Revealed at last: What God Wants!

We are going to share, today, the answer to the biggest question humankind has ever had; the most important question you could ever ask. We are going to reveal today…exactly what God wants. Yet we are not going to turn to theology to give us the answer–even though that is where most of humanity turns. Why will we not? It is simple. Theology has not been able to give us an answer that makes sense; an answer that works.

If theology was a physical science—biology, say, or physics—I believe that its data would long ago have been judged unreliable in producing consistent results, even after thousands of years. At the very least, that data would now be questioned.

Does humanity have the courage to question its own data about life and about God? Are humans brave enough to ponder the unaskable What if?

What if something very important that humans think they know about God is simply inaccurate? Would that change anything?

How much more will people allow themselves to endure before they begin looking for the underlying reason that the world is the way it is? And, of those people who say that a belief in God is powerful enough to be the cure for the world’s ills, how many are able to see that an inaccurate belief could be powerful enough to be the cause?

How about you? Where are you with all of this? Given the state of the world today, do you think this may be a good moment to consider some new thoughts about God, about life, and about each other?

How is your own life going? Are things just fine? Or are you meeting more challenges than, frankly, you’d like to be encountering in your relationships, in your career, in your day-to-day movement through life?

As you look at your life and as you look at the world around you, do you think you are seeing a reflection of What God Wants? If not, what do you think that God does want?

You may not be able to answer that question definitively–and that, of course, is part of the problem.  Yet in the Conversations with God dialogue a firm and clear answer was given us. So now it’s time to say it. Now it’s time to reveal the great truth about What God Wants. This could well be the most important information ever placed before the human race.

It has been placed there in the past, more than once, but the human race has not seemed to understand it. It is now going to be revealed so clearly, so plainly, in such a new and accessible way, that there can be no possibility of future misunderstanding. Below, just beneath this paragraph, is the answer to the question. Please scroll down to learn exactly What God Wants…





























You’ve just seen the answer to the most important question in human history.

What does God want?


Absolutely nothing at all.

Please think about this.

No, really. Don’t just plow ahead, impatient to see where this blog is going from here, or shut it down, convinced that it has nothing after all to say to you. Please. Just  stop for a moment.




Good. Now I’m going to ask you to quietly ponder what has just been said here. Close your eyes for a second, and contemplate this idea:

What does God want?


Absolutely nothing at all.




How does that feel to you? How does that thought feel when you try it on?

Does it produce an empty feeling? Does it produce anger? Does it produce simple agreement, as in “ho-hum, nothing new”? Does it confuse you? Does it make you happy?

How do you think the world at large would react if it turned out to be true? What, if anything, do you think would change?

(The answer to that last question might surprise you. We’re going to take a look at that in this space as our exploration continues…)


LoveBeing 12th July 2011 10:19 am

Dear Neale Donald Walsch: I concur abSOULutely! "God wants nothing". Then we should also want nothing. Since God is everything, especially Love, we have Love and we have God already and God has us and is the Love. There is no need for want when already have everything we have ever wanted or desired or, more importantly; need. We have all our needs met with God as love (God is Love) within us! Amen!

IshaRa 13th July 2011 7:57 am

Hello Neale, the answer just popped in from my inner knowing when I was reading the first part of your article. It seems so obvious and logical that it makes me wonder what the thousands of years of fuss have been about...people using the pretext of "what God wants" to push their own agendas I guess.

Perhaps if the pretext of "God made me do it" or "God wants you to do it" was removed, people would actually feel into the validity and implications of what they are being expected to condone/do and make up their own minds about it - in which case the world could be a very different place indeed :)


zorro 13th July 2011 8:15 pm

Let's for a moment forget the symantics about what "God wants", and, please, let's get to the crux of this. (For the love of God, Neale, we are close to a full Moon tonight, we can all go a little faster. Things have stepped up after the eclipses, if not before). Uptake can accelerate, Sir. So here is what you said in 1996:

"If, now, there is something you choose to experience in your life, do not "want" it—choose it" - Neale Donald Walsch, from his "Conversations with God, Book I, 1996".

Are God and man one? Does God choose or want? You are counseling man to choose, not want, in Book I, CWG. How about "Revealed at last what God Chooses". Oh, God doesn't choose, but we are to? No. "God chooses that You get to choose". "This idea has enormous implications".

Bingo, and BRILLIANT!

Thank you, Sir. You have done more as an author to change the "mass" consciousness/unconsciousness in respect to these things than anyone I can think of. I truly respect and love that! Blessings, Bear Hugs, and Warm Fuzzies...


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Neale Donald Walsch

Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Neale spent the majority of his life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his now famous conversation with God.


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