The in depth study of those is pain seemed to drag on and on... this was both the best and worst part of this book. The necessity to understand the pain demands spending time with the characters in pain. At times it was challenging to focus.
Yes. This book is filled with great wisdom.
Showing Peter's willingness to get out of the boat as a triumph is a fresh perspective that the typical concentration on his failure.
Affirmation for intellectual Christians. Slow and a little too flowery in parts, but recommended.
Genuineness of the authors youth.
Most: Reinforcement of our need for Christ - for salvation and everyday life.
It was great having the author reading. He is clearly passionate about this subject - but handles it like a good counselor should.
Live life against the backdrop of eternity.
There are few lists and methodologies he provides. I will need to get a hardcopy to make use of them
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