Let the power of coincidence lead you to love. Like a jigsaw puzzle, each piece of your life leads to a completed picture God intends for you. Look at the big picture and believe that each "god wink" is a part of the perfect love God has in store for you and your soulmate. Mass paperback.
You are destined to have a soul mate. If you have faith in the outcome, the picture of love you have in your mind can be yours. So trust...and learn to read the godwinks.
Like a jigsaw puzzle in which you know that all the pieces will fit precisely together, the blueprint for your life was written with an exact-fitting piece just for you and your soul mate. Yes, within that jigsaw puzzle called "Your Life," there is a perfect love.
Sure, sometimes you feel as if all the pieces have been dumped out on the dining room table and there's no way to get them to fit together. We all do. That's why you must have confidence in the big picture. And that's why you must learn to read the godwinks...those remarkable little coincidences that happen to us all.
SQuire Rushnell is a popular speaker and New York Times bestselling author whose books have coined the term "Godwink," now in mainstream usage. Within more than one million books in print, SQuires Godwink stories are a popular monthly feature on the NBC Today Show. He also appears frequently on several national television programs including Fox News Channels Fox & Friends and recently was the cover story for CBS Sunday Morning. As a veteran ABC Television Network executive, he led Good Morning America to the number one spot and oversaw the acclaimed Schoolhouse Rock! series and the ABC Afterschool Specials. Programs under his direction have captured more than seventy-five Emmy Awards. For the 2017 season two Godwink movies are in pre-production for the Hallmark Channel.
Kathie Lee Gifford If life is indeed a giant jigsaw puzzle waiting to be completed, then we could all use a little help in putting it together. SQuire is the perfect "puzzle partner" for anyone seeking to make sense of a seemingly senseless situation. The book is warm and smart...just like Squire. Enjoy!