Every Saint Has a Past, Every Sinner a Future: Seven Steps to the Spiritual and Material Riches of Life

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Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 348 pages
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From bestselling author Terry Cole-Whittaker, a message of hope, healing, and abundance for everyone who has experienced lack, loneliness, or dejection. The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller How to Have More in a Have-Not World now gives us her most passionate-and personal-book yet. In her trademark witty, straight-talking style, Terry Cole-Whittaker describes a step-by-step program for a life filled with all of God's goodness. In her new book, Cole-Whittaker reveals seven points of transformation that will profoundly influence the way we choose to live our lives. Cole-Whittaker has spent the last fifteen years studying the teachings and scriptures of the world's great religions and sitting in prayer and meditation with many master teachers, leaders, and saints. She returned from this experience with the vision of hope and the message of Divine love and prosperity found in this book. Every Saint Has a Past, Every Sinner a Future is also the author's personal story. A hugely successful minister with a television audience of millions worldwide, she left her ministry to further her spiritual quest. Cole-Whittaker's insights about that experience, her integrity, and her message will inspire readers to become the successful, happy people God has designed them to be.

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Chapter One Life Is a Treasure Hunt
Chapter Two How My Treasure Hunt for God Happiness
Chapter Three Step One Desire the Topmost

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About the author (2001)

Terry Cole-Whittaker, ordained in the United Church of Religious Science, led a ministry of twenty-five people to grow to a thriving worldwide television audience of millions in just a few short years. Recently she founded Innerfaith Ministries in Palm Springs, California.

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