Books to Re-Read

I seem to be giving up on books left and right lately. Not a lot is grabbing my attention. Last week was rough and I didn’t do much reading at all, even getting behind in my Bible reading.

But after all, reading is a hobby, a pleasurable activity, something for fun (though I do read for growth and learning things). So if it becomes a hardship, then perhaps it’s time to take a break or shift things around.

I have a lot of books that I have read before but want to re-read. Yet so many new books that I haven’t read yet call out for my attention as well. Decisions, decisions! Here are some of the books that I hope to re-read at some point.

The Beautiful Ache by Leigh McLeroy
The Beautiful Ache: Finding the God Who Satisfies When Life Does Not

How People Grow by Henry Cloud and John Townsend
How People Grow: What the Bible Reveals about Personal Growth

Anne of Green Gables (series) by L. M. Montgomery
The Complete Anne of Green Gables Boxed Set (Anne of Green Gables #1-8)

Intimate Faith by Jan Winebrenner
Intimate Faith: A Womans Guide to the Spiritual Disiplines

The Search for Significance by Robert McGee
The Search for Significance: Seeing Your True Worth Through God's Eyes

Shattered Dreams by Larry Crabb
Shattered Dreams: God's Unexpected Path to Joy

Trusting God by Jerry Bridges
Trusting God: Even When Life Hurts

Yearning by M. Craig Barnes
Yearning: Living Between How It Is and How It Ought to Be

A Woman’s Journey to the Heart of God by Cynthia Heald
A Woman's Journey To The Heart Of God

The Grace Awakening by Charles Swindoll
The Grace Awakening: Believing in Grace Is One Thing. Living It Is Another.

And others as well.

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