Book Reviews of The Unmistakable Touch of Grace : How to Recognize and Respond to the Spiritual Signposts in Your Life

The Unmistakable Touch of Grace : How to Recognize and Respond to the Spiritual Signposts in Your Life
The Unmistakable Touch of Grace How to Recognize and Respond to the Spiritual Signposts in Your Life
Author: Cheryl Richardson
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ISBN-13: 9780743226530
ISBN-10: 0743226534
Publication Date: 1/24/2006
Pages: 272
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4 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Free Press
Book Type: Paperback
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Cheryl Richardson finds the key to Grace... giving many experiences from her own life and others that will shed light on how simple one's life will flow through the Source of Grace. Cheryl Richardson delves deeply to share how Grace works, plays and communicates in each and every person's life. The Unmistakable Touch of Grace is an inspiring source to help one recognize they are not alone!
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Wonderful Book
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Gives a new way of looking at things. " Every event we experience and every person we meet has been put in our path for a reason." Really shows you the reasons this is true.
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This book mostly chronicles the authors life experience. There are also some stories about other people and their experience of grace. It has a section for discussion questions after the chapters. It would make a good book study book. It is sort of broad and not aimed at any particular religion. It is more "spiritual" than "religious".