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Intimacy with Jesus is a verse-by-verse commentary on the Song of Songs by Madame Guyon. She beautifully describes the advance of a soul into god by expounding on this most intimate book of the Bible. Surely our relationship with god goes beyond the church walls, and our journey in god does not stop when we accept Jesus as our savior.

Be drawn deep into the love of Christ as you become lost in his goodness while listening to this book. Allow the words within to release you from modern Christianity and into the arms of the bridegroom. Enjoy.

©2016 GodSounds, Inc. (P)2016 GodSounds, Inc.

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Book is great but narrator is opposite to helpful

The narrator is so unhelpful, makes a simple book seem like a jungle of mess. At first I wondered if it was serious and was upset wondering is this narrator purposefully spoke that way to ruin the book because he didn't like it.
He speaks as if he is reading a novel all throughout and, considering that the book consists of Bible passages and then the authors explanation, he makes no distinction on when she is simply reading a passage and when shes speaking and explaining. It is a mess, better to read the book or find another narrator. I really find this narrator (William Crockett) insulting, confusing and unhelpful.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful