I cannot think of a better book to leave as one of Brennan Manning’s final works than “The Prodigal”. Laced with the most practical workings out of many of the things Manning wrote and spoke about during his earthly life, “The Prodigal” bridges the gap between simple stories and the immense, vast, reckless grace of God that he experienced in his own life.
I laughed, I cried, and I empathized with each of the characters in this story, and it hardly felt as though I was reading a book at all. It was more like being a part of people’s lives and peering through a window into the hearts and souls of the characters. Do yourself a favor and read this book, engage with this story, and catch a glimpse of how amazing God’s grace can be.
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