It’s First Line Friday time! This week it’s a line from a book I’m currently reading titled:
the story of WITH
A Better Way to Live, Love, & Create
by Allen Arnold
This book blends storytelling and teaching, fusing allegory with application to help deepen your identity, intimacy and imagination with God. I’m in the middle of it, so the entire impact is unclear, but already it’s spoken to my heart several times – with the evidence in how I have marked several sections to go over again. I’ve even pulled my 2018 word for the year from this book. It lodged itself inside my heart and left no room for discussing any other options no matter how hard I tried.
So here’s the first line. Drumroll please…….
Mia wished her father could be with her in this moment, but she had to get through this on her own.
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2 thoughts on “First Line Fridays-1.5.18”
Don’t you just love those tugs on your heartstrings?!
Death had a way of creeping up on a soul, and Ivy Thorpe was determined that when it visited her, she would not be surprised.
The House on Foster Hill by Jaime Jo Wright
Yes, absolutely. Thanks for sharing. That’s a good one.