“Faith Food” was very filling.
I want to go back and do it as a study one day.
He gives a lot of scriptures.
“Life in the Word”
“Starting your Day Right”
“Ending your Day Right”
She’s good at just saying it!
If you haven’t read one of his books yet,
I highly suggest ya get on it!
Neil T. Anderson
“Who I am in Christ”
I’m almost finish, and I just started!
He also wrote the “Bondage Breaker”… quite a read.
“Daily Readings from Your Best Life Now”
College and Career book study a year or so ago.
Sweet and refreshing.
I want to read it again.
“My Utmost for His Highest”
One can keep reading it, year after year.
Also there is a WAY cute kid version called:
“Jesus Wants ALL of Me”
adapted and illustrated by Phil A. Smouse.
I suggest reading them at the same time.
My Mom stood and read the kid one all in one evening.
Any kid Bible is a great read and FUN!
Currently I’m reading a comic-book-like one:
“The Picture Bible,
The Timeless Stories of the Bible in Full Color”
Script by Iva Hoth
Illustrations by Andre Le Blanc
I look forward to my nightly readings.
A few years ago, I read “Blessings Everday” at work.
It’s a Tyndale kids, illustrated by Elena Kucharik.
Of course any book of the Bible will do: Psalms, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, etc.
Currently I’m over 1/2 way through:
M. Lucado’s “Grace for the Moment, Inspirational Thoughts for Each Day of the year”
Billy Graham’s “Hope for Each Day, Words of Wisdom and Faith
Still to go:
Elisabeth Elliot also writes GREAT books.
“More Than a Carpenter”
is a must read.
Pastor John at our church reads nightly out of a faith book:
“The Life of Faith”
by Mrs. C. Nuzum
Read it several years ago during Wednesday night book studies.
Kenneth Hagin encourages the re-reading of books that build you up in faith because it’s food for your spirit!