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  • By Geoff Cutler
    Oct 26, 2011
    The Padgett messages first appeared in print in 1941. Slowly, over the next thirty years, additional material was published. Nothing much changed until around 2000 when it became possible to date each communication, and thus put them into a chronological order. It is truly wonderful to read these communications, in the very sequence that James Padgett received them, save only that his exposure was a sort of drip feed over seven or eight years. In short, wonderful though the complete set of messages in chronological order is: BOOK OF TRUTHS, its a huge amount to read, and totally unsuitable for someone who is only interested in getting a mere taste. Joseph recognised this some years ago, with his publication of "A Little Book of Truths" but now he has gone one step further - and what a great step it is. While retaining the chronological order, Joseph has carefully selected the messages to be included, and within each message removed extraneous material, to leave the clearest... More > depiction of the Divine Love Path I have ever read. He has cut to the core, yet kept all the sweet stuff. It surely is "The Way of Divine Love". This book has right at the end, a special message received by Joseph from the spirits who were involved with James Padgett. And I heartily concur. If you read this book, your life will be changed for all time.< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Gentle River Publishing
November 29, 2011
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.78 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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