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  1. I have been wanting to share an author with you that I have started reading this year at the recommendation of a friend. T. Austin Sparks is my friend’s favorite author and he has become mine, too. All of his material can be found free of charge at Don’t let the fact that it is free mean that it is insignificant. Sparks’ works have been eye-opening and life changing. Many of his writings have to be read slowly and meditatively. My husband and I are currently reading “What is Man?”. There are many books and articles available on the website.

  2. Thank you for sharing! I have listened to the audible version of Days of Noah (highly recommended by my son) and Where the Crawdads Sing is one of my absolute favorites.

  3. I have been in the midst of Dr. Lloyd-Jones’ Sermon on the Mount and absolutely agree with you on the impact of his writing. I’m going very slow so I can absorb the information.

    1. Yay! Yes, I had to go very slow. So many of the chapters have been read and re-read and marked up and highlighted, especially each of the Beatitudes chapters… so good. I’m so thankful for the Doctor’s ministry!

  4. For poetry: My favorite poet is Billy Collins. My favorite book of poetry is “The Poets’ Corner: The One-And-Only Poetry Book for the Whole Family” by John Lithgow, the book usually comes with an audio CD, they are perfect together! If you want to learn more about poetry, I highly suggest a Yale Courses youTube lecture series “Modern Poetry with Langdon Hammer”
    Thank you for your book suggestions

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