I want to congratulate one of my cherish friend, Don and her wife for the got married last January 24. I know your story so well that we poured it over at Starbucks years ago. Praying for all the best and blessings for a new phase of life you’re entering.
Anyways, here’s some quotes from the book I recently read. “The First Skyrider” by H. R. Hess is available at Reformation Lighting by clicking here. You can read my review of this book by following this link.
“But the greatest trial was of your own heart. So, I ask you one last time, Cairn son of Oran. Who are you serving?”
It’s been a cool, gloomy and sometimes rainy weather here that makes you want to lay in bed and be lazy all day. Speaking of being lazy, here are some quotes from this short book from Alistair Begg. If you want to buy this book, you can hit this link.
“The lazy individual will always be hungering for fulfilment, because, by virtue of his posture, he never experiences fulfilment. His desires are always there somewhere, but he never realises them; they never materialise. He has cravings that remain unfulfilled, and as a result he is restless.”
It’s a bit too early for Easter but it pays to prepare for that season. So The Good Book Company will be releasing this new book by Christian apologist, Rebecca McLaughlin. The launch date is on February 1 but I’ll share some quotes from the book to excite you and help you consider grabbing this book. If you set out to buy it, you can pre-order by clicking this link.
“The Christian message is that Jesus is the Son of God, that he died to take the punishment for the sins of any who will trust in him, that he rose from the dead, and that he welcomes all who will repent and believe to live with him forevermore. It’s not a story that can stop halfway. Christianity without the resurrection would be like Disney’s Frozen without Elsa. The resurrection isn’t a nice-to-have. It’s fundamental to the Christian package.”
Another year another reading journey reached its destination. In 2023 I look forward to reading, enjoying and growing for Christ through new books. As always my reading list is diverse. I have theology books, YA fiction, children’s book and comicbooks. So happy to share with you what’s in store on this coming new year.
Let this blog dump some Christmas spirit to you as that holiday approaches. Here are some quotes from the book I finished titled, The Weirdest Nativity authored by Andrew Sach and Jonathan Gemmel, published 10 Publishing. Get your copy by clicking this link.
“For those who change sides to follow Christ, the future is glorious. The devil is eventually destroyed. The world is made new. Tears are gone. We will live in a perfect world forever.”
It’s a stormy weekend here but I would like to share some quotes from a book I finished, I Have A Psychiatric Diagnosis, Edward T. Welch, published by New Growth Press. You can get your copy by clicking this link.
“If we are to become wise, we listen—to God and to others.“
Happy Wednesday! Here are some great quotes I would like to share from a book I finished, Anxious About Decisions, by Michael Gembola, published by New Growth Press. You can get your copy by clicking this link.
“How we navigate decisions is part of our spiritual lives because it is part of our calling as God’s stewards. But rather than waiting and listening deeply for whether God might want us to make one small decision or another, we will follow God best by regularly taking small risks—little acts of faith and trust—and stepping out and taking action in the world where he’s called us.”
Hello! Here are my favorite quotes from a Christian fantasy book I read, The Dark Star by H. R. Hess. But first I would like you to watch out for the interview of the author on this blog coming this October. For now, you can grab a copy of The Dark Star and pre-order The First Skyrider, published by Reformation Lightning.
“One of the vows of new riders is that they will forgive injury, rather than seeking vengeance. And if they have a serious claim to wrong, they will bring it to a senior rider, or to me. I want you to demonstrate that you are willing to keep this vow.”
Happy Monday! Here’s some great quotes I would like to share from a book I recently finished, Breathtaking Glory, by Tom Robson, published by 10 Publishing. You can get your copy, both physical and digital by following this link.
“…the eyes of faith reveal God’s victory, won for his glory by Jesus. Because of all that he’s done, we can trust that God’s goodness will triumph. That is gloriously good news.”
Good day! Here’s some great quotes I would like to share from a book I recently finished, The Biblical World of Gender, a collection of essays by today’s respected Bible scholars, edited by Celina Durgin and Dru Johnson, published by Cascade Books, an imprint of Wipf and Stock Publishers. You can get your copy, both physical and digital by following this link.
“In Israel’s world an individual’s legal status did not derive from an abstract universal notion of personhood but rather from an individual’s particular position within the household. As a result, the Bible betrays little if any awareness of individual human rights. Rather, the mutual obligations, duties, and claims that characterize the kinship circle are the focus. In our world, the individual is variously endowed with power and privilege to act in the individual’s self-interest.”— Sandra Richter