Do not mistake the ordinary for the ordinary. In this world, there is no such thing as the ordinary. God is present here.
This book will help you to see God everywhere, for that is where he is. John M. Frame
This book is a tremendous stimulus to seeing the world as God would have us see it, and interacting with the world as God would have us interact. It helps us by showing what was always there, God’s presence in the ordinary. Creative. Illuminating. and godly. Vern S. Poythress
Pierce has a contagious child-like sense of wonder in the everyday moments and opportunities so many of us miss. Aimee Byrd
Dillard-like in their penetrating observations of creation, and Hopkins-like in their “Glory be to God for dappled things” celebration of the Creator’s work. R. Kent Hughes
These pages combine the eye of a keen observer of the world around with statements about God’s nature and purposes. The book is both playful and lyrical. William Edgar
What are readers saying?
This book helps us “hear” God’s voice in the things He has created. The written word of God is our interpreter, but the echos all around us are no coincidence! The same Word Who spoke them into existence continues to speak through them! It is truly a paradigm shift for most of us! I hope this is just the first of many such works. Oh how we need to see the “ordinary” more clearly, and this little book is a great way to start!
Original artwork by Jeffrey Trevorr Hibbs
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Struck Down but Not Destroyed is now out on Amazon!!