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Behold the Lamb of God: An Advent Narrative

by Russ Ramsey

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Wow. I will admit that sometimes (ok usually) I will judge a book by it's cover and the title of the book. For some strange reason I was not wrong with this one. Behold The Lamb of God is such a book that will inspire a reader to become better than what they are. It will inspire the reader to think about the reason behind the season. This is such a book that will allow a reader to remember, wonder, and wish that we could all just look over our shoulder and see God there. Well is people would stop look and listen he is always there is is just whether we want to see and listen to Him. That is our problem as humans. When we want something we want it now not tomorrow, not next week, not next year. We want it now. We as humans need to stop and think that everything and yes I mean everything will only happen in God's time not our time. Then sometimes we never get what we want. But then that is because God has deemed that we do not need it. This book is such a book that will allow the reader to stop and think and remember that we need to be patient and wait for God.

Please understand this is my opinion about the book and how I understood it. Also please remember that the book is based on the author's opinion on how he interprets the bible. Everyone interprets the bible a little differently. No one will truly understand everything there is to understand in and about the bible and God until God see fit to end the world. ( )
  kybunnies | Oct 19, 2014 |
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