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FaithWords Angry Conversations with God: A Snarky but Authentic Spiritual Memoir

Comedian, writer and actor Susan E. Isaacs hit bottom at age forty and decided the only thing to do was to take God to couples counseling. The result is Angry Conversations with God, her raw, poignant and hilarious spiritual memoir. Confronting issues like sexuality, eating disorders, alcoholism and vocation, Isaacs doesn't shy away from her struggles, but shares them with honesty and courage. Angry Conversations with God will have you cheering Isaacs through her rollercoaster of ups and downs on the path of healing and faith.
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A very honest spiritual memoir

Date:December 25, 2013
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Location:Oak Harbor, WA
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This is not a neat and tidy spiritual memoir. For decades, Isaacs had an antagonistic relationship with God. Life wasn't going the way she wanted. She couldn't understand why God would be doing this to her. She is very open and honest in her frustration with God. Some Christians may be surprised by her language. I thought the sames kinds of things myself, however. I've just never had the nerve to write it down. Isaacs continues to pursue God, trying church after church. They all seemed to drive her crazy. She writes of her struggles with sex and her many failures. In the end she finds the God with Whom she was so angry. He hadn't changed. She had.
This is a great memoir of honesty in her spiritual life. Even if you have not struggled with being angry at God, reading this book will help you understand those that do.
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