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Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1 By Neale Donald Walsch,

  • Title: Conversations with God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1
  • Author: Neale Donald Walsch
  • ISBN: 9780399142789
  • Page: 136
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Suppose you could ask God the most puzzling questions about existence questions about love and faith, life and death, good and evil Suppose God provided clear, understandable answers It happened to Neale Donald Walsch It can happen to you You are about to have a conversation I have heard the crying of your heart I have seen the searching of your soul I know howSuppose you could ask God the most puzzling questions about existence questions about love and faith, life and death, good and evil Suppose God provided clear, understandable answers It happened to Neale Donald Walsch It can happen to you You are about to have a conversation I have heard the crying of your heart I have seen the searching of your soul I know how deeply you have desired the Truth In pain have you called out for it, and in joy Unendingly have you beseeched Me Show Myself Explain Myself Reveal Myself I am doing so here, in terms so plain, you cannot misunderstand In language so simple, you cannot be confused In vocabulary so common, you cannot get lost in the verbiage So go ahead now Ask Me anything Anything I will contrive to bring you the answer The whole universe will I use to do this So be on the lookout this book is far from My only tool You may ask a question, then put this book down But watch Listen The words to the next song you hear The information in the next article you read The story line of the next movie you watch The chance utterance of the next person you meet Or the whisper of the next river, the next ocean, the next breeze that caresses your ear all these devices are Mine all these avenues are open to Me I will speak to you if you will listen I will come to you if you will invite Me I will show you then that I have always been there All ways.
    Conversations with God An Uncommon Dialogue Book Suppose you could ask God the most puzzling questions about existence questions about love and faith life and death good and evil Suppose God provided clear understandable answers It happened to Ne

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    1. When I was going through the roughest spiritual time in my life, this book not only restored my faith in myself as a minister and my ministry in general, but restored my faith in God.It also showed me the God I always wanted to believe in, but was afraid to I will forever be grateful for this book.

    2. This is definitely a book for people with an open mind Many people, I imagine would be put off with the way Neale presented himself But then within the early section of the book, he wrote something that God communicate with us all the time And we have to listen to Him firstly through our feelings and our experience, then, through text I agree about many misconceptions about God, which was brought about our religious beliefs So this is a book that could made us understand ourselves better, especi [...]

    3. This book really makes me sad There are a lot of false things written in it For example this book tries to make us think that we re god ourselves At this point, I was assured that it wasn t GOD who spoke with Neale, the writer.The key to life and understanding we have to believe first, then comes the understanding But if we think that faith to God is stalewe ll never get the true understanding Just like relationships won t work when we have no trust This book uses many terms and references from [...]

    4. I think I ve found my new bibleConversations with God is a book I will refer to time and time again for inspiration, a lift higher and a reality check I plan on carrying it in my purse until I loan it out to anyone willing to read it.The only one reason to do anything as a statement to the universe of Who You Are.You and I, we are God s, the world around us is a spiritual machine, an expression of God s creative thought inspired by our collective consciousness Next time you do something ask your [...]

    5. Recipe for Conversations with God Alphabet Soup1 Carefully rip out all pages of Conversations with God close to the binding Attempt to make the rips as clean as possible If this is difficult, use scissors Can be done five or six pages at a time Set aside in neat stack.2 Discard binding.3 In very large stockpot, add equal parts water and saccharine Bring to a boil Maybe the saccharine will melt, maybe it won t, I ve never tried this recipe, but, trust me, saccharine is a key ingredient Turn off h [...]

    6. I think the reason most people even pick up this book in a store is because they re searching for something Something missing from their lives, something they ve lost and are unable to find, a piece of their soul that s broken away whatever the case may be I firmly believe that there is a reason each and every person who picks up this book ends up reading it Some might feel that Walsch is being blasphemous Some might feel he s creating God to be something others don t believe He is Everyone is e [...]

    7. I am not a religious person whatsoever, but I was recommended this book by a close friend of mine I relish the opportunity to change my mind.Upon finishing this, I ve decided to leave my rating blank Will discuss why in my RTC

    8. OK I know You can laugh, but this book was my life line during one of the most difficult periods I ve ever been through The message that love of the self is the key to happiness was something I really need to hear at that point in my life, and it made me realize that we all manifest the events of our life, consciously or not.You don t have to believe in God to appreciate the message of this book Choices based on love will bring good things in to your life choices based on fear will not It s pret [...]

