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The first book in a new series by the multimillion-copy bestselling author of Conversations with God. Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way millions of Americans think about God. His Conversations with God series, book 1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers- book 1 for over two years. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart o The first book in a new series by the multimillion-copy bestselling author of Conversations with God. Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way millions of Americans think about God. His Conversations with God series, book 1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers- book 1 for over two years. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart of faith- the sacred place in every person, where he stands alone with his God. Walsch urges each of us to forge our own unique relationship with God, a God who is everywhere and speaks to us in all we do. It is up to us to stop and listen. It is up to us to respond...to begin the conversation. And a conversation is the first step, just as in any relationship, in establishing trust, in building friendship, in creating communion. In Friendship with God, Neale Donald Walsch shares the next part of his journey, and leads us to deepen and strengthen our own bonds with God. He honors our heart's desire: a closer connection, richer and fuller. A friendship with God.


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The first book in a new series by the multimillion-copy bestselling author of Conversations with God. Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way millions of Americans think about God. His Conversations with God series, book 1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers- book 1 for over two years. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart o The first book in a new series by the multimillion-copy bestselling author of Conversations with God. Neale Donald Walsch has changed the way millions of Americans think about God. His Conversations with God series, book 1, book 2, and book 3, have all been New York Times bestsellers- book 1 for over two years. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart of faith- the sacred place in every person, where he stands alone with his God. Walsch urges each of us to forge our own unique relationship with God, a God who is everywhere and speaks to us in all we do. It is up to us to stop and listen. It is up to us to respond...to begin the conversation. And a conversation is the first step, just as in any relationship, in establishing trust, in building friendship, in creating communion. In Friendship with God, Neale Donald Walsch shares the next part of his journey, and leads us to deepen and strengthen our own bonds with God. He honors our heart's desire: a closer connection, richer and fuller. A friendship with God.

30 review for Friendship with God: An Uncommon Dialogue

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brittany Henderson Dhawan

    This book would I think be shunned by a great many professing Christians for the simple reason that it presents a God that is completely non-judgmental and completely open to all without any preconditions. There is none of the 'my faith is better than your faith' or 'only people who believe like me go to heaven...' in this book. It is real, it is open, it is honest - and it painted a picture of God that is probably the closest that I've ever seen to what I actually believe. This book would I think be shunned by a great many professing Christians for the simple reason that it presents a God that is completely non-judgmental and completely open to all without any preconditions. There is none of the 'my faith is better than your faith' or 'only people who believe like me go to heaven...' in this book. It is real, it is open, it is honest - and it painted a picture of God that is probably the closest that I've ever seen to what I actually believe.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Laura Tropman

    I liked this one better than the Conversations series. I thought it was very honest and forthcoming. The main message is that of a New Gospel - we are all one. Our is not a better way, ours is merely another way. Throughout the entire series, God uses very clever play on words. My favorite in this book was that we are Gods in formation, God's information. We are God, in life expresses. He says that only when there is a change in the human heart will there be a change in the human condition. And I liked this one better than the Conversations series. I thought it was very honest and forthcoming. The main message is that of a New Gospel - we are all one. Our is not a better way, ours is merely another way. Throughout the entire series, God uses very clever play on words. My favorite in this book was that we are Gods in formation, God's information. We are God, in life expresses. He says that only when there is a change in the human heart will there be a change in the human condition. And repeatedly asks us, If not you, who? If not now, when? To help bring about a change in the human consciousness to bring about peace on the planet. Wisdom is knowledge applied, he says, so we are asked to take this knowledge and apply it in how we live. There is nothing for us to do, only to be. So be the change you want to see in the world.

