Reading the Bible in nature is a good way to become available to God.
Cleveland, Ohio (PRWEB) May 10, 2014
Albert Einstein once said, “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
Glen W. Warner shows the truth in this saying in his new book, “Finding the WORD in the World.” Warner takes the reader on a journey of spirit and soul as he shares divine messages between God’s creation and His written word. Asserting that everyone lives life in a unique way, Warner explains that God speaks to individuals in their own time and through different avenues of beauty.
“Reading the Bible in nature is a good way to become available to God,” Warner said. “It is ‘sacred space’ where one can deal with confusion and chaos.”
The book includes 120 brief meditations, each which can be read in about five minutes. An accompanying study guide provides deeper insight for book or discussion groups, or anyone who wishes to explore their faith further.
Warner believes that through the unification of nature and scripture, readers will find the divine message leading them through uncertainty, disappointment and other causes of stress.
“Meeting the WORD in the World”
By: Glen W. Warner
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse online bookstores.
About the author
Glen W. Warner is a retired marketing executive and ordained protestant minister. He holds an interest in planning and executing community-wide events for deserving causes, with a special interest in fundraising. He currently resides near Cleveland with his wife.
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