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Currently readingAbraham Lincoln's Daily Treasure: Moments of Faith with America's Favorite President (HB) by Thomas Freiling

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In May of 2011 you left a positive review on the book Heavenly Man and also a note on my negative review of the same book.
Thank you for being kind when you argued for your view...that the Heavenly Man was indeed humble.
Although I still do not completely agree with you, I was happy to hear your non-critical thoughts.
So often I see people angrily 'yelling' at each other on review pages.
Yet you were thoughtful and I appreciate it.
Hi John. I finished reading "The Heavenly Man". I gave it 5 stars.
Hi John. Thank you for sharing. I would have to say my favorite Christian authors are D. James Kennedy, Billy Graham, Charles H. Spurgeon, C.S Lewis and Hal Lindsey. I read several books from Coral Ridge Ministries in my early twenties that are not recorded in my Library. I wish I would of kept a list of them. I am like you John, I much prefer non-fiction. Always enjoy talking with you.

God Bless,

Scott B.
Hi John. I guess I started reading a lot when I graduated High School. When I got saved at age 19, I read a lot of books on Theology. After moving to Arizona in 1989 I started reading Louie L'amour and Zane Grey Books. I started reading History in my thirties. Every now and then when I was younger, my mom would give me a book to read. I enjoyed the books, but being a kid I did not read nearly enough. My mom and I are the readers of the family. My dad, brother and sister NEVER read. Zane Grey has a cabin in Northern Arizona. My wife and I went to go see it a while back. I talked for an hour or so with an old guy who worked there about Zane. My wife said I knew more about Zane than he did. I read a real good Biography about him. How old were you John when you discovered your love of books?
P.S My number one Book is the Bible!
Hi John. David McCullough is a great writer. I have read three of his books so far. I cannot get enough of history. I try to read a lot but it is never enough. I read two to four books a month. Working full time and going to the gym five days a week keeps me busy. Reading the Hardy boys is good light reading. I plan on rereading all 90 of L'amour's books as soon as I get caught up on some other reads. My top three Non-Fiction things I like to read about are the old west, North & South pole expeditions from the 1800 and early 1900's and Maritime history. When you get caught up, let me know what you think of 1776 & John Adams. It is great talking with you again. You and fuzzi have been an inspiration and blessing to me. I am looking forward to reading The Heavenly Man.

God Bless you.

Scott B.
Hi John. It is nice to hear from you. Thank you for reminding me about The Heavenly Man. As soon as I am done reading 1776, I will read it. I hope you are doing well. Have you read 1776 or John Adams by David McCullough? Washington and Adams were strong christians. Great books!

God Bless.
Thanks for the note. Yes. It was a bug going on for about an hour. It's fixed now. Apologies and thanks.

Hi John. I remember my Pastor saying age 21. I will ask him about it to see what he bases it on.

God Bless.
Thank you John. I will be back this week:)
Oh boy, how many books a week? Well, with school dominating every aspect in my life, as well as ODACS (which is a Christian competition nationally for Christian schools), it takes several weeks to finish ONE. Of course, I probably could get a lot more done if I didn't send my free time doing numerous things such as writing my own series, drawing, facebooking, etc. :) I've never actually read the Left Behind Series, although we recently put them in our school library. My friend has though, and I've seen them everywhere. Somewhere, they're on my reading list, but as we both know, that's not saying much. :)
I totally understand when you say you'd LIKE to read all those books, but it's not going to happen. :) Lucky for me though, I've just finished one in the last minute! Hurray!
I must have deleted my previous comment, because I can't find it. Oh well. Thanks for the comment post! No one ever comments, and I don't have any friends that are actually faithful in the Librarything. :) By the way, how on earth do you read 3,000 BOOKS??? School and everything slows me down, but even then I don't think I could read that much! :)
God bless you! The category is Religion and Spirituality. You will have to join the group to participate otherwise you can only read the posts.

The group's icon photo is that of a stream.

Let me know if this is enough information.

On a personal note, are you a Pastor?

Hi John. I agree with you 100% on the GOP candidates. I met Newt back in 05. I really like him but he did hurt himself in the past. I think the only one who has a chance is Mitt Romney. We need the independent votes. I agree Alan Keyes would run our country as a statesmen. Unfortunately, the independent's will decide the election. I would much rather have a conservative in office. I think Romney will be ok. He said he would repeal Obama care,shrink the deficit,and play hard ball with China. We need to keep praying!

God Bless you,

Thank you John for all your support and encouragement. Your words of wisdom are very refreshing and much needed.

God Bless,

Hi John. I must admit I should not of responded to him the way I did. I should of turned the other cheek. I will try not to let him get to me. Thanks John for your insight and wisdom.
Thank you John for the kind words. I started keeping track of the books I read in the Bible a few years ago. No matter how many times I read a book in the Bible, I learn something new. I am looking forward to interacting with you and Fuzzi. I only read the Old Testament once, except PSALMS and Proverbs, so its time to read it again.

Take care and God Bless.

How nice of you. Actually, I was here before, as Manyknits, but I couldn't remember my password, so now I'm Endpapers. Thanks for the welcome.
"By the way, did you ever get to talk to "criels" one on one and help her with her struggle with salvation (or the lack thereof)."

I did try, but he was not interested in hearing anything related to the Bible.

He knows my email, and that I am open for discussion if he changes his mind.

Perhaps he is just not ready. I pray someday he will be open to the truth.

BTW, thanks for your testimony, I enjoyed reading it!

I'm not a conservative so I haven't imposed myself on the thread, but I would like to respond, if I may, to your assertion regarding the Obama Administration and the Guantanamo Bay detention camp.

Many liberals (and I count myself as one) are very unhappy that the camp is still open and are critical of Obama not doing more to close it. There has been plenty of criticism in public forums. It is not hard to find, if you're curious. Here's a recent link I found in less than five seconds by using a Google search:

Obama has issued executive orders on the subject but he hasn't been able to get the funding to close the place down. But please note that I am not just blaming Congress. I think that Obama should lobby harder to get Congress and Americans to take responsibility for this camp. I am unhappy with Obama for not doing so, and I don't hesitate to say it.

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