In God's Truth by Nick Bunick

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On January 14, 1995, when angels intervened in the life of Nick Bunick, he was a high-profile businessman, the owner of several corporations and on the board of directors of others, two of which are publicly traded on the stock market.

After the angels' intervention, Nick placed this behind him. Now his only business activity is as founder and president of The Great Tomorrow, a non-profit corporation committed to spiritual and humanitarian activities. He currently conducts spiritual symposiums throughout the country and publishes a monthly newsletter. He has appeared on many national television and radio shows and is considered one of the foremost spiritual teachers in the country.

Nick was born near Boston in one of the poorest cities in the United States. His parents, Russian immigrants, were orthodox Jews. He himself acknowledges a spiritual relationship with God but does not practice a formal religion. When he asked his angels why it was that he had been selected for this mission, considering he did not have a formal religion, their response was, "What religion do you think God is? Mennonite, Quaker, or Presbyterian? God also does not have a formal religion, but embraces all teachings that share God's messages."

Nick believes that each one of us is on the same journey, trying to be at one with God. And as we develop our spiritual relationship with God, we recognize that we are all brothers and sisters.

In God's Truth will help you on your journey.


About Nick Bunick

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Bunick was born of Russian immigrants who were orthodox Jews, he does not practice any formal religion. He is the founder and president of The Great Tomorrow, a nonprofit corporation committed to spiritual and humanitarian activities.
Published September 1, 1998 by Hampton Roads Publishing. 232 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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