Every Day God: Heart to Heart with the Divine

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 6, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 208 pages
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When Takeko Hose was shot and paralyzed from the knees down, she and her husband, David, turned to prayer more fervently than ever. They received all they'd hoped for and more. Every Day God recounts the dialogues Takeko and David have engaged in with God for eight years. To them, God is akin to a warm and caring parent eager to nurture and love every child unconditionally. Moreover, with the right seeking, each person can access this divine source at the core of his or her being.

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This is one of the most inspiring books I have ever read. If you are having trouble feeling God in your everyday life or not knowing how to talk to God - this book is for you. I have recommended it to friends and family members many times. The response is always positive.


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Takeko Serizawa and David Hose met while working for a church organization. They were married in 1970, and raised a family of four sons and a daughter. Feeling deeply called to the path they’ve chosen during the past decade, David and Takeko are not now formally associated with any spiritual organizations, aside from humanity itself. They currently reside in Bellevue, Washington.

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