God Is In The Little Things: Messages from the Golden Angels

God Is In The Little Things: Messages from the Golden Angels

by Patricia Brooks

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Overview

God is in the Little Things: Messages from the Golden Angels is a riveting true story that reveals Patricia's struggles to reclaim her connection to her Higher Self and discover the meaning of her life. Travel with Patricia through her past lives from ancient Rome to the cobblestoned streets of colonial Boston.



Cry with Patricia as she shares the intimate details of her struggles and how she learns to heal her broken heart. Spiritual revelations unfold before your eyes as Patricia discovers the true meaning of life and begins living her new life with clarity and purpose. Watch as Patricia moves from wounded and weak to a powerful and empowered spiritual being.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945026003
Publisher: Sacred Stories Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/30/2016
Series: God is in The Little Things , #2
Pages: 152
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.35(d)

About the Author

Rev. Patricia Brooks is CEO and Founder of Sacred Stories, a network designed to create empowering and supportive platforms to allow the spiritual voices of today to be heard. Sacred Stories includes a book publishing and marketing company, an online telesummit series, and a radio show. As an ordained interfaith, interspiritual minister and a sacred storyteller Rev. Patricia believes it is time to raise the vibration of our planet to one of respect and honor for the sacred nature of ourselves and all living beings. Learn more about Rev. Patricia and her work at www.revpatriciabrooks.com

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God is in the Little Things: Messages From the Golden Angels 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Lauren_Alumbaugh More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book is part of a Reading Club I'm in we read and review books to help out authors. I did not read the blurb on the back. Based on the title I knew the book would somewhat be about religion, but not to what extent. I quickly realized the book is about the author and her journey through finding God and whichever form he make take. This part might contain a spoiler for those who have not read the book, I believe in God but do not believe in multiple lives, or being able to look back on past lives and fix them. I enjoyed the book, but the author has different beliefs than me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful book to find out how others find their new way in life! This was the first book I read by this author, it was proposed as book of the month in the bookgroup I belong to, and it was actually better than I expected. Am always a bit worried when a book is written by an interfaith minister but the ideas expressed came quite close to my ideas about faith. The book was very clearly written, and followed the life of the writer through the messages she got and interpreted. I would have prefered a bit more of practical ways how to help the reader on the way to their own discovery, but as autobiographic story it did what it promised to do. Perhaps I would have gotten more out of this book had I been reading it while my health would have been ok, or if I would have started out with the first book by Patricia Brooks where she explains the messages from the animals. All in all I would certainly recommend this book to friends who want to get a new view on their life.
notrow1 More than 1 year ago
A friend of mine recommended this book to me, but I was a little bit skeptical about it, as it is not my usual choice of genre. However, I decided to give this book a try. I am glad I did, because I really enjoyed it. I was riveted from the first page.  I do not see myself as an especially religious person, but I try to keep an open mind about all religions. I have come to the realisation that I am more of a spiritual believer than I had previously thought. Reading this book has opened my eyes to this. I am not a huge fan of memoirs or even books about religion and spirituality, but this book somehow spoke to my inner being. This book is one woman's journey to find spiritual enlightenment to God using various methods such as prayer, meditation, past life regression and mixtures of East and West religious practices. Her journey is truly inspirational. In a way, her journey has made me realise that things do happen for a reason. I was faced with a life altering decision earlier this year to leave my full time job and pursue my dream of working for myself as an editor and proofreader. I kept having a prodding feeling towards this and, once I finally did put in my notice, the total feeling of rightness that flooded me was freeing. I don't know if this was God's (or the angels') way of saying "go for it", or if the universe was doing the same. However, having read this book, I have come to the conclusion that perhaps there is a higher power (call it whatever you will, depending on your religious belief (or lack thereof)) watching us all, directing people who are willing to listen towards the paths they should be on. I am not sure if I believe in fate or destiny, but I am grateful to my friend for recommending this book to me. Patricia Brooks's story is an inspirational tale. Her journey to find her Higher Self has made me want to do the same. I am not sure that my journey will be any easier than hers, but one can only hope that once the journey is over, my life will be richer (spiritually) than it is now. I highly recommend this book as a MUST READ, no matter what religious beliefs you may or may not have. - Lynn Worton