Looking back, my spiritual life was like a jigsaw puzzle. Throughout my life I collected so many pieces to a puzzle that did not make sense.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 12, 2014
Before arriving in the U.S., Seok Soppe didn’t have a relationship with God. With the desire to find a relationship that met her spiritual needs, she set out on a journey to discover God’s mystery.
“Looking back, my spiritual life was like a jigsaw puzzle,” Soppe said. “Throughout my life I collected so many pieces to a puzzle that did not make sense.”
Soppe grew up in a Buddhist family and later met her husband who is Catholic. With exposure to both religions, Soppe began exploring and studying several faiths including Baptist, Jehovah Witness, Presbyterian and non-denominational. Her needs still unsatisfied, she continued her journey.
In 2007 she began writing her new book, “God’s Mystery That Is Christ,” originally crafted in Korean and later translated into English. The more she wrote the more the puzzle pieces came together.
In Soppe’s new book, she challenges readers’ perceptions of biblical truths to reveal God’s true intentions. Her interpretation and understanding of God will support and aid readers in developing a stronger relationship with God.
“Everything Jesus did while on earth, he did as an example for us,” Soppe said. “He showed us what to do to attain redemption, which is salvation for both our spirits and souls.”
About the author
Seok Soppe was born in Korea and immigrated to the U.S. Shortly after her arrival, her spiritual journey began that ultimately led to the discovery of God’s truth. Currently she lives in San Diego.