Today’s review is on Ordering Our Days in His Peace: An Introduction to the Christian Church Year by LCMS Pastor H. R. Curtis. It’s something of a follow up from my review post here from last week. (This is probably the format I’ll use when I actually post the reviews to Amazon & GoodReads after I wrap up with the third.)
Represent. The word. We have connotations about it, right? Perhaps the main point being that representation implies the person being represented is actually absent. Are you following this? Well, reconsider represent & re-present.
Ok. I have a number of similar reviews coming up. Basically, they’re books I’ve been wanting for my kids and happily received for Christmas. 🙂 First in line is Behold the Lamb: An Introduction to the Signs and Symbols of the Church by LCMS Deaconess and Editor Pam Nielsen.
I think it can be a very good thing to strive to be above reproach. Seriously. Now, I frequently fail. In no uncertain terms, I am not above reproach. What struck me today is that that may well include my reading selections.
Ladies and gentlemen, today’s post will be short and sweet. I’ve just really been struck by how reading a good book can linger. 🙂 I thought I’d point that out as something we can aspire to and give thanks for.
CPH has just provided a very timely service. 🙂 I’ve been wanting to find a chronological ordering of Scripture for the next time I read through. Not only has CPH arranged for that, but they are offering 5 free Bible Reading plans, some covering all of Scripture with others being directed readings!