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The Way of Gabriel by Gabriel of Lebanon is a visionary book that invites readers to rediscover who they truly are — sons and daughters of God, loved and redeemed. The book inspires and motivates readers to seek the light of the Divine, and to open the petals of their souls to the invigorating love and wisdom of God. It proposes a way of life that is God-centered and that embraces the values of a deeply spiritual person. In this book, the author shares powerful visions and in them he describes — at times in a cryptic style — what it means to follow the path revealed through Christ. The reader encounters biblical figures as he is led into the mysteries.
But what does it mean to follow this path of newness of life? The author identifies nine qualities that allow inner transformation and enable the creature to become one with their creator: honor the word of God, honor His gifts, seek knowledge, renounce sin and vice, have compassion for the repentant, hold all life sacred, seek to grow personally, embrace all truth, and trade the fruits of one’s labor. This is a book with a powerful and beautiful message, a form of allegory of life, but it is a book that shares meaningful spiritual insights and the author’s symbolic encounter with God. It is written in a reader friendly style and the language is filled with symbolism. There is a strong spiritual atmosphere that one feels when they navigate the pages of The Way of Gabriel, and it is difficult to read this book without experiencing those stirrings in the heart, the hunger for something higher than the world can reveal.