Nick Cominsky’s spiritual life is running on empty. With his passion diluted by religious routine and the sapping circumstances of everyday life, he longs to reconnect with God, but following the standard spiritual prescriptions just isn’t working. Since when did loving God become such an overwhelming, tedious task?
After meeting Jesus in person under amazing circumstances six years ago, Nick figured life would be smooth sailing, not coasting downhill. Why didn’t Jesus tell him how to make the Christian life work? Just when Nick is stopped dead in his tracks - stranded on the side of the highway with an empty gas tank and miles to go - he finds himself in rich company once more. Jesus has returned to give Nick the refueling he desperately needs. And like their first meeting, it’s not at all what he expects. “You must know, in the depths of your being, how deeply you are loved.” On a highway of unusual adventures, Nick finds that a Night with a Perfect Stranger might be just what he needs to make it back home.
©2012 David Gregory (P)2012 Oasis
Recent graduate New York Institute of Photography. Love SciFi and mystery.
Perfect, perfect, perfect.
A seamless progressions from the first two books in the trilogy. It just made sense from where it was to where It picked up and ended.
Jay was AWESOME as always. Not only in the book trilogy, but also in the three films (soon to be four and don't expect anything less), and the miniseries of seven parables. David Gregory has put together the Perfect message.
Perfect from the start, but it takes a Perfect Stranger to keep you on the right road.
My only regret is that this is the end of the trilogy. I'm hoping that the author continues to give us stories that include Jay and his interaction with people today.
One of the best and most helpful books I've ever read. David Gregory is a masterful story teller, and Grover Gardner's performance is the perfect compliment to the author's work.
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