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God On A Harley: A Spiritual Fable

God On A Harley: A Spiritual Fable

Written by Joan Brady

Narrated by Margaret Colin


God On A Harley: A Spiritual Fable

Written by Joan Brady

Narrated by Margaret Colin

ratings:
4/5 (12 ratings)
Length:
3 hours
Released:
Sep 1, 1995
ISBN:
9780743547857
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Audiobook

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Description

An unabridged recording of a one-of-a-kind modern fable!

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The man was gorgeous, sitting astride his Harley Davidson, mysteriously parked on a moonlit strip of sand. At thirty-seven, Christine Moore had a world-class case of burnout: career blues, no husband, no children, an imperfect figure, and dimming expectations. "I'm going to show you a peace so beautiful, you'll probably forget what your life has been like up until now," he said. Who was this guy? "My friends call me Joe. Others call me 'God' or 'Higher Power.' You can call me whatever you're most comfortable with." Right.

But he knows everything about her, every one of her heart's desires. A sweet serenity settles over Christine. And so the journey begins, a triumphant odyssey of self-discovery that illuminates our souls. As we join one woman's inspiring quest for healing and life-changing truths, we discover six powerful precepts that offer the deepest peace and fulfillment we can ever know. Every woman longing to experience the joy of loving and of respecting her true self will find comfort, guidance and hope in the simple, profound secrets to an enlightened and enriched new life that Christine learns.

In the life-affirming tradition of The Celestine Prophecy, God on a Harley lights the way to a much-needed spiritual home.
Released:
Sep 1, 1995
ISBN:
9780743547857
Format:
Audiobook

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About the author

Joan Brady is a freelance writer, a registered nurse, and a former lifeguard. She lives in California and is the author of several books, including God on a Harley.


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  • (4/5)
    What a good inspiration novel with a message. The author has a unique way of introducing people to God and his true love for us. Someone may read this novel, where they may not read a "Christian" book. I found it very entertaining. It was funny it parts and sad in others. It was a short read, I read it an afternoon.
  • (3/5)
    First, I have to say unless you have an open mind about who God is this book will drive you nuts. I have friends who would be so offended by this book's portrayal of God that they probably couldn't have finished it. They are good people with a strong faith but are pretty close minded about the possibility of God being something other than what the bible says. This book makes him seem like a pretty loosey goosey laid back sort....the opposite of what the the bible portrays. I have a much more open mind about who God is...but hitched a little on a couple parts (like where God was like, eh...I make mistakes too). I have problems that this smart female character would not have like 10 millions questions for God...I mean seriously...if we are to believe God came into her life for the sake of her story...we might expect her to have a few more questions....The print is large---think reader's digest large print style and not very long...so this makes for a pretty quick read. It didn't change my life but it did give me some things to think about. The message is good and the book is short and sweet so I recommend reading it if you have an open mind about your faith. It isn't profound...but it's worth your time.
  • (5/5)
    God on a Harley by Joan BradyChristine Moore, a surgical trauma nurse nearing burn out, returns to New Jersey and to her long ago job. Believing that she has finally gotten over a bad relationship with one of the staff doctors, she braves running into him again. After the fateful encounter, Christine decides to go out for a drink and runs into Joe. Joe is only there to help her understand how to best live her life. For Christine, there are only 6 commandments and she seems to be a very quick learner.Very inspirational, not in a religious way that the title might imply. Everyone needs someone who believes in them and their right to be happy and content with their life. The life lessons in this book can be applied to anyone while the ideas, concepts and hopes can be a part of everyone. Joe gives another option for believing in God. This book encourages and enlightens without preaching with simple and light humor. This is a small book, a very quick and easy read with long lasting effects to anyone who takes it to heart.For some, the definition of 5 star rating is if you would re-read a book...... I re-read this book every summer.
  • (5/5)
    A simple, swift read, but full of smart ways to live your life fully. You can see yourself in the examples.
  • (1/5)
    Oh, Oh. Another book about the magic sky fairy. Seriously people, wake up already.