If You Wish to Be Perfect: Including: A Simple Conversion Guide for Catholics

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AuthorHouse, Aug 10, 2005 - Religion - 228 pages
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I accept Jesus Christ as my personal Savior.

Is that prayer all that’s required to gain eternal salvation?

Share the true-life conversion journey of one Catholic Christian growing exponentially in faith and love through daily encounter with the Holy Spirit. Along the way discover God’s very special, individual plans and purpose for your life. Many books tell us what to do, “If You Wish To Be Perfect” also explains How To:

 

Believe – Pray – Listen to God – Know God’s Plan

Live – Love – Carry Your Cross

And – How to experience the joy of God’s Conversion.

 

    

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About the author (2005)

Sixteen years ago I was divorced and remarried Catholic. Fourteen years ago I was a practicing alcoholic. Ten years ago I would have an anxiety attack if the Sunday Mass lasted longer than an hour, and that was the extent of my religious involvement…Then through the prayers of my wife, Valerie, and God’s abundant Grace, the Holy Spirit entered my life and everything changed. Today with annulment in hand and almost 14 years of sobriety we are disciples in training, concentrating on several ministries including: Bible study, homeless shelters, cancer support groups and lots of praise and worship. And if that’s not enough, there are 6 children, eleven grandchildren and the rare RV trips not to mention the book that God told me to write.

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