Having deleted my Netflix account, and thus having not much to do, I tend to read a fair number of books. For starters, I try to read The Chronicles of Narnia and Harry Potter heptalogies, as well as The Lord of the Rings at least once through each per calendar year (don't try this at home, kids). Some of the books I read are books that maybe some of you would enjoy reading, should you hear a worthy review. Contrarily, I sometimes read books that nobody whatsoever should read, and in that case, allow these reviews to function as digital "Do Not Enter" signs.

So scroll around, read some reviews, buy some books—and for Heaven's sake, delete your Netflix account.

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The Things of Earth by Joe Rigney

Do the things of earth grow strangely dim in the light of his glory and grace? Or do they, rather, grow strangely bright? That, friends, is the subject of this worthy book.

If you struggle to enjoy such manifold graces as soft serve ice cream, leather-bound books, and trips to the woodland realms to throw rocks into rivers with your kids, this book is for you.

Jose Ojeda

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I exist to enjoy and magnify the glory of the grace of God in Jesus Christ to all peoples.

Margaret Amirpour

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