Return to Me; God’s Heart Cry was written to enable us to become more intimate with God and have a closer relationship with Him. To develop closer bonds and better understand who God is. It is not about a religion, but about a relationship you can develop over time.
Return to Me; God’s Heart Cry is written in a straight forward, everyday conversational style. You don’t have to have a 180 IQ to understand what is written. All that is required of you is to have an open and adventurous mind.
Return to Me; God’s Heart Cry starts off introducing the prophets, their experiences and messages. It is written in an interactive style that through your imagine allows you to experience what they have and by a series of questions brings their world into yours.
Next, Return to Me; God's Heart Cry turns to our beginning and our reconciliation. It takes us back to the very beginning where it all started. It shows us how our disconnection from God entered the world and puts you in the garden for you to be the judge of the events. It allows you to experience the events of the past so you can come forward with a fresh and renewed prospective on the future.
Return to Me; God's Heart Cry then turns inward to look at our heart and conscience. This is the tricky part. It is in our heart and in our conscience that we hold all of those experiences that have made each of us unique. It is in those parts that we have built our walls and forts that we think protect us from being hurt, but it is in those places we hide from God and keep Him out. Return to Me; God’s Heart Cry helps identify those areas where we have shut God out and helps walk us through those doors previously shut.
Lastly, the conclusion pulls it all together to help you to transform your relationship with God.