  3. 4 out of 5

    J

    A couple excerpts that I like: pg 80 NDW: Whoa. Ask a question, get an answer. God: Especially when you're asking God. NDW: Yes, I see. I mean, it's not as if You have to stop and think about these things. God: No, the answer is right there, on the tip of My tongue. It's right on the tip of your tongue, too, I might add. NDW: What does that mean? God: I mean I'm not keeping these answers to Myself. I never have been. All the answers to all of life's questions are, quite literally, on the tip of your to A couple excerpts that I like: pg 80 NDW: Whoa. Ask a question, get an answer. God: Especially when you're asking God. NDW: Yes, I see. I mean, it's not as if You have to stop and think about these things. God: No, the answer is right there, on the tip of My tongue. It's right on the tip of your tongue, too, I might add. NDW: What does that mean? God: I mean I'm not keeping these answers to Myself. I never have been. All the answers to all of life's questions are, quite literally, on the tip of your tongue. That's another way of saying, "As you speak it, so will it be." NDW: Well, according to that, if I say that everything You say is hogwash, then all that You've just told me is not true. God: That's true. NDW: No, it's not true. God: I mean, it's true that it's not true. NDW: But if I say that everything You say is not true, then it's not true that it's not true. God: That's true. NDW: Unless it's not. God: Unless it's not. You see, you are creating your own reality. NDW: That's what You say. God: That's right. NDW: But if I don't believe what You say . . . God: . . . . then you will not experience it as your reality. But catch the closed circle here -- because if you do not believe that you create your own reality, then you will experience your reality as something you did not create . . . proving that you create your own reality. pg 368 NDW: I don't get it. You've lost me. God: Who You Are is life. You are life itself! And what is life? It is a process. And what is that process? It is evolution . . . or what you would call change. Everything in life changes! Everything! Life is change. That is what Life is. When you put an end to change, you put an end to life. Yet that you cannot do. And so you create a living hell, trying to do something you cannot do, efforting and straining to remain unchanged, when Who You Are is change itself. You are that which changes. NDW: But some things change for the better, and some things change for the worse! All I am doing is trying to stop the changes for the worse. God: There is no such thing as "better" or "worse." You just made all that up. You decide what to call better and what to call worse. NDW: Okay, but what if I call it better to stay alive in my present physical form than to die? I call that a change for the worse! Surely You are not saying that if I do have cancer in my body I should do nothing, because life is eternal, and if my life in this body ends because of my inaction, so what? Surely You're not saying that -- are You? God: I am saying that every act is an act of Self-definition. That is all you are doing here. You are defining and creating, expressing and experiencing, who you think you are. In short, you are evolving. How you evolve is your choice. That you evolve is not. If you are a being who chooses to cut out a cancer within you in order to preserve your larger life form, then you will demonstrate that. If you are a being who sees others of your species as a cancer because they are different from you, or disagree with you, you will demonstrate that. Indeed, many of you already have demonstrated that. I am going to now invite you to see life in an entirely new way. I am going to invite you to view life as nothing more than a continuing process of change. Think of it this way: everything is changing, all of the time. That includes you. You are both the changer and the changed. That is because, even as you are changing, you are causing the change in your Self and in the world around you. When you arise in the morning, I invite you to think of one thing. What is going to change today? Not, will there be a change today? That is a given! But what is that change going to be? And what part will you play in creating that change, in being the conscious cause of it? Every second of every minute of every hour of every day you are making decisions. These choices are about what will change, and how. They are about nothing else. Even a choice as simple as combing your hair. Let's use that, because it's an easy one. You imagine that you are combing your hair the same way every day. and so you are changing nothing at all. Yet the very act of combing it is an act of change. You go to the mirror and look at your hair just after you wake up, and you say, "Ugh." It's a mess. You can't go out like that. You've got to change it. You've got to change the way you look. So you wash your face, comb your hair, get ready for the day. All the while, you are making decisions. Now some of these are decisions to change things back, the way they were. And so you create the illusion of keeping things the way they are. Yet you are simply re-creating yourself anew, in the grandest version of the greatest vision ever you held about Who You Are! All of life is a process of re-creation! This is God's greatest joy. This is God's recreation! Now the implications this has on your life are phenomenal. When you think about it, this is an extraordinary revelation. You are doing nothing but changing. you are doing nothing but evolving. How you are changing is up to you. What you are evolving into is up to you. Yet the fact that you are is not something that is open to question. It is a given. That is just what is going on. That is what Life is. It is what God is. It is what you are. Life, God, You = That Which Changes. NDW: But You still haven't resolved the dilemma. If I am One with everything, what about swatting the mosquito? God: What kind of change do you choose to create in that part of your Self that you call the mosquito? That is the question you are asking, and that is the implication of the We Are All One wisdom. You are "changing" the part of The All that you call the mosquito. You cannot "kill" the mosquito, do you see? Life is eternal, you cannot end it. You do have the power to change your form. As in your popular science fiction entertainments, you might call yourself a shape shifter. Yet know this: all of consciousness acts together. In the highest sense, it is impossible for one of you to have dominion or control over another. Every aspect of divinity has cocreative control over its destiny. Therefore, you cannot kill a mosquito against its will. At some level, the mosquito has chosen that. All of the change in the universe occurs with the consent of the universe itself, in its various forms. The universe cannot disagree with itself. That is impossible. NDW: This is dangerous talk. This is a dangerous teaching. People could use this to say, "Well, then I can do anything to anyone I want, since they've given me their permission! After all they're 'co-creating' it with me!" It would be behavioral anarchy. God: You already have that. Life is what you call "behavioral anarchy," do you not see? You are all doing what you want, when you want, how you want, and I am not stopping you. Are you not seeing that? The human race has done what it has called hideous things, and it has done them over and over again, and God is not stopping it from doing so. Have you not ever wondered why? NDW: Of course I have. We all have. We have cried out in our hearts, "God, why are you allowing this?" Of course we have asked. God: Well, do you not want the answer? NDW: Of course I want the answer. God: Good, because I have just given it to you.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mitzi

