Monday, June 12, 2017

The Chamberlain Key

nlocking the God Code to Reveal Divine Messages Hidden in the Bible by Timothy P. Smith

I just randomly chose this book to read. This is a hard back book with orange on the cover and navy on the edge/binding. The dust cover has all the information on it. It really is an easy book to pick up and read. The author is telling a story on how he came to figure out this key to reading the writing from God. It is pretty hard to say he didn’t find this. It is a little over my head, but I am glad there are people out there to study the old symbols and the Hebrew and Jewish languages.  I do believe God will give insight to certain people. Timothy has found and researched so much of the Hebrew language and has found sayings that are found in the Bible. I am not as deep knowing all that Moses brought from the mountain. It was an interesting read, but I didn’t find it really exciting. I do believe those that study the Hebrew language would love searching images that he has found. I would recommend it for those that look deep into the history of our Bible. I just trust it is what it is. But those looking deeper, would really enjoy this book.

"I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review."

The Beloved Hope Chest

This is a story that begins with someone looking back over their life. You can look at someone and see their current story, but you may not know their beginning. Hardships that the person had to move forward through. This is a story of just that. This was a story of loss and loving again. I will be honest and say it had me in tears but left me with a happy feeling. Amy Clipston did great on telling a true love story.. showing that God can bring someone through heart and heart aches and give them something to love and hope again. I would recommend this book to all my fellow Amish loving book readers plus just anyone that maybe have experienced a loss and want the faith to move on. I loved all the characters of this story. This is a stand alone book. She has a series that would take you thru generation to generation, but you do not need to have read the other books to read this one.

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