Thursday, February 20, 2014

Do You Have Any Favorite Christian Books?

I like to read a good book even though it cuts into my stitching time   : )   Although fictional books are fun every now & then, my very favorite books are those that teach me something.  I love the history of just about anything, & biographies are great too, but I really enjoy reading books that help me in my Christian walk.  Right now I'm reading The Red Sea Rules which I highly recommend.  I didn't care for the preface & wondered what I had gotten myself into as I was reading it,  but once I started in on the chapters, I felt as if I were a dry sponge absorbing water.  The author shares wonderful insights regarding what we can learn from the Israelites' Red Sea experience.
Do you have any favorite Christian books that you would like to recommend?  Other than the Bible, of course   : )

10 comments:

Vickie said...

I am currently reading My Heart's Cry by Anne Graham Lotz. I own this book. I got it from a woman at church. I have had it for years and am finally making the time to read it. It is good.

Kathy L. said...

I don't read alot of Christian books but I loved The Purpose Driven Life. It really motivated me.

I usually re-read it or his Purpose Driven Christmas

Kathy

Vonna, The Twisted Stitcher said...

Heaven is for Real - Todd Burpo
God Will Use This For Good - Max Lucado
both are wonderful!

Maggee said...

I haven't heard of that one, but I have MANY!! Right now I am in the middle of two books, "Living in Light of Eternity' by Stacy and Paula Rinehart which is delightful, autographed and a thrift store find! And also reading "Lion and Lamb, The Relentless Tenderness of Jesus' by Brennan Manning--ooh, so good! They take time, because I want to read them over and over and take notes, and savor it... I have a few devotionals I have been in also... but I better stop and just email you! I could go on and on... and I haven't even told you about my favorites! Hugs!

Pam in IL said...

I don't have any that I can recommend as I don't get much time to read books. I'm liking all the recommendations you're getting though. I like audiobooks so I can stitch at the same time I'm listening to a book.

DebbieSFL said...

Two Christian fiction books that are oldies, but wonderful: Not My Will and The Light in My Window by Francena H. Arnold. The second book is the sequel to the first. Love these books. Good clean fiction and powerful messages.

Annette-California said...

The Bible is the greatest christian book ever written I think but I've read all of CS Lewis "Chronicles of Narnia" does that count? And I did almost finish all of the bible, about 95%. love Annette

Anne said...

If I do read any Christian literature, they're usually about praying or fasting from the Holy Fathers or my prayer book. There is one though that I started to read and should finish. It's called "The Mountain of Silence: A search for Orthodox Spirituality" by Kyriacos C Markides. It's about how he followed one of Mount Athos's monks and the establishment of churches, convents and monasteries. It's beautifully written.

Hugs

Lumiruusu said...

I prefer the old books like CS.Lewis Chronicle of Narnia and all other his book too and Bunyans book about the Christan Way to heaven but I do notknow name of that book in English.I think many of Your reades know the book I mean... Sorry for my funny English and the bad graamar...

bonnie said...

i know you said you read some fiction,but the Left Behind series by Tim Lahaye and Jerry Jenkins are my all time faves,but i also like David Jeremiah as well