Yearning for the Living God ... by F. Enzio Busche



If you don't, we may no longer be friends.

Not that the book taught me that. It would never teach such a ridiculous thing.

But you.must.read.it. It is beyond amazing.

F. Enzio Busche, an emeritus member of the First Quorum of the Seventy, was born in Germany in 1930, three years before Hitler's rise to power. Fifteen years later, when World War II ended, Enzio was a prisoner of war, having been drafted into the German army at age fourteen. The war left Enzio with many questions: Is there a God? What is the purpose of life? What happens after death? In time, he learned the answers. "Yearning for the Living God" is a collection of Elder Busche's experiences - both before and after his conversion - and an account of the life-changing awakening that can come to all who search for truth in this world.

When I finished reading this book I yearned more for the living God. I am actually re-reading it right now. I might talk about this book more later.


Grade: A +++

Recommendation: You.must.read.this.book. You must!

1 comment:

Erica said...

I added it to my to-read list on goodreads. Thanks for the suggestion.

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