It’s been quite a while since I read a biography, so I absolutely jumped at the chance to read this one. Spending hours cracking up while watching Jay Leno’s ‘Headlines’ segment from The Tonight Show made me fall for this silly guy, and I figured his autobiography would be a fantastic read.
Well, I’m sorry to say I was wrong.
I found this book at a thrift store a few months ago. It’s one of those books that I get for a good price, fully intend on reading it someday, but then it ends up in the donation pile. It’s a habit I’ve had for years, my attention span continually being unable to afford a lengthy read, simply because other things are on my mind.
A Master Plan for Rescue is the book that got me back into reading fiction once again, which I am so excited about! It’s also the first book I’ve read that’s set in the WWII-era, because in years past, I swore I’d never research or learn anything about the Holocaust. What changed this, you may ask? (You probably didn’t, but I’ll answer anyway.) I realized how close-minded I was being, pretending those years never took place in history. It’s part of the world’s story, and for an epic book like this, it was worth moving out of my comfort zone.
This is the first book I officially completed in 2019! Just as reading his devotional (see review here) has been a blessing to me, Living The Extraordinary Life by Dr. Charles Stanley brought me much peace and comfort.
What better way to start off a year of reading books than by reviewing my favorite devotional! ❤ I’ve loved perusing this book for the last few years, and while I haven’t officially read it all the way through, it has been a blessing to me every day I decide to read it. These devotionals have a way of speaking to me each time I read one – I am always grateful when the Lord uses something to quietly speak to my heart.