Tag, I’m it!

I’m tagging myself for a Book Meme from PalmTree Pundit, cuz it looks like fun.

The instructions: open the book you’re currently reading on page 161 and read the fifth sentence on the page.

I’ve got two books going at a fair clip and one that is sorely neglected as I try to read it during my morning devotions and well, um, let’s just say that’s about 12 minutes of devotion in a half hour time period. (“Girls, can you please get your brother milk? No TV! Okay, is everyone set? Remember, this is mommy’s time with Jesus!”) It’s all very productive.

Oh, yeah, the books.

John Donne: The Reformed Soul by John Stubbs:
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Martin Van Buren: The Romantic Age of American Politics by John Niven: “Randolph, a wraith of a man dressed in riding habit, his curiously small head and boyish face set upon his scarecrow of a body, had a piercing voice.”
Well, that’s just mean.

Desiring God by John Piper:

“As Paul says in Romans 7:18, ‘Nothing good dwells in me, that is, in my flesh.’”

It strikes me that I need to add some fiction to my book stack. Well, we are reading Stuart Little and listening to The Wind in the Willows but I’m not sure that counts.

Consider yourself tagged or not, as you desire.

2 responses to “Tag, I’m it!”

  1. Anne Avatar

    Thanks for playing along. That John Donne book sounds great. I just added it to my wishlist. This blogging thing is getting expensive! 😉

  2. April Avatar

    It is good! I actually found it in the new books section of the library. I’m trying to be good: no buying new books till I’ve read the ones I’ve already purchased. Bookstores are wicked temptresses, they are.

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