14

Read in September, 2009

Conversations With God. Indeed. What do I say?

This book is heavy enough to inspire me day after day, with only a half page or several pages.

Neal's God is playful but gentle.
He is fresh, but reverent.
She is startling, but reassuring.
It is liberating, but unyielding.
They are modern, but timeless.
I Am plain, but obscure.

Neal's God is not like a politician who answers the question you didn't ask, but instead like a grandparent who tells you you the scary answer, then backs it up with the comforting answer, showing you in the process that answers are not all that they seem, and maybe you knew inside all along.

Since there is really only one Message, perhaps a reasonable question might be, how true is Neal in writing for God? My honest answer is this: Neal is true enough to the voice of God within him to be saying things you likely will want to read when the time is right. But when you do, listen to the voice of God within yourself, and let Neal be nothing more than your fellow messenger. Believe it all and believe it none.
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