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One Becomes One is the breathtaking true story of Eden, restored. Divorced, debt-ridden, a working, commuting, exhausted single mom, Libby simply knew all the good God has stored up for her would come in a rush. One click of the mouse unveiled true love, but also fearful angst from friends and family as Libby trusted in God, despite the danger of internet relationships. One Becomes One is the stunning, jubilant story of twin flames 2,000 miles away, united against staggering odds and for a marvelous purpose. Libby's prayers were answered in synchronistic miracles beyond all she could ask or imagine.

©2013 The Church of Yahweh (P)2014 The Church of Yahweh

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Honest, fullfilling and breathtaking.

Would you listen to One Becomes One again? Why?

Yes, it 's deep connections and insight couldn't all be consumed at once. I second listen would be more delightful then the first.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Libby, as I could relate and felt at home with her and her struggles and triumphs.

Which scene was your favorite?

At the end, talking of the tree of life and how many have seen it and it's ascendance.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Laughed and cried, this book pulled at more then just my heart strings. It touched a place deep within me that is shared by all.

Any additional comments?

A great read for anyone who has struggled with divinity or religion. It was heartfelt and educational.