When I was growing up in the mountains of West Virginia, I spent most of my free time roaming those mountains that surrounded our home. I felt at peace there; and little wonder with four brothers who were all younger than me.
I never really thought about mountains in the same way as the author of “I Can Stand on Mountains”, I thought of it as a peaceful place to be. No matter where I am, I can see the handiwork of God, and I find a kind of solace in that.
When I started reading this book, I was really surprised. There are many surprises in the Bible, which I personally believe to be the living, holy word of God. I never really thought about the meaning to each of us, of what God was telling us about the mountains that are mentioned in the Bible.
I do know that the Bible is a multi-layered book, because as you grow, you learn, from reading each book over again. You learn something new each time. I suppose you could conceivably equate it to school, as you move a grade, you learn more and more. And so it is with this book.
I recommend this book to others who are seeking to learn more about God’s mountains. I don't think you'll be disappointed. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.