Conversation with God
About the Book
The Conversation with God is the compilation of my communication with God. I am bestowed with the gift to do so. I speak to God regularly and the Lord answers all my questions with no reservations. I am blessed by the Lord to reveal the truth from the prospective of God. This book is for those who truly believe in the Lord. Those unbelievers may not find it palatable and even useful. Many shall argue to discredit it but they cannot escape from the truth as narrated by the Lord himself. God has his own ways of reveals his works by choosing his own and I am blessed to be the person the Lord anointed to bring to light his true nature. Read this relevant book with open mind and don’t make conclusions until you read the last page. I have written what I was exposed to and whatever your read is not my imagination and has very little to do with me. It is purely the dictates of the Lord. No book has ever been revealing of the true nature of God before as the Conversation with God. I made every effort to discover the truth from the mouth of the Lord. Nothing in this book should be construed to mean as my own figment of imagination. It has nothing to do with me. Know also what Jesus did from age of twenty years. Also know the true identities of the Jews, Europeans, Arabs, Asians, and Africans from the annals of the Bible.
About the Author
I am an Eritrean by origin residing in Toronto as a citizen of Canada. Conversation with God is my seventh book and probably my last. I am a Catholic by religion but have various religious affiliations in my family. I learnt how to communicate with God since my childhood but only recently did I become so committed and knew the benefits of his guidance. I was always ostracized and condemned and even admitted to a mental hospital for merely saying that I spoke to God. I am a divorced father of three, two of whom are autistic kids and wonderful children. I came to Canada from Nigeria where I resided as a refugee for a total of fifteen years. I left Eritrea in 1975 to avoid the escalating war at the time and have never returned since then because of the brutal regime that controls the country.