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The Richest Person In The World: A Modern-Day Parable

by Stan Toler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736920439, Hardcover)

This engaging, modern–day parable invites readers to experience an upbeat and balanced life. Readers will find important keys to discovering what truly matters most, strengthening relationships, and establishing healthy priorities.

Frazzled from his rocky marriage and mounting debt, Keith Waterman hops a plane and heads to Mac’s Place, a neighborhood coffee shop in Seattle:

Laughter greeted Keith. The sweet smell of coffee wafted over him, and he absorbed the ambiance of worn, wooden floors and the antique service bar. “It’s good to see you!” Joe exclaimed. Keith couldn’t stop his grin. “I flew in for some real coffee.” He settled onto his favorite bar stool. The fit was as good now as it had been three years ago. He relaxed and closed his eyes, savoring the moment.

Among old friends Keith opens his heart and discovers in their generosity and acceptance powerful truths about God’s love and provision.

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