"Yes, individuals matter to God."
Wow, such a simple statement but empowering one at the same time.
To be fair, I want to say upfront, this post would have happened even if the book wasn't being reviewed by me. "Ask Me Anything, Lord" by Heather C. King is not the book I expected it to be... I am so grateful for that. There has been one problem though while reading it.
This reviewer wants to soak up each word. The problem comes when we need to write a review for a book in a timely manner. See my dilemma? :-)
Heather's writing draws me in. I find myself not wanting to miss one iota of what she is sharing.
Here is another snippet of what I read this morning concerning 'individuals mattering to God':
"is why He (God) framed the Bible the way He did. It tells of God's activity among humanity through the stories of people---broken, messed up, sinning people--- just like you and me...As we learn about these people, we ultimately learn about God."
This is so freeing and wonderful. Who wouldn't want to sit here for a day or two and meditate and ponder on just these words. Hence, where my issue of a timely review comes into play.
Here is the nitty-gritty, thus far, on "Ask Me Anything Lord" by Heather C. King:
~ I am about 50% finished with the book.
~ Loving the book
~Plan on finishing the book
~Writing review now because review should be done in timely manner
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