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The Voice of Divine Love is a non-fiction religious/spiritual work written by Arlene Dayrit. The author felt broken and wretched even though she was devout and dedicated to attending daily Mass. Despite the depth of her belief, she felt that God was angry with her. At a retreat, she learned to appreciate the God who has always loved her and to understand how, in His wisdom and knowledge of her future, any obstacles to her happiness are but temporary roadblocks to her ultimate well-being. Dayrit shares her beliefs and convictions about her loving Father in this series of prose passages which can be read aloud or in silence. Each passage builds on its predecessor and the work as a whole informs the reader on the vast and caring nature of God the Father.
Arlene Dayrit's non-fiction religious work, The Voice of Divine Love, is meant to be the voice of God whispering words of comfort, love and guidance, and, as I read her words, I pondered what a marvelous work this is for use in spiritual meditation. Her words flow beautifully and merge so well with the messages she seeks to convey. She includes Biblical references at times that seem to bolster the first person prose she's created, but such bolstering or support rarely seems necessary. This is an intensely personal and profound work that addresses so much and seeks to show that God is interested in every aspect of His children's lives, even the little things that happen on a day-to-day basis. He is there waiting to hear all the good things, the small disappointments, the hopes and dreams. The Voice of Divine Love is lovely and compelling, and very inspirational.