    9. Whether or not you believe that this book is divinely inspired, it still presents an interesting viewpoint that the world is what we make it, that we are responsible for everything from the success of our love life to the ravages of world hunger, on both a personal level and through mass consciousness This book s greatest recommendation is that we each must take responsibility for our lives, and that by changing our basic judgments and perceptions, we can become our own God.

    10. Where many find it difficult to believe in this book I find it difficult not to believe in From studying philosophy A level great minds and masters such as Plato, Augustine, Irenaeus and Descartes already had exactly the right idea about life as we know it and as we don t know it Where many, humanly, see it as completely controversial and totally blasphemous, the truth of this philosophy absolutely cemented my beliefs in the Highest thought of Love the ultimate and absolute of all that we are f [...]

    11. Another book that my dad gave me I am personally not supportive of organized religion in any way In fact, I feel that organized religion breeds hatred ignorance That last statement will likely upset a lot of people, including ones that I love respect But it s my opinion and I m sticking to it I believe that Neale Donald Walsh s Conversations with God books can likely offend in the same sense, which is probably why I agree with so much of what is written about in these books I have always conside [...]

    12. I found myself distracted by the reviews here that claim this book presents falsehoods and the message is poorly constructed Then, I immediately felt bad and had a desire to defend this material because it has provided me with something I never thought I could have a better understanding of who I want to be I quickly realized I don t need to feel bad that other people here don t seem to get what this book has to offer because of what I ve learned in reading the book, which is that the construct [...]

    13. Read out of curiosityd it s tragically funny Reminds me of a line said by Matthew Broderick s character Phillipe Gaston in the 1985 film Ladyhawke Sir, the truth is, I talk to God all the time, and, no offense, but He never mentioned you Anyway, accounting for the rating three stars for making me laugh plus three stars for an imaginative tale Subtract four stars for trying to pawn off things like these as words of his God Your job on Earth, therefore, is not to learn Strike oneyou re out No disc [...]

    14. You are about to have an extraordinary experience You are about to have a conversation with God So begins Conversations with God An Uncommon Dialogue Book 1 which was a best seller, a publishing phenomenon Truly, this book is less a conversation than a tiresome monologue by Neale Donald Walsch, who in the process of instructing the reader to liberate himself by recognizing his own Self as God, paints an image of a God as small as Walsch himself, and filled with Walsch s own parochialisms and sca [...]

    15. This book has changed my life and has made me see things in a whole new light Because of this book, I have changed my thought process and it has made all the difference in the world I grew up with deep religious roots, but I have discovered that I enjoy having an open mind and discovering what others believe and just because it differs from the teachings I was raised with, doesn t mean it s not enlightening I don t believe EVERYTHING the book has to say, and I don t HAVE TO I take the words in t [...]

    16. 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 an [...]

    17. This book changed the way I look at everything It s a read, then re reread He starts it by writing an angry letter to God and says he heard God reply to his questions hence the name I read it loaded with skepticism but eventually, it did help me realize that maybe if there is a God, he she it can talk to us however we choose to hear him free association writing, musical inspiration etc In that regard, I let my guard down and read it with a somewhat open mind He has a whole series of these books [...]

    18. OK, I confess I didn t finish this book I didn t even buy it Got it for free somehow Actually, I forgot how I got hold of a copy Anyway, nice sentiment I do know this happens, but I m not sure Walsch recorded his actual conversations They seem staged Nevertheless, I know that people do speak with God in this manor About ten years ago, I had a friend die in a car accident at the age of 28, and part of the celebration of this woman s life consisted of the mother reading from her journal actual con [...]

    19. Once someone asked while I was reading this series, How do you know if what this guy is saying is true Great question especially considering the author s intro and all that stuff about automatic writing Well, I said, I decided to disregard the messenger and pay attention to the message No disrespect here to Mr Walsch at all but concentrating on the message allowed me to feel it the way it was meant to be felt And boy did I feel it Everything rings very true in my soul I do believe that we retain [...]

