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Book Excerpts:

SpiritSite.com is pleased to offer excerpts from the following books.  You may click on a book's cover to begin, or on the links below:

Selections from Conversations with God (Book One):

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four

Selections from Friendship with God:

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four

You may also read the following brief interview with Neale Donald Walsch:

Penguin Putnam Interview

Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is the author of the New York Times best-selling Conversations with God books.  Having reached a low point in his life several years ago, Mr. Walsch began writing letters to God, and was amazed at the replies that filled his mind.  Over three years of writing down the thoughts that came to him, Mr. Walsch composed a profound and inspiring set of books.  

Conversations with God (Book One)

Neale Donald Walsch's conversation with God began in 1992, when he was struggling financially and both his health and relationships were suffering. Out of frustration, he composed an angry, passionate letter to God demanding to know why his life was in such turmoil. When he finished, he was moved to continue writing as God answered back. Conversations with God (review or buy) addresses the real life issues we all face at work, at home, and out in the world, as well as the larger questions of the nature of God and God's relationship to man.

Friendship with God

Friendship with God (review or buy) continues Neale Donald Walsch's dialogues with God.  In this book, Mr. Walsch shares with the reader a picture of his religious background -- one that was filled with views of God as angry, threatening, and dangerous.  Through his intimate and personal conversations with God, Mr. Walsch ultimately came to know God as a friend rather than a threat.  In the book, he points out that for all of us, a conversation with God is the first step (as with any relationship) in establishing trust and creating communion.