    Another great read from Neale Donald Walsch, if you enjoyed Conversations with God you will enjoy this one as well. I liked how he addressed his personal life and history a bit more in this book than he did the others, and how he struggled with going from being a regular guy to a well known spiritual author.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elyana

    This book helped me realize that God really does love me and helped me strengthen my relationship with God. You have to have an open mind to read all of Walsch's Conversation with God books. They are certainly not for everyone. This book helped me realize that God really does love me and helped me strengthen my relationship with God. You have to have an open mind to read all of Walsch's Conversation with God books. They are certainly not for everyone.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anni

    This book is simply amazing. Whether you believe in God or not I would recommend this book to everyone. It has so much wisdom to share. So much wisdom that will change your life. I've read it three times now and everytime it has given me something to remember and think about :). This book is simply amazing. Whether you believe in God or not I would recommend this book to everyone. It has so much wisdom to share. So much wisdom that will change your life. I've read it three times now and everytime it has given me something to remember and think about :).

  7. 4 out of 5

    Golrokh

    one of the most effective books in my life...!!!I love it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    This is my favourite of the series. I have listened to the audio version over and over. My favourite place was walking all over the city of Victoria, BC with Neale and God friend-ing in my ears.

  9. 4 out of 5

    White

    Not much of a read. I believe this book reflects the misogynistic shadows of our culture. It puts men on a throne, sometime that is a must to tolerate while instructing women on how to accept them. Meanwhile, women are ridiculed and not taken seriously. Nah. If you're an independent woman and your husband can't communicate, reading this book will take you one step closer to divorce. This author should throw in the towel. I never read another one of his books. Try "Are You the One for Me" by Barba Not much of a read. I believe this book reflects the misogynistic shadows of our culture. It puts men on a throne, sometime that is a must to tolerate while instructing women on how to accept them. Meanwhile, women are ridiculed and not taken seriously. Nah. If you're an independent woman and your husband can't communicate, reading this book will take you one step closer to divorce. This author should throw in the towel. I never read another one of his books. Try "Are You the One for Me" by Barbara Deangelos. Far superior and it doesn't put the man on his rights to shut women out. It treats both male and female as equal.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Andréia Rivas

    My favourite book, my bedside table one. As a spiritual person, I found it the perfect mix of romance, religion and quantum physics. The dialogues have forever and profoundly changed my life as I have found in this book the perfect translation of my feelings and faith into words.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angelika Christie

    This is another book by Neal that follows his philosophy on how to make your God connection real and practical.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Miquixote

