How I Fell in Love with God: Part 2 (video)
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|This is part 2 of the 2-part series, How I Fell in Love with God:|
part 1 | part 2
Total length: 18:17
(Parts all share the same title)
Poster: AdiDaUpClose Post Date: September 18, 2011
||Tom Williams, a former Presbyterian minister and longtime devotee of Avatar Adi Da, tells the story of how he "fell in love with God". He describes how he moved from an ordinary childhood, to study for the ministry, to despair that his faith and his service had failed to deepen his relationship to God. In a personal crisis, he became a pastoral counselor and then a marriage and family counselor — before finally finding the books of Avatar Adi Da and at last receiving the gift of sighting his Heart-Master at the "Love of the God-Man" celebration in northern California in 1984.
Length: 09:09 Views: 675 Views This Month: 26 Views This Week: 7
Event Speaker: Tom Williams
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