    20. Reading for the second timewith a highlighter These books have changed my life And they re not what you d think from the title They give a swift kick in the ass to a great many accepted religious norms The religious questions I ve had, wondering why certain pieces just didn t fit or make senseey get answered These books don t promote any religion, but rather encourage a new belief system.

    21. I first came to this book in my mid to late twenties Having seemingly lost all faith in everything around me I was at a period in my life asking all the big questions but never seeming to get the answers Then this book suddenly appeared out of nowhere I read it, took on board the messages within and then life happened again, lessons learned were soon less important than what was going on externally around me Fast forward 20 years or so later and life had come full circle and still, the same thin [...]

    22. Some books touch us some don t This one speaks for me I cried, laughed, twitched my eyebrow reading it, hence, I found myself reading another sequel and another and got the whole trilogy It left me with a feeling of liberation and some things that I thought complicated before became sensibly simple for me But again, that s for me So for everyone who is not only searching for the essence about themselves, the Creator, life, world, and relationships with other people to name few, but also are will [...]

    23. Some truly groundbreaking insight into religion and humanity I would highly recommend this fascinating piece of literature.

    24. This is such a bizarre book and I kept thinking I would stop reading it But then something would hook me to read on and though I can t say I believed the author who believes that he is channeling G d through his pen I do believe in the message he writes Which is basically grateful for what you have now and what you will continue to receive in your life Don t live in a state of wanting I found his message profound This was written before The Secret and The Last Lecture which I have not read Those [...]

    25. Whew What to say here.r have I been stumped about a review Let me start by saying that I have been blessed with a wondeful , life long friend Lisa has always been like a sister to me We have a million and one things in common ONE thing we do NOT have in common is our taste in books see my review of Women Food and God keep in mind that it was good ol Lisa that insisted I read it because she totally LOVED the darn thing Let me clarify we enjoy the same genres , but our opinions of individual book [...]

    26. Fiquei verdadeiramente surpreendido com este livro N o estava espera de um livro que me agarrasse e que me fizesse pensar, questionar, aceitar ideias, perspectivas e argumentos.A palavra Deus fez me alguma confus o no in cio da leitura, mas rapidamente percebi onde o Neale quis chegar com este di logo.A palavra Deus n o passa de uma nomenclatura que TODOS N S entendemos, quer acreditemos ou n o na sua exist ncia concreta H quem acredite, e h quem n o acredite mas para ambos a refer ncia o perfei [...]

    27. When I was 15 my best friend let me borrow this book and read it As a young religious skeptic in conservative small town Texas, I was awestruck by it I believed it for a long time, it just made so much sense than any other book on religion I d ever read or attempted to read coughbible.Now I m almost 21 and even though I doubt that Neale Donald Walsch talks to god since I m now an atheist I will always remember this book as the one that opened my mind to new possibilities and gave me the confide [...]

    28. So many lessons learnt and relearnt A great recommendation that is helping me on my journey into remembering the truth of who I am and tapping into the power within.

    29. M nh kh ng ph i Christian, c ng kh ng tranh c i v thuy t n y thuy t n cho m t ng i, c n v Ch a m Walsch n i chuy n, m nh th y th ch ng God n y, m t ng God kh ng h mang m u s c huy n b , d nh d ng t i quy n l c, m l i r t th n thi n, ki u nh m t ng i Th y, ng i Cha, ng i Anh Em t t v y ng God m Walsch n i chuy n c th l th y c a b t c m t ng i n o tr n Tr i t, n u ng i b th nh ki n v ch u l ng nghe, v ng God n y r r ng ch th hi n m nh l m t i di n cho b t c h th ng nghi l t n gi o, h nh nh God c a [...]

    30. I picked this book for one sole reason It promised to talk about extraterrestrial life I kept looking for it until the end of the book and in the end, I found this Que Is there life on other planets Have we been visited by it Will we see evidence irrevocable and indisputable of extraterrestrial life in our lifetime Does each form of life have its own God Are you the God of it all Ans Yes to the first part Yes to the second Yes to the third I can t answer the fourth part since that would require [...]

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