Have you heard the Call? Have others begun to show up and insist that you listen to them? Do people have something they feel they can share only with you? If so, the Lord may be calling you to help them through the Psalms with "Holy Listening." People are not healed by talking. They are healed by being heard. A "God-Parented Soul" draws to itself wounded Soul Friends and Spiritual Companions as we learned in The God-Parented Soul I. In Volume II we realize that those who live by The Word of God open their Souls, and those who need to be saved, healed, or helped to grow spiritually are drawn to them. This book, by Iris Pearce, one of the founders of the School of Spirituality for the Dioceses of Dallas and Fort Worth, reveals how in this "Illuminative State or Level of Spiritual Growth the Holy Spirit sends those in need to those who can rescue them spiritually. In the study of the Psalms we explore three levels by which the Lord speaks to us. God speaks to the needs of the True Self and at the first, the Purgative Level of spiritual growth we all are in need of being God-Parented. Our parents did what they could, but we need to learn the "Way of the Lord" in order to return home. This second volume covers how in the second stage, the Illuminative Stage of spiritual growth, the Soul has to move from belief in God to trust in God and then to "rest in God." To rest in God means we do all we can, but we leave the results to Him. This book explains how we can use the Psalms to be guided into whatever healing, spiritual growth, or transformation through Christ is needed to unite us to God. While we are all "fallen, finite, and generally fouled up," we were not left "orphans" by God. With His unconditional, indestructible love for His children, He has provided the tools needed as they seek to triumph or endure in this world. Explore how you can "Go Forth in Christ, Who gives us the Victory " On the cover: Reading Holy Scripture is "Ben," Benjamin Shorr, son of Jeremy and Cecilia Shorr. From left to right are Jeremy and Cecilia's children: Sarah Elizabeth, Charlotte Rose, Ben, and Freda Clemontine.