|Posted on December 6, 2010 at 2:34 PM|
In previous Blog postings, I have written about my conviction that God continues trying to communicate with the human race, even though many who embrace the Jewish or Christian tradition are convinced that God only spoke through the prophets of the Bible. From this viewpoint, since nothing has been added to the Bible since the Book of Revelation, it means God hasn’t spoken since the first century.
In reality, the history of the last 2,000 years is sprinkled with Divine encounters – from those of Christian mystics such as Francis of Assisi and Catherine of Siena -- to the more recent phenomena of Near Death Experiences (NDEs) and Induced After-Death Communications (IADCs).
A recent record of an encounter with the Divine can be found in David Hose’s book Every Day God. (For those of you who have read my book, Reconciled by the Light: the After-Death Letters from a Teen Suicide, you will recognize Rev. David Hose as the minister who made early contact with my son after his suicide.)
Every Day God reveals a God similar to the loving parent that Jesus spoke about, and not at all like the Old Testament monarch that was so quick to become angry and dole out punishment. I cannot overstate the fact that, in my view, this book is the most significant revelation since the Book of Revelation was written almost 2,000 years ago.
The messages in Every Day God are clear, easy to read, and are relevant to our modern day circumstances. They have a way of explaining profound spiritual truths – which are often difficult to express in everyday language – in a way that anyone can relate to.
Importantly, they explain the fact that the dwelling place of God is not in some mysterious location on a mountaintop or a far off Heaven; the place to find God is not outside, but inside, in the deep center of our heart and mind. The book reveals common sense and practical guidance on how to achieve our own personal encounter with the Divine.
Although Every Day God is currently unavailable in bookstores, I’ve managed to locate a few copies from the publisher, and they will be available on my website, on a first-come, first-served basis at my website bookstore.
If you are interested in obtaining your own copy of Every Day God, just click on the "Book Store" icon on my website, or copy and paste the URL below into your web browser: