What Books Are You Currently Reading?
February 27, 2023
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Books make the best companions! What books are you currently reading? What books are you hoping to read?
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The Benedict Option by Rod Dreher
"Everything Sad Is Untrue: (a true story)" by Daniel Nayeri (narrated by the author, if you get the audiobook which I highly recommend).
The Periodic Table by Primo Levi, just finished Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus.
I have too many on the go at one time LOL.
1. The Wisdom of the Saints - 365 days of inspiration. This is Wisdom overload, but worth reading to remind us of the teachings of Jesus through the Saints.
2. Get Up Off Your Knees: Preaching the U2 Catalog - I'm on my 5th read it is very inspirational...hmmm Saint Bono?? :-) If your church is having difficulties incorporating "modern" music into their worship - here is a great start! Pastors will love the book because your sermons are already written :-)
3. Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon's Journey into the Afterlife - having had my own experiences with the journey, I was mentioning my experiences to someone, and they said "oh you've read the book". Truth is no I hadn't. There are many similarities that I experienced - especially the sense of Peace and lack of Time - Time did not exist, a strange concept for humans, especially Physicists as Time is instrumental in our thinking of the Universe. Each time I went, I was given prophecies, and each time all of them have come true - and one is in progress right now.
I always love to read what others are reading and also what music are we listening to for inspiration. I just finished listening to Five Men Electrical Band "Signs"
And the sign said
Come in, kneel down and pray"
But when they passed around the plate at the end of it all
I didn't have a penny to pay
So I got me a pen and a paper
And I made up my own little sign
I said, "Thank you, Lord, for thinkin' 'bout me
I'm alive and doin' fine"
The January 6th Report, by the Select Congressional Committee
Loren Cunningham, The Book that Transforms Nations
Neil deGrasse Tyson, Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization
SM Houghton (ed.), George Whitefield’s Journals
Not In It To Win It: Why Choosing Sides Sidelines the Church, by Andy Stanley
Help Is Here, by Max Lucado
Christians and Politics: Uneasy Partners, by Philip Yancey
Surprised by Hope, By N.T. Wright (reading again)
Recovering Communion in a Violent World, by Grundy.
Everybody, by Olivia Laing.
Heart to Heart: a Conversation on Love and Hope for Our precious Planet, the Dalai Lama and Patrick McDonnell.
Jesus Land: A Memoir by Julia Scheeres
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