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find God

To embrace a certain religion or a spiritual connection. Ted's become a completely different person since he found God.
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find God

experience a religious conversion or awakening.
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In "Finding God Without Religion," The Prophet of Life shares insights into Life, The Afterlife and God for people who believe in God but have no particular religion.
Critique: Impressively thoughtful and thought-provoking, "Fire by Night: Finding God in the Pages of the Old Testament" is an extraordinary study that is both inspired and inspiring.
Containing a true story and a nugget of spiritual insight, accompanied by thought-provoking questions and a memorable Scripture quote, "Finding God in Ordinary Time" reveals a God who is playful and affectionate, merciful and compassionate, and always relevant.
Finding God in all things implies for Lynch that in exploring and encountering the meaning of all things, their intrinsic and indeed secular meaning, we find God and grace in them.
His friend, Renato Favelloni, has spent time in jail after confessing to the crime - but after finding God, he's now retracted his original statement.
"The Road to New Life: The Way of Jesus of Nazareth" is a guide to finding God and living your life with him on his side, to travel through one's life with God in mind to help you through your pain and the nonstop challenges that one constantly faces along the way.
However this book may well suit audiences interested in reading stories about overcoming adversity and finding God.
"Finding God in The Shack" is a companion manual to the novel, urging congregations to embrace the novel as a collection of stories about how God is everywhere, and how faith takes form in all shapes and sizes.
Maybe they are all Living on a Prayer after finding God and thought it time to call it a day for the terror group.
Finding God in the Singing River weaves ecological theology and spirituality with Neo-Paganism, Native American spirituality, and deep ecology into a text that attempts to reclaim a God, "as carnal Spirit who imbues all things," indicative of a green spirituality.
Addiction to another object or person takes away the only possible human happiness, a happiness that comes not from a search for fulfillment in something other than God but only from emptying oneself and finding God alone.
The topics include divine providence, the foundations of Judaism, the so-called Fall of Man, and losing and finding God.
"Nothing is more practical than finding God, that is, than falling in love in a quite absolute, final way.
Ken Stright sums up the unofficial response to Finding God's" Opportunities: "We must keep on keeping on." Mr.