    I read this out of nostalgia for my early 20s. I remember reading Walsch's Conversations with God trilogy and it being liberating. Would it work again? This book says there is no good or evil. Including Hitler, Stalin, pedophiles, mass murderers, etc. More Mature Me has a hard time with that. Methinks that believing there is no good or evil pretty much justifiies fascism. And keeps the onus (and the violence) on the victim (the victims being those that suffer traumas of whatever type, be it psych I read this out of nostalgia for my early 20s. I remember reading Walsch's Conversations with God trilogy and it being liberating. Would it work again? This book says there is no good or evil. Including Hitler, Stalin, pedophiles, mass murderers, etc. More Mature Me has a hard time with that. Methinks that believing there is no good or evil pretty much justifiies fascism. And keeps the onus (and the violence) on the victim (the victims being those that suffer traumas of whatever type, be it psychological or physical). But Walsch says trauma is all in your perspective. Liberate yourself from feeling negative and your trauma will disappear. The good thing about this book is that it helps you forgive yourself and others for the petty things that you probably worry about too much. But it goes too far. It says we should forgive EVERYONE for ANYTHING. Therefore blaming the victim (if the victim can't forgive that is). In my view, any mature adult realizes that there are certainly many things you can't or shouldn't forgive. Like genocide for example. Focussing on forgiveness can be a very selfish thing. The idea is to purify your spirit of any negativity (Yoda sums it up pretty darn well: fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate to violence, etc.), and that you must forgive everyone and everything for anything if you want your individual peace. Once you reach enlightenment you are filled with unjudgmental love for fascists (which just means that anything goes for everybody else, and I think I'll just 'feel the peace, man' while the world goes to hell) . No, let's grow up. There is real evil. It's called fascism. And we needn't forgive fascists. In fact, it would be dangerous to do so. Fascists feed off our naive 'compassion'. If we listened to the flunkies, we needn't have fought Hitler in WWII. He would have realized the errors of his ways as we lined up to volunteer to be killed and permit millions of Jews to be tortured and murdered. I argue that isn't compassion at all. Forgiveness entails letting the crazies run loose. But Walsch says not forgiving makes you feel bad. Aww, poor middle class, are you feeling a little guilty for feeling angry that poor little Hitler killed 6 million Jews? Walsch would have you feel good no matter what. No anger for Hitler, no pity for the Jews. It's all part of the Master Plan: anything goes and you just have to keep your mind as blank and cheery as a used car salesman. Is this for real? Did I really buy into this? Yes, I really did. How did this happen? Well, I'd say because I was feeling so bad about the petty things that organized religi0n taught me to feel bad about that I needed liberation from all that petty crapp. I actually thought I might burn in hell for petty sins. And I couldn't understand why God allowed so much suffering to happen in this world. I needed an explanation that justified my belief in God. Yes, I was stupid. It only took me a few years to get over those ideas, and maybe I needed those years to learn. But it's pretty clear to me now, that laying blame is integral to justice. New age flunkies don't believe in justice and injustice. Just let the mass murderers and potential tyrants loose, see what happens. Well, the thing is alot of them are leading our corporations and governments. Being unjudgmental towards them will not help. They will not realize your amazing love and compassion and all of a sudden start treating people better. They literally exploit our naivetee to make more profits. So, yes, I am suggesting we blame evil acts on the perpetrators. That we judge evil when we see evil. And if people want to be angry about what's happened to them, I'm all for it. It is not evil to be angry at injustice. It IS evil to blame the victim. We evolved the fundamental emotion of anger for just such things as this. The New Age/spiritualists that make no distincition between good and evil are not good people. They are soft postmodern flakes, terrified of reality. Or camouflaged fascists. For all intents and purposes, they are giving the fascists ammunition. You can't not pick sides here. Real trauma exists (such intense suffering that you never get over it). We should aim to eliminate trauma from this world, not focus on blaming us for not forgiving. Not only do these spiritual folk blame the victims, but they blame the ones who side with the victims. By telling us there is no good or bad. This may appear non-judgmental and nice. But it just isn't really, truly, nice. It judges the victims. That isn't really nice. That all said, it is at least as important to recognize we need to acquire the ability to become resilient through legitimate suffering. In fact, it is the only way to make us stronger. It is just as important to recognize that both trauma and resilience exist. But stop there: NEVER EVER blame a REAL victim for his/her suffering. This book blames you for judging Hitler. And you shouldn't feel bad about judging Hitler. True, it is dangerous blaming others for all the difficulties you have in your life and calling everything trauma. So many self-help and spiritual books are so good at reminding us of this. And if you are prone to resenting your parent for not buying that toy you wanted when you were 9, then yeah, maybe you should cut back a little on your whingeing and crying. But the main point here is Fascism exists and Fascists reproduce by blaming the victim. It is not a valid, relevant, humane point of view to be a fascist, blame the victim type. And it is totally immature and naive to accept fascists as just another necessary facet of something you aren't. Fascism is evil, whatever your wishy-washy spiritual book says. And if you think it's ok, there's something wrong with you: A. you are immature and naive or B. you are actually a fascist. I therefore argue that postmodern spiritual 'non-judgmentalness' is actually highly judgmental: it blames the victim for not forgiving. That is what it means when it says: your 'unhappiness' only exists because you won't forgive. Right. That actually justifies fascism. And that is a key reason why fascism is on the rise. See my reviews of The Bhagavad Gita and Man's Search for Meaning if you want more of my thoughts on spirituality and self-help psychology. See my review of Mass Psychology of Fascism, or better yet read the book, if you want to understand Fascism better.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Asif Shuvo

