God’s number one message to the world:
“You’ve got me all wrong.”
Inspired by his nine-book Conversations with God series, many people have asked Neale Donald Walsch to find a way to deliver the most essential pieces of God’s message to us in a more succinct way.
This concise text details and expands just what we need to know about life and how to live it. Bringing his many conversations over the years into sharper focus than ever before, Walsch in What God Said encourages readers to cast aside religious and cultural trappings. To experience life as fallible—and human—beings, open-minded, open-hearted, and all-embracing, and to build on, broaden, and enrich our Ancient Story.
But to move forward on this ever-expanding and encompassing spiritual voyage means not only understanding what Walsch considers the most important insights of his Conversations with God, but also applying them in the most practical ways. And so Walsch has included solid suggestions on how to apply each of the 25 Core Messages in daily life. Should humanity begin carrying these messages forward, starting today, we can change the world.
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DOUBT, is all over this book.
The reason "why" I give this 3 stars is because this book not only is doubting the Word of God but it also is doubting God as a whole.
Every review is different. But one thing is absolutely clear, God IS an all loving God. BUT, he does hate sin.
I'm Orthodox, and have opened my mind to not only visiting other churches but seeing where the opinions are on Christianity, itself.
Majority, of believers have this hatred towards traditional churches such as Orthodoxy & Catholics I've learned from my experience on teachings within those churches was to grow in the faith not just by his word but by soul and body.
This book, apparently, wants you to dismiss God's Word all together and say he is a loving God that won't condemn us if we kill, steal, etc literally telling you that sin is no more.
I've met people who have had 'Conversations with God' people who don't know one another but they both have gotten the same message from God & majority of that is warnings.
I, myself, have had Conversations With God and by reading this, I just see doubt all over it.
If you have an open mind into the "What If" category then this book is for you.
Other than that, God's Word isn't a What If & neither is God.