In war-torn Egypt, a six-year-old girl struggles against certain death while isolated in a hospital for contagious diseases. Against all odds, this little girl, Lilly, miraculously survives with the help of a nun, her angel, and as their relationship deepens, a whole new world of spirituality is revealed to Lilly.
As she grows, marries, and matures, she becomes an instrument between the material and spiritual world. With the nun's help and through constant self-study, Lilly awakens from her hypnotic psychological sleep, and is able to tap into her higher self.
Although the book has the flavor of a novel, it is based on true facts and events. Its central theme is an astonishing discovery she came upon slowly-yet in the end definitively-that like her, many people have the ability to reach their higher selves. This capacity can be attained by anyone who makes a reasonable effort at developing it. Through her story, she explains how to become aware of the signals and information the higher self is sending. Many Are Called, Few Are Chosen is Lillian Williams' gift to humankind, a story of spirituality and self-discovery.