Our enemy stands night and day accusing us before God. And he’s right, we are usually guilty. However, there are two words for which I am so thankful; two words to nullify every one of his attacks.
In her lovely book The Silent Noisy Night, author Jill Roman Lord touches the inquisitor in all of us as she explores the idea that Jesus was born on a not-so-silent night after all!
Every day I watch Brynna, my daughter, sit and read books to the littler girl she finds in the mirror. Though she is eleven years old, she is functionally still a toddler and is non-verbal for the most part. She doesn’t play like other children play, she doesn’t run, she doesn’t play tag, but she absolutely loves her books.
When I graduated from High School my mom gave me a book. She wasn’t the first mom to do so, and she wont be the last. It’s sort of become a tradition, a standard gift to give a young lad or lass about to begin their journey into a sometimes dark and dangerous world. The book wasn’t about winning friends or influencing people, it wasn’t about making money, or achieving fame. It was a little book by Dr. Suess called “Oh the Places You’ll Go.”
I would like to take a few moments to thank everyone who took time from their day to Like, Share, and comment on our posts today regarding our book, The Crucible’s Fire. I really don’t have the words, and if you know me, that is really rare. As of right now we have climbed to #24,982 on Amazon’s Best Seller List. I don’t even know what that means really, other than we were somewhere around 350,000 yesterday.
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It’s LAUNCH DAY and we want this to be a HUGE release. Head on over to Amazon right now and pick up your copy. If you have read it already, please leave a review, it will really help us on rankings. Thank you for all those who have shared and helped to promote this book. I pray it touches lives and brings hope and encouragement.