GOD'S TRUTH by D.K. Lundin

This book will contain gender-neutral terms. If we refer to God as one gender over another or one race over another, we suggest that gender or race is superior to others. While the soul of God can manifest as any of these beings, they do not define gnen.

When we hear of creation, God is referring to the creation of our souls in gnes image, not our human avatars. What we are beneath our current avatar is energy. Our gender is a role we take on as part of the game of life we now play.

Our souls are here to explore the levels of gray between the light and the dark. We came with a ticket for a trip we requested, one we may now find too challenging in our human forms. Inside, suggestions will be given on how to cope with this.

In God’s Truth, God sends message’s through author D.K. Lundin. That you were created to be free. That God doesn’t want your fear or obedience, but to see you find joy through completing your life’s purpose. You will be instructed how to hear your soul, so if you don’t know your purpose, you can discover it.

Come prepared for an intimate talk with your best friend, God.

The messages from God in this book were received in several ways. Most are through meditative prayer and telepathic dialogue. There are also two visions of God and Heaven, written about in “Three Orbs of Light” and “Reiki and Encounter with God.” There are four encounters with human conduits, written about in “St. Francis by the Freeway Entrance,” “St. Catherine Laboure on Confidence and the Date of July 18” and “The Archangel Gabriel’s Two Visits.” There are two Natural Phenomena occurrences, written about in “God’s House is Rumbling” and in the Introduction, in which God sent an earthquake as a sign.

Through deep prayer and meditation, she received updated answers that shed light on currently held ideas about our Creator. These answers are written in the book, where you can read actual discussions, synopsis of her dialogues with God, and the application of God’s messages we can use in our daily lives.

© 2018 by D.K. Lundin