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Letters From the Infinite, Volume 1: the Sacred Yes.

by Rev. Deborah L. Johnson New Brighton Books, August 2002 $23.95, ISBN 0-971-83770-8

Do you hear God in the roar of the ocean; feel Him in the cool autumn breeze? Do you see Him amidst the chaos and sadness of September 11, or in the eyes of the homeless woman strung out on crack? Letters From the Infinite, Volume I: The Sacred Yes, a collection of transformative letters revealed by the Spirit to Rev. Deborah L. Johnson, reminds us that the Creator wants us to "see Him in all things so that we may see ourselves [in all things]."

Told in the first-person voice of Spirit, this volume provides a spiritual blueprint for expanding self-awareness. The letters--53 in all--serve to encourage, motivate and promote self-love and acceptance despite human frailties. A product of Rev. Johnson's omni-faith ministry, which is dedicated to teaching practical applications of the Universal Spiritual Principles similar to those embraced by Iyanla Vanzant, the book provides compelling, insightful and poetic answers to spiritual questions.

Letters From the Infinite is a reminder that God loves us, resides in us and glorifies our lives provided that we tap into His inexhaustible supply. "You are me and I am you. You move in my world. You speak with my voice. You love with my heart," writes Johnson in the voice of the Spirit. While the letters speak to anyone who wants to be more in tune with the Spirit, those who embrace metaphysical and universal principles will find the approach particularly appealing. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to reclaim his or her spirit.

--Judy M. Willis is an Atlanta-based writer and publicist.
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Author:Willis, Judy M.
Publication:Black Issues Book Review
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Date:Jan 1, 2003
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