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The Companion to The God Trilogy

God SPEAKS - daily meditations

Buddha, in the Dhammapada (The Path of Eternal Truth), is quoted as saying “As a deep lake is clear and calm, so the wise become tranquil after they listened to the truth.” In the New Testament, the King James Bible version, The Gospel According to Saint Mark, Chapter 4, Verse 9, Jesus is quoted as saying “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” Buddha and Jesus both asked their disciples to heed their teachings, to grow in Spirit. Spirit is like any muscle in the body. If you use it, it grows stronger. If you don’t use it, it atrophies. “GOD SPEAKS”, “The Companion to the God Trilogy” was written with the sole purpose of being a spiritual muscle builder. The book contains a spiritual teaching for each day of the year. To further aide you, each teaching will have a contemplative commentary accompanying it. As Lord Krishna imparts to Arjuna in The Bhagavad Gita (The Song of the Lord), Chapter 18, “Listen! tell thee for thy comfort this.”

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Buddha, in the Dhammapada (The Path of Eternal Truth), is quoted as saying “As a deep lake is clear and calm, so the wise become tranquil after they listened to the truth.” In the New Testament, the King James Bible version, The Gospel According to Saint Mark, Chapter 4, Verse 9, Jesus is quoted as saying “He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.” Buddha and Jesus both asked their disciples to heed their teachings, to grow in Spirit. Spirit is like any muscle in the body. If you use it, it grows stronger. If you don’t use it, it atrophies. “GOD SPEAKS”, “The Companion to the God Trilogy” was written with the sole purpose of being a spiritual muscle builder. The book contains a spiritual teaching for each day of the year. To further aide you, each teaching will have a contemplative commentary accompanying it. As Lord Krishna imparts to Arjuna in The Bhagavad Gita (The Song of the Lord), Chapter 18, “Listen! tell thee for thy comfort this.”