it's a first for me to read about a priest's personal #experience and to share it and that makes the book #relatable.
so not only is it theological and #spiritual but it's also personal.
God isn't watching from a distance; He's active and involved.
They believe in His existence, but don’t know how to relate to Him in a practical and meaningful way. Too many people stumble through life with an inaccurate view of who God is. The book delves into seemingly complex topics such as repentance, faith, prayer etc.
As a result, they fail to achieve anything beyond a superficial relationship with their Creator, and live less-than-fulfilling lives. They believe in His existence, but don’t know how to relate to Him in a practical and meaningful way. He shares his unique story and the lessons he’s learned that helped him go from a “don’t-get-too-close-to-God-because-He-might-ruin-your-life” Christian, to a fully devoted “I-can’t-get-enough-of-God-in-my-life” believer. and is able to elucidate them in a manner that makes logical ( and divine) sense.
i'd recommend it for people new to the #faith or who have just discovered God, or who are simply #lost and don't knojust finished #reading this #book by Father Anthony Messeh, "Whatever, God." this book was very easy to #read and helpful in many ways.
it explains God, who He is, how He works things out and why.