In her newest collection of personal dispatches, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith, the author picks up where her last book, the bestselling Traveling Mercies, left off. She speaks with NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates.
Over the centuries, innumerable writers have celebrated the beauties of faith, hope, and love-whether in the ancient pages of scripture or in more recent prose and poetry. Great Thoughts on Faith, Hope, and Love contains several hundred quotations, categorized by topic, to encourage and inspire readers. Featuring quotes from the likes of Oswald Chambers, D. L. Moody, Charles Spurgeon, Fanny Crosby, Abraham Lincoln, St. Augustine, Isaac Watts, and dozens of others, Great Thoughts on Faith, Hope, and Love will thrill souls, lift spirits, and fill hearts with gratitude to the God who provides "every good and perfect gift" (James 1:17).
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Although this is the second time reading this book, I do not get tired of it. It is the first of three books that seem to comprise a trilogy of sorts,regarding Ms. Lamott's life. This author uplifts without preaching. Although I am not a fiction fan, since reading her autobiographical books,I have been so entranced with her style of prose,that I bought all of her novels. They did not disappoint. Ann Lamott uses humor to get her through life's large and small tribulations,of which there are many,some self-inflicted,some merely everyday bumps in the road of life. I cannot say enough about Ann Lamott. I think everyone can identify with some part of this book. I highly recommend this as a must read. When you are done with "Traveling Mercies", read the second and third books in this quasi series, "Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith" and "Grace Eventually".