    This book is about friendship with GOD and who we are which is limitless, timeless, with infinite possibilities and constantly changing. Can we love GOD unconditionally ? Can we love life unconditionally? Can we love our loved one unconditionally? Can we love ourself unconditionally? Can we love our enemy unconditionally? Can we love our greatest fear unconditionally? Can we love nothing Itself unconditionally? Can we love everything unconditionally? And can we go beyond love? Or love is all there is? This book is about friendship with GOD and who we are which is limitless, timeless, with infinite possibilities and constantly changing. Can we love GOD unconditionally ? Can we love life unconditionally? Can we love our loved one unconditionally? Can we love ourself unconditionally? Can we love our enemy unconditionally? Can we love our greatest fear unconditionally? Can we love nothing Itself unconditionally? Can we love everything unconditionally? And can we go beyond love? Or love is all there is? Each of our action defines who we are and how we choose life to be for us. We all have free choice to do and be anything we want. And that's makes us who we are. What's the place look like beyond things? Is it nothing? And what is beyond nothing? Is it everything? Is it things+nothing= everything and everything = love. Is the experience of oneness with everything ultimate expression of love? By the way, enjoying this CWG series a lot.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Saqib Rizvi

    The best part of the book was the explanation of the 4 levels of consciousness. It was brilliant! Overall a good book, however, there's not much new for people who have already read the CWG series, and my beloved Master Neale talks a lot about his personal life, which i thought was a bit too much. Thank you again for giving us this beautiful gift of wisdom! The best part of the book was the explanation of the 4 levels of consciousness. It was brilliant! Overall a good book, however, there's not much new for people who have already read the CWG series, and my beloved Master Neale talks a lot about his personal life, which i thought was a bit too much. Thank you again for giving us this beautiful gift of wisdom!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Umaymah

    I have had this book for over 2 years, read it in fits and bursts. One thing I know for sure, nothing in life is a coincidence. I finally finished it at a time I was meant to learn it's deepest lessons. For that I'm grateful. I have had this book for over 2 years, read it in fits and bursts. One thing I know for sure, nothing in life is a coincidence. I finally finished it at a time I was meant to learn it's deepest lessons. For that I'm grateful.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rami

    I like this book but it’s very repetitive and it could be shorter, i like his first book more “Conversation with god” but its recommended for my friends who grow up with religion families

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jesus

    I mean every book of Neale has been eye opening. Thanks to him and the creator for opening many many door in my mind and my soul.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Chirag Donga

    The author is himself great. No need to describe it. But this book is partly about author's personal life if you are interested in it... The author is himself great. No need to describe it. But this book is partly about author's personal life if you are interested in it...

  19. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    Great message. Way too long to deliver. I don't think God would be so long winded. Worth the read. Great message. Way too long to deliver. I don't think God would be so long winded. Worth the read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Wiz

    total awareness is experienced through the massage in this book

  21. 4 out of 5

    Skylar

    Highly Recommended I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a way to seek more answers out of life. This is also revolutionary in the idea that we can have a relationship God (inadvertently, ourselves) without the static requirements we may find in organized religions.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Zeeii

    I love Neale Donald Walsch style especially after I read for him the masterpiece "Conversation with God" trilogy. This books contains a lot of the concepts already explored in the previous 3 CWG books but nevertheless I enjoyed reading the book. I love Neale Donald Walsch style especially after I read for him the masterpiece "Conversation with God" trilogy. This books contains a lot of the concepts already explored in the previous 3 CWG books but nevertheless I enjoyed reading the book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    I haven't read his other books yet, but I resonate with a lot that he/God says. Marked several passages. I was blown away by the conversational style from the beginning and thought I'd breeze right through the book, but it's a long one, and it took me some time. Sure to be controversial with conservative Christians, I guess I'm a bit more open with the idea of more than one path to God. In fact, the one message he says we need to share is, "WE ARE ALL ONE. OURS IS NOT A BETTER WAY, OURS IS MEREL I haven't read his other books yet, but I resonate with a lot that he/God says. Marked several passages. I was blown away by the conversational style from the beginning and thought I'd breeze right through the book, but it's a long one, and it took me some time. Sure to be controversial with conservative Christians, I guess I'm a bit more open with the idea of more than one path to God. In fact, the one message he says we need to share is, "WE ARE ALL ONE. OURS IS NOT A BETTER WAY, OURS IS MERELY ANOTHER WAY." I wanted to tell the Jehovah Witnesses that when they were at my door the other day but I couldn't remember the quote, now I will. Another fave quote of mine from the book: "Must you know that yours will be the “better” picture before you pick up the brush and paint? Can it not simply be another picture? Another expression of beauty? Must a rose be “better” than an iris in order to justify it’s existence? I tell you this: you are all flowers in the Garden of the Gods."

