God on a Harley: A Spiritual Fable

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Pocket Books, 1995 - Fiction - 147 pages
At thirty-seven, Christine Moore had a world-class case of burnout: a frustrating career a few dead-end romances, no husband, no children, and a less-than-perfect figure. Little did she know that her life was about to change completely... God on a Harley guides us on an inspiring odyssey of self-discovery and authentic, powerful love. As we follow this extraordinary fable, we join one woman's triumphant quest for healing and life-changing truths. Every woman who believes in her soul that hopes can be attained, real happiness can be found, and that each of us can be loved for herself will find in these pages the simple, profound secrets to an enlightened and enriched new life.

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User Review  - Sandralb - LibraryThing

What a good inspiration novel with a message. The author has a unique way of introducing people to God and his true love for us. Someone may read this novel, where they may not read a "Christian" book ... Read full review

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User Review  - tbsomeday - LibraryThing

First, I have to say unless you have an open mind about who God is this book will drive you nuts. I have friends who would be so offended by this book's portrayal of God that they probably couldn't ... Read full review


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