Now, in the quiet night hours, I took up the booklet from Adrian, called My Beloved, and continued reading the book where I had left it the previous night.
When I got to the section on the Father, describing the Father of Love, some more of the precious rays of the new light came shining out from the pages of the booklet. WOW! I got up from bed (not to disturb my husband) and went to the lounge where I sat down to meditate on the new insights that flooded my soul. Is THIS the God that I serve? A God of love and mercy? Is He really willing to betroth me as a sinner – as a daughter of Adam - to His precious Son, so that I can become a child of the Ancient of Days??? So that I can take on the characteristics of the Father of Love?
I wish I could have had the ‘Comforter’ as a guide when I was 18 years old or even before I ever thought about getting married, then I would have made better choices. I would have made God my Comforter instead of looking for comfort in food, sexual relationships. I would recommend the ‘Comforter’ to any person from the age 18 and older, especially for the broken-hearted and those who did not had a stable childhood and God being the centre of their lives. This book is helping me with my relationship with God, our Father and His Son, Jesus Christ and in making better decisions in my lifestyle. I feel the writer has closed the gap in literature for non-Christians and Christian. I feel that this book is unique and will help non-Christians in finding a better relationship or understanding of God. Therefore I recommend this book to teachers, marriage-counselors, pastors, missionaries, lay-man and even phyciatrists and social workers. – E. Cooper, Cape Town, RSA