Signs and Wonders
Understanding the Language of God
Have you ever disregarded a hunch that was later proved as fact?
Have you ever had a dream...and watched it come true?
If prayer is about talking to God,
Signs and Wonders is about listening for God's answers.
Albert Clayton Gaulden, founder and director of the Sedona Intensive, believes that God speaks to us personally in a language that is rich in symbol and coincidence, offering messages and guidance we can put to use every day to solve our problems and gain peace, joy, and direction. In Signs and Wonders, Gaulden teaches us how to open ourselves up to the language of God, and open ourselves to a more meaningful life.
How can we listen to God? How can God help us to understand the answers to our prayers? How can we learn to ward off worry, fear, doubt, and despair? Signs and Wonders contains practical strategies, anecdotes, case studies, and stories of personal transformation that can help us to clear God's channel -- the way we listen -- and master a new form of communication. For when we learn to be receptive to God's language, we can begin to benefit from its grace.
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Signs and Wonders
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- Atria Books |
- 256 pages |
- ISBN 9780743237932 |
- November 2003
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Chapter One:What Do You See? What Do You Hear? What Do You Feel?
When Susan received word that she had been admitted to both Harvard University and Brown University, she asked her father for help in making the choice. "Both schools are excellent," he said, "but I think you should sleep on the decision." No sooner had he said the words than the doorbell rang. At the door was a deliveryman who said he was lost and needed directions. He was wearing a sweatshirt that carried one word in large crimson type: Harvard.
David was restless. Things weren't going well for him at work and with a big client meeting the next day, he...
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