Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Review of I Can Stand on Mountains

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.

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Nina Slone has worked at many types of jobs; currently she is editing books and writing articles as well as studying for A+ Certification. While she used to write reviews for O'Reilly's Blogger Review Program, they stopped the program. She likes to paint, draw and sketch. Her favorite tools are charcoal, pencil and oil paint. She loves modern or smooth jazz and many other genres of music. Mother Earth Beat, David Sanborn, David Arkenstone, CCR, Bob Seger, John Fogerty, David Allen Coe, etc. She loves the mountains as well as the ocean. She is a Christian, and lives her life accordingly.