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Keith Wayne Phillips is a singer/songwriter plus published author of Christian and Catholic books and CD's. His booklet "Praises, Prayers and Petitions" has been published (September 2013) by the Catholic Truth Society in London, England and is listed throughout the world on various bookseller sites. He has self published four other books under the publisher name of Quo Vadis Publishing. 
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The ebook called Truth Is What We Are Seeking-(published in book form in  2013) and was written under the inspiration of St. John of the Cross by using the lines from a poem/song that the author had previously written before his conversion to the Roman Catholic Faith, and then contemplating what each line might mean, given the authors' new found Faith. The book describes a journey of Faith from the initial Calling, to a Commitment, to the everyday challenge of Working on the Virtues. This book also has received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur from the Archbishop of Vancouver, Canada. It is suitable for all Christians, or in fact anyone,to read if they are seeking new inspiration as to what is really important in our lives.

The ebook called Meditations on the Parables and Miracles of Our Lord Jesus Christ -(published in book form in 2013) was written over a three year period while in sessions of Adoration before the Most Blessed Sacrament. Presented in an easy to read and orderly format, this book first summarizes each Parable and Miracle and then provides some brief comments on each one. This book has received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur from the Archbishop of Vancouver, Canada

The ebook called Gentle Dreams And Simple Truths- (published in book form April 2015) is a collection of songs that the author has written over the past 40 years, starting at the age of 16. These songs explore the themes of Life and Love and note the age of the author when they were written, thus providing a case study of the various themes that have entered his conscience as his life moved on.

The ebook called 21 Commands of Jesus- is a small booklet published in July 2015 that summarizes  21 of the Commands of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew and then provides reflections on practical ways to live by them in day to day life.
 
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Gentle Dreams and Simple Truths-Annotated Version

By: Keith Wayne Phillips

This is an annotated version of an earlier publication. - Universal themes explored through 40 years of songwriting.

Take me through confessions, of holding dreams inside I can see the reasons now, swallowing my pride. Take me down a winding road where the sun refuses to shine, And I will show you dreams I've had in the shadows of truth in my mind.

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21 Commands of Jesus

By: Keith Wayne Phillips

This small booklet summarizes 21 of the Commands of Jesus from Matthew and offers some brief comments on practical ways to live them in our day to day lives.

5) “…do not worry about your life..”-Matt. 6,25 “what you will eat (or drink), or about your body; what you will wear. Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing?...can any of you by worrying add a single moment to your life span?...Your Heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be given you besides. Do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself. Suffi...

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Gentle Dreams and Simple Truths

By: Keith Wayne Phillips

These songs can be read as poetry as the reader sees the changes that the writer goes through as he ages and what themes have entered into his conscience.

The following is an excerpt from the title song that illustrates this. "Take me by my fortunes Show me right from wrong Make me dance a waltzing step Following my songs Spinning 'round my weary eyes Can only see what's inside Gentle Dreams and Simple Truths That time has taught me to hide." Songs by Keith Wayne Phillips

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Meditations on the Parables and Miracles of Our Lord Jesus Christ

By: Keith Wayne Phillips

This book was written over a three year period while in sessions of Adoration before the Most Blessed Sacrament. I first read and then summarized each Parable, or Miracle, and then added some brief comments concerning each one. Presented in an easy to read and orderly format, this book covers sixty-six events listed as either a Parable or a Miracle in my New American Bible (1986). I have written what has come to me while in Adoration. I have made no research, or st...

-The seed, of course is the Word, Jesus Christ, sent by the Father. This seed was sown in each of our hearts –it is part of us-but it can be stolen away by the devil. We can also reject the Word when persecution or hardship comes because of our belief in Jesus. It becomes too much trouble and we can be lured into taking an easier path. -We can also lose our faith and trust in Jesus and begin to think that we must create our own salvation through riches and distractions. ...

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Truth Is What We Are Seeking

By: Keith Wayne Phillips

Using the inspiration of St. John of the Cross, the author uses a poem/song that he had written prior to his conversion to Roman Catholicism and then contemplates what each line might mean given his new found faith.

"Love, or Charity is one of the key virtues of our faith. We should be praying each day that the light of Jesus may shine through us as we deal with the people that we encounter each day." "We must spend our days preparing our souls, and those of others, for eternity with God in Heaven. There is no other purpose, and therefore,for every task that we are asked to do in our daily lives, we must measure that task against this purpose."

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