"All-powerful human words" - yes, because man is God! God's word cannot return unto him void. It must accomplish that which He sent it to accomplish. It must actually fulfill its purpose. Well, God is man! And man in his idle moments makes all kinds of statements. Then he reaps it and he doesn't recognize his own harvest. So she comes back, and she's thin. Yes, she is thin - obviously very thin. For a small, little lady, it is quite a loss of weight. You can do it with anything in this world.
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This narrator's lackadaisical moving vocally between a monotone & (equally monotonous) whispers is horrible. Listen to Hannibal Lector as he's telling Clarice that he had a victim's liver with farve beans... that tone is the tone if this book. What would make it better? Mitch Harowitz doing it over. Harowitz makes Goddard's work come to life. This narrator, not so - and the work is stellar and the narration subtracts from it.
Next to Joel Goldsmith this is definitely starting to be my second favorite book. you can tell get this book was written with great spiritual awareness
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