  24. 4 out of 5

    Soren Stewart-MacTavish

    Was surprised by this book actually. After having read (and loved) Conversations book 1-3, I found this book to appear as if Walsh was trying to "sell" [god] to the masses. Everything that could be covered was already covered in Conversations book 1-3, here he was just grasping at straws in a seemingly futile attempt to keep the story going. I have read many books on spirituality, and have never seen someone who was so spot on try to overcompensate for their view quite like Walsh did here. What Was surprised by this book actually. After having read (and loved) Conversations book 1-3, I found this book to appear as if Walsh was trying to "sell" [god] to the masses. Everything that could be covered was already covered in Conversations book 1-3, here he was just grasping at straws in a seemingly futile attempt to keep the story going. I have read many books on spirituality, and have never seen someone who was so spot on try to overcompensate for their view quite like Walsh did here. What an utter disappointment. I am already convinced...so stop trying to convince me (and the countless others who are convinced) of the truth of your revelation.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Saniya

    "Life is a creative process, not a journey of discovery or a school of learning. You're not discovering yourself, but recreating yourself. So don't try and figure out who you are, but establish who you want to be. You create your reality every minute, probably without realizing it. You can be, do, and have whatever you can imagine. " - Neale Donald Walsch (Friendship with God) The book with great words. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart of faith--the sacred place in ev "Life is a creative process, not a journey of discovery or a school of learning. You're not discovering yourself, but recreating yourself. So don't try and figure out who you are, but establish who you want to be. You create your reality every minute, probably without realizing it. You can be, do, and have whatever you can imagine. " - Neale Donald Walsch (Friendship with God) The book with great words. The essence of Neale Donald Walsch's message lies at the heart of faith--the sacred place in every person's heart. A must read, a book that actually relates your relationship with God.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Robyn Adams Young

    Quite possibly the most beautiful book I have ever read. Neale's questions are as raw and honest and poignant as are God's answers. An Uncommon Dialogue subtitle does not even begin to address the miracle of this conversation. I promise you, this is no remix of the convoluted angry God you have had shoved down your throat for eons. Dare to meet this one and so meet yourself and discover your own goodness, no matter how undeserving you may believe yourself to be. Quite possibly the most beautiful book I have ever read. Neale's questions are as raw and honest and poignant as are God's answers. An Uncommon Dialogue subtitle does not even begin to address the miracle of this conversation. I promise you, this is no remix of the convoluted angry God you have had shoved down your throat for eons. Dare to meet this one and so meet yourself and discover your own goodness, no matter how undeserving you may believe yourself to be.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cherilyn Willoughby

    I think this book brings attention to your relationship with God and your feelings on that. It brought some comfort in my own thoughts and feelings and helped me to grasp new concepts on the subject. The content plays along with the other books on grasping bigger concepts and gets the thought process rolling as the others do.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Taking the Conversations With God series further, this book was amazing and speaks to the necessity of developing your own deeply personal relationship with the Creator within. Taking the Conversations With God series further, this book was amazing and speaks to the necessity of developing your own deeply personal relationship with the Creator within.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Friendship with God? Talk about friendship with himself. Neale really disappointed me with his name dropping, his chapter dedicated to talking about how he feels he should accept money from his books. I couldn't get through it. He really showed how much he's changed since the Conversations with God books came out. He sold his soul to the industry. Friendship with God? Talk about friendship with himself. Neale really disappointed me with his name dropping, his chapter dedicated to talking about how he feels he should accept money from his books. I couldn't get through it. He really showed how much he's changed since the Conversations with God books came out. He sold his soul to the industry.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ella Roberts

    I loved this book because it was so fun and spiritual at the time, and I would definitely recommend it especially to teens and young adults who are oftentimes trained to think that God is this unapproachable, uncontactable figure in the sky! God is everywhere and as close to anyone as they will allow.

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