• Almighty: A Short Tale of Omnipotent Proportions

  • By: Justine Avery
  • Narrated by: Alex Knox
  • Length: 32 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

When a staunch atheist is introduced to the Lord Almighty in the most casual and childish way, it's not the end of the world. It's a Tuesday.

Bradley Michaels is just another man ending just another workday at just another job. He can list the usual complaints, can point his finger at the usual causes, and he can go about his routine as if one day is absolutely no different from the next.

Until God himself just shows up uninvited and shakes up Bradley's entire existence by flaunting his own.

It's not fair, but Bradley never claimed life is. And he tries to handle the new, omniscient presence in his head with calm attention and cool collectedness.

But God happens to be a bit of a kid. He likes to joke, to prod, to stir things up. And what God sets his mind to, God succeeds at.

Just as Bradley believes he's got life all figured out, God has to throw a wrench into it.

But not at all in the way that Bradley - or you - can expect.

Just when you think life is going according to plan, you find out your plan sucks. And it's time for a new one.

©2014 Justine Avery (P)2018 Suteki Creative

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Great book and even better to hear !

I thoroughly enjoyed the authors take on what meeting god what be like as an average guy . Very entertaining ! Overall a positive message and very interesting to see how a non believer would react to meeting God and hearing his thoughts and impressions on the whole thing 5 stars all around !

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Just Believe

Another good book but Justine Avery and performed by Alex Knox. I would recommend this book as you just simply need to believe and your imagination while having fun as things will happen.

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  • 11-06-20

Interesting interpretation

Love Justine’s way of writing, it’s so down to earth and easy to listen to. This was such an interesting perspective on what it’d be like to meet God as an average Joe, and I appreciated the humor and witty banter. No hoity-toity stuff here!

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Almighty: A Short Tale of Omnipotent Proportions

‘Almighty: A Short Tale of Omnipotent Proportions’ is a short book that talks about God in the most casual way. The humor in the author’s words and the encounters of the main character make you love God as a super being. In the story, Bradley Michaels, a non-believer, gets to meet God. His description of this man who created the earth is both comical and amusing. In between the narration are facts about God that people may have previously not known. The fact and lessons drawn in the book show you that God is understanding and loves everyone regardless of their beliefs.

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I had a hard time with this story at first but I persevered and am glad that I did. The message is overwhelmingly positive. Live your life and believe what you want and need to believe. Regardless of what others think. Inspiring.