A Table of Weights and Measures
A nice index of the various features listed above in the order presented in the book
A 100-page concordance covering most of the keywords found in the Bible text
A small set of Bible maps – not in full-colored, but printed in “black and white” using blue ink
Psalm 23 A psalm of David.
1 The Lord is my shepherd;
I have what I need.
2 He lets me lie down in green pastures;
he leads me beside quiet waters.
3 He renews my life;
he leads me along the right paths
for his name’s sake.
I fear no danger,
5 You prepare a table before me
in the presence of my enemies;
6 Only goodness and faithful love will pursue me
as long as I live.
Identify the five most important characteristics of your spouse.
Spend the next week telling your spouse about them.
Still LifebyDani PettreyA ReviewThe second book in a series started by the author last year, Still Life focuses on the lives of a team of private forensic scientists as they seek to solve the murder of a new and upcoming artist and his new model. Thing…
If I were to stop this review at this point, it would be a five star review. But the author has endorsed a glaring error in the course of writing this book. Her husband, a counselor in training, serve as Donna Sue Grant’s primary therapist. If this had been a pastor, he might not know of the ethical issues involved in treating his own family. But Phil was being trained in a state university with an exemplary reputation and was being supervised in his current practice by a licensed therapist. He should have learned, as I and every trained therapist learns, that there are ethical issues surrounding the treatment of members of one’s own family. It is the same ethical issues that require that a doctor relinquish treatment of their family to other physicians – who are able to be professionally objective as they treat patients, or in this case clients. For this reader, this flaw raises large red flags that are not addressed in any way within the confines of the book.