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Conversations With God

Suzanne D. Williams

Publisher: Suzanne D. Williams

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Summary

“Suzanne?”



 
“Yes, God?”



 
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From the devotionals of best-selling author, SUZANNE D. WILLIAMS, a clever take on having an intimate relationship with God presented through a series of fictional personal dialogues. The Scriptures presented in everyday language. 4,000 words.  

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