Awakening! My Experiments with God
You say you believe in God, and you've read all the descriptions given of Him in the scriptures, but have you really experienced Him? On the 17th day of October in 2000, I realized, for the first time, that He was within me. Afterwards, I tried to test Him in so many ways to see whether He would really come to help me. On all the occasions, He reached me in one form or another. And now I can assert that God resides within all of us. God is ready to reveal Himself if we consent to help others without discrimination and self-interest. In Awakening! My Experiments with God, author Dharmendra Sharma explains how God can be identified within ourselves. He hopes to change the perspective people have about God and His importance in resolving our day to day life problems, as well as the major crises of the 21st century. Dharmendra Sharma is a lawyer who resides in Edison, New Jersey. This is his first book. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/ title/Awakening-MyExperimentsWithGod.htm
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