Friday, 25 October 2013

{The Meaning of Marriage by Timothy Keller}

After six months of this book making trips from my bookshelf, to the car, to my hambag, to my bedside table and back to my bookshelf I have finally started reading it and only wish I had started it ages ago. I can't put it down because it makes so much sense! Timothy Keller is not only teaching me about marriage - I'm learning about myself, about God and about life.

There is one thing I never thought I could bring myself to do, and that is highlight pages of a brand new novel but in this case, the things I'm reading deserve highlighting. I don't often make it to the end of a book but as I unite with page 170, I can see myself in it for the long haul. So far, this is definitely making it to this page.

What is some of your recommended reading?
Happy Weekend Everyone!


  1. “To read a writer is for me not merely to get an idea of what he says, but to go off with him and travel in his company.”
    - Andre Gide
    I am reading 'The Life of Pi' at the moment: two people recommended it to me, but I'm not enjoying it (no highlighted pages). But, I don't like not finishing a book, so will persevere. Someone gave me the movie today, so will try that: but if I don't like it I will turn that off.
    Pray you have a good week.

    1. I have heard about 'The Life of Pi' as a movie but didn't realise there was a book as well - will be interested to see if it get's any better for you and if you enjoy the movie?