Father God by Sylvia Browne

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In this follow-up to her marvelous book, Mother God, Sylvia gives us many insights into our often-misunderstood Father God and the viewpoints about Him. From His history as put forth by humankind in the early days of organized religion to how we view Him today, Sylvia reveals His true attributes in a logical and truthful manner to give us a better understanding of our Father in heaven. Using her uncanny psychic skills and her ability to communicate with the Other Side, Sylvia dispels many of the false and traditional beliefs about the Father God and helps us to embrace Him more deeply and fully. Sylvia helps us see Father God in a different way . . . one in which everyone can gain a deeper understanding and love for this often-maligned Entity. If anyone wants to commune more closely with their Creator and to share His unmitigated and unconditional love, this fascinating book is the answer . . . for it not only shows us Sylvia’s tremendous insight and love for Him, but also tells us how we can enjoy that same intimacy in our everyday lives. In her own indomitable style, Sylvia again shows us that she goes against many conventional beliefs in presenting a God that is truly all-loving, merciful, and forgiving . . . one Whom she has dedicated her life and work to in what she would say is . . . “a labor of love.”
 

About Sylvia Browne

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Sylvia Browne is a #1 New York Times-bestselling author and world-famous psychic who has appeared regularly with the Montel Williams Show and on Larry King Live, as well as making countless other media and public appearances. She is also founder of her church, the Society of Novus Spirit, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2011.
 
Published January 1, 2007 by Hay House. 180 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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