What God Said

What God Said

The 25 Core Messages of Conversations With God That Will Change your Life and the World

Book - 2013
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God's number one message to the world.

In just five words… 

"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.

The result is a concise text detailing and expanding just what we need to know about life and how to live it. Bringing their 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 of ways. And so Walsch has included solid suggestions on how to apply each of the 25 Core Messages in daily life, The author says that should humanity begin carrying these messages forward, starting today, they can literally change the world.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Books, a publication of The Berkley Publishing Group, published by the Penguin Group,, 2013, ©2013.
Edition: First edition.
ISBN: 9780425268841
Branch Call Number: 133. 93 WAL
Characteristics: 387 pages


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Jun 17, 2017

Depending on your background, this might serve the same purpose as the red pill from the Matrix.

Mar 24, 2017

This is one of those great cons (like The Secret) that comes out now and then. On the one hand, Walsch condemns people for hanging on to ancient religous rites and passages but on the other hand, "god" speaks in archaic prose and only Walsch can dicipher it for the rest of us mere mortals. If you are at the Library waiting for your spouse or kids and this is on the shelf (I found it under next to Sylvia Browne's book on predictions in the Occult section), then certainly pick it up, sit on one of those fine easy chairs and read a couple of chapters. And most likely, like me, have a good laugh and leave it on the table. This is Walsch's interpretation of what life should be not what it is or will ever be.


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Jun 18, 2017

"A life lived by choice is a life of conscious action. A life lived by chance is a life of unconscious reaction."

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