Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Vacation Reading, part 3

On vacation a couple weeks back, I also read Lou Giglio's "I am not, but I know I AM." This is a great challenge to live a God-centered life. He has some great stuff about the our smallness in the light of the enormity of the universe. We are not. . . the center of the universe, but He is. There is also some helpful insights about the place of sabbath rest in learning to internalize "I am not," which relate to our study of sabbath rest from Matthew 12 a couple of months back. Our whole lives should proclaim. . . . "I am not, but I know I AM." AMEN!

Good devotional reading. I like the way the book's graphic layout reflected the theme. Who's read it?

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