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From the beginning of time, God has instilled in each one of us a yearning for a higher being. Searching for this higher being has forced us to look deep within ourselves for the answers. As time goes on, our belief that God has a plan for us personally dwindles to a minute awareness, and we find ourselves wandering from church to church, longing for the blessings of God that have eluded us for so many years.

Larry Brown's The God Walking Program: Steps Leading Us to the Father's Will takes readers on a journey through the Bible in a simple, yet insightful, conversation with God. Using passages of Scripture from all throughout the Bible, The God Walking Program ultimately points to one undeniable truth: Jesus Christ is the way to the Father's will. No matter how educated or uneducated you are in the Bible, you will no doubt come away with a better understanding of your relationship with Jesus Christ and the blessings that come from this union.

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About the Author
Author Larry Brown

Larry Brown (1951–2004) was an American novelist, non-fiction, and short story writer. He won numerous awards including the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters award for fiction, the Lila Wallace-Readers Digest Award, and Mississippi’s Governor’s Award For Excellence in the Arts. He was also the first two-time winner of the Southern Book Award for Fiction.

His notable works include Dirty Work, Father and Son, Joe, and Big Bad Love. In 2013 a film adaptation of Larry Brown’s Joe was released, featuring Nicolas Cage.