For as long as I can remember I’ve eaten a bowl of cereal for breakfast. Upon cross examination this seems like all too familiar a routine. Throughout the day the idea of cereal for breakfast doesn’t even enter my mind. But in the morning, when my stomach is growling, it’s the only thing I can think about.
Is their someone in your life like that? All to familiar and forgotten until they’re desperately needed.
Heavy winter snowfall creates unique challenges for a small short-legged dog. This does not dampen his enthusiasm however. After donning his favorite sweater, Brody begs to venture out. My snowblower creates a path, allowing him to happily bound along scooping up the icy moisture with his tongue.
The List, by Buck Storm and Bill Perkins is one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. The novel falls into the Christian fiction genre and captures the essence of what life must have been like in Israel under Roman occupation at the time of Christ.
The storyline follows the lives of Joseph of Arimathea (a Saducee) and Nicodemus (a Pharisee), both of whom were part of the Jewish religious council called the Sanhedrin. The unlikely pair become friends and secretly set out to prove/disprove that Jesus of Nazareth is the promised Messiah. They accomplish this by creating a list of prophecies Messiah must fulfill.
My favorite part of the book was how the authors managed to capture the tension between the people’s love for Jesus and the religious leader’s loathing of him. A must read for people of faith. I was excited to learn there will be a sequel.