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God Transforms Relationships by Graham F. Watts, Sr.

God Transforms Relationships

by Graham F. Watts, Sr.

Pages: 180

Dimensions: 6 x 9

  • RELIGION - Christian Life - General
  • RELIGION - Christian Life - Spiritual Growth
  • RELIGION - Biblical Studies - General

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781630505691

Price : $14.99

What does it mean to be godly?
Why does it matter?
A range of excellent statements exists if one is searching for definitions and descriptions. Moving beyond comments regarding being godly, is this characteristic recognizable to self and others beyond ambiguity? The author’s introspection on this topic led to the proposition that being godly comes with a practical dimension that is useful in interpersonal exchanges and it not only survives but even thrives in adverse environments and relationships. Because society runs on the interactions between people, and connections are the bedrock of either harmony or disharmony, the author, in this book, discusses the centrality of love in human relationships and advances the idea that God, who is the source of genuine love, is within reach of all to share His marvelous love with the people of this world. Why is this familiar story relevant today? Durable love, which is of divine origin, remains the singular, most valuable resource for the sustainability of productive and supportive relationships, which form the process matter of what humans aim to accomplish through varied interactions. It follows that reminding people about the abundant supply of God’s inexhaustible love epitomizes the notion of knowledge as power.

Graham F. Watts, Sr. is a reflective, contemplative, and future-oriented person. He enjoys quiet time, research, and community services to the disenfranchised and neglected members of society. His primary interest is human liberation. Core values that undergird Graham’s thinking and decision-making include justice, empowerment, love, participation, equity, and truth. None of these values has currency unless expressed in practical ways that yield benefits in interpersonal relationships. Therefore, Graham views life as an on-going opportunity for continuous growth and improvement of the inner-being. Robust participation in this intrapersonal change process is a prerequisite for contributing to wholesome societal change.

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