Bestselling author Neale Donald Walsch (Conversations with God
) moves beyond showing readers how to develop a friendship with God and instead offers a model for communion. Rather than using the dialogue format, where Walsch shares personal conversations he has with God, he chose to write through the narrative voice of God--as if God were speaking directly to the reader. "I tell you this: You need nothing to survive", says God. "Your survival is guaranteed. I gave you everlasting life, and I never took it away from you". This format can feel a bit jarring, as if this was an attempt at channelling, rather than Walsch's usual humble style of dialogue. Using a structure of top-10 illusions, Walsch has God speaking to illusions such as need, judgement and superiority. At times God sounds scolding: "For I tell you this: Your idea of superiority could be the last mistake you ever make". Yet, the bottom-line message is that of unconditional love and the exhilarating promise of communion--a gift that is lavishly offered throughout the final chapters. --Gail Hudson
A compelling conclusion to the internationally bestselling Conversations with God series
About the Author
Neale Donald Walsch lives with his wife, Nancy, in southern Oregon. Together they have formed ReCreation, a non-profit foundation for personal growth and spiritual understanding with the goal of giving people back to themselves. Walsch lectures and hosts workshops throughout the country to support and spread the messages contained in Conversations with God.