Friendship With God – An Uncommon Dialogue – Neale Donald Walsch

Friendship with God – An Uncommon Dialogue

Friendship With God

Friendship With God

Author – Neale Donald Walsch
Copyright: 1999
2nd Edition: 2002

 Synopsis:  Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way millions of Americans think about God. His Conversations with God series, book 1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers–book 1 for over two years. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch’s message lies at the heart of faith–the sacred place in every person, where he stands alone with his God. Walsch urges each of us to forge our own unique relationship with God, a God who is everywhere and speaks to us in all we do. It is up to us to stop and listen. It is up to us to respond . . . to begin the conversation. And a conversation is the first step, just as in any relationship, in establishing trust, in building friendship, in creating communion. In Friendship with God, Neale Donald Walsch shares the next part of his journey, and leads us to deepen and strengthen our own bonds with God. He honors our heart’s desire: a closer connection, richer and fuller. A friendship with God.

Review:  This author writes with a grace and wisdom that truly amazes me.  In his previous writings, of which I listened to the audio, his words made such a profound impact on me.  After having read this book,  my respect and gratitude for his writing only deepened.  Whether or not you believe in God is a non-issue as  the book is filled with so much common sense and written with love expressed for all the people in this home we call earth. It is  a writing that is difficult to ignore or put down.  This man is a true inspiration. The wisdom in his writings cannot be denied. I would recommend this and the Conversations With God trilogy for any and all people of any religion or those with no particular faith to read and follow the precepts outlined in the books.  They can be purchased in many different formats at

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