God's Glorious Symphony

Rated 2.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Beautiful rendition of the connection between God and Nature. An expose' of God's interaction with animals and all living things in an ordinary setting of trees, wind, birds and other animals and how it may relate to humans. More
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About Patricia Norman Rachal

Patricia Norman Rachal has been writing since 1980. After becoming a Christian she started writing, with her first book an apologetic about Halloween and later poetry. Now her genre includes biography and fiction as well. All of her writings are inspirational from a Christian perspective. In the past few years she has written and edited books for others and loves doing both. Mrs. Rachal has won various poetry awards. She has business education, correspondence writing and English courses, and attended Word of Life School of Ministry. God and family are number one with her and nothing supersedes that importance. Her favorite things to do include Bible study and teaching, spending time with her grandchildren, sewing (especially doll clothes), needlework, reading, writing and ghost writing, and editing.

Patricia lives in the South with her husband of 41 years.


Review by: Fredric L. Rice on Jan. 21, 2018 :
Author "forgot" to include any evidence for these god constructs of hers.
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Review by: Andrew Bushard on June 7, 2015 :
Though I am not a Christian, I often feel the same way when I observe nature. A great way to praise the Creator. A great affirmation of God's blessing of nature.
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Review by: David Rice on March 1, 2014 :
This pamphlet is a testament to the laws of nature being able to awe and inspire someone into believing there are gods in nature: gods in clouds, gods in grass, gods in trees, gods in thunderstorms. It is more trite and vacuous than a Hallmark card.
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Review by: K. C. Boone, MSFE on June 10, 2013 :
Very colorful descriptives.
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