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A Personal Relationship

Narrated by: Diane Busch
Length: 4 hrs and 9 mins
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Many people dedicate their whole lives to starting and building relationships. They believe these connections will bring some fulfilment to their lives, and that may be so. But there are also many who struggle to attain or neglect to nurture the most important relationship a person can have: a relationship with God.

Claude Pitout has lived his life with a belief in and relationship with God the Father, and so can attest to just how important that relationship is. His book encourages readers to explore the question: Are you just religious, or do you have a personal relationship with God? More than that, though, it explains just what that kind of relationship looks and feels like, and how you can have it in your life.

A true, close relationship with God the Father is within your reach. And you can learn how to attain it.

And now abide faith, hope, love, these three; but the greatest of these is love. - 1 Corinthians 13:13 NKJV

©2017 Claude Pitout (P)2018 Claude Pitout

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  • Assun
  • 07-27-19

Sweet Romance

Loved this audiobook. It was a sweet, clean romance. I like Claude Pitout took the time to develop the story. There was no meet on Monday fall in love by Wednesday and engaged on Friday. There was one point in the audiobook where I thought the H got a bit whiny, but it was easy to overlook because the rest of the audiobook was so well written, narrated. I loved the characters.