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The Shack - by; William Young

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Morning Bear
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Post by Morning Bear » May 10, 2009, 4:03 pm

This is an intriguing short novel that covers the life of a man who has known hostility and overcome it, and is being a good father to his children and a good husband to his wife - and suddenly a tragedy occurs.
In an effort to reach him - God invites him back to the "Shack" in the mountains where the event that brought on "The Great Sadness" in his life occurred.
This is the place where many events concerning God take place and change Mack's life in remarkable ways.
If you enjoy spiritual enlightenment, I would highly recommend reading this book.
The Shack, by William Young

Peace, love, joy, and Blessings,
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For me to believe in you doesn't require that you believe in me,...it only simply requires that you know and thus become all that you are meant to be. MB

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Post by lupinelinda » September 13, 2010, 7:19 pm

Just finished reading this...Loved it!

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Post by catchasunset » April 5, 2017, 2:04 pm

Love this book and just recently saw the movie.
The movie was good but I prefer the book.
I try to pass this book to people I care deeply about. I will always cherish it and it will always be in my library.

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We are each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another.

~Luciano de Crescenzo~

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