The Wild Love of God by Chris DuPré

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How does God really see me? Do I exhaust His patience and His love? Does He love me out of desire or is He obligated to love me because He’s God? At one time or another we all struggle with these questions.

In The Wild Love of God, Chris DuPré answers these questions as he takes you on a real life journey from a prison cell in WWII Germany to a small town in Upstate, New York. The youngest son of a WWII POW, Chris remembered mostly disappointment and pain from his earthly father until another Father stepped into his life. After receiving God’s outpouring of affection in a face-to-face encounter, Chris went on a journey of forgiveness that led to a restoration far beyond his wildest dreams.

An incredible story of hope, The Wild Love of God will bring you to the very face of God, and in so doing, you will begin to see yourself as He sees you—a loved child of a Father who is filled with extravagant love, a love that no one can control, a love that has no bounds, a perfect love, a Wild Love.

About Chris DuPré

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Published September 13, 2011 by BookBaby. 117 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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