‘My Books Have a Mission’ (2012)

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This seems a little pompous to me now, what I wrote eight years ago; but at least it’s still true.

My Books Have a Mission

Our culture’s in an awful lot of trouble, eight years later. It’s more important than ever to re-connect with God.

Imagine my surprise when I discovered that that was the overarching theme of all my books.

Like I’ve said a hundred times, my books are smarter than I am.

3 comments on “‘My Books Have a Mission’ (2012)

  1. I understand. When I go back and read an article I wrote back in 2008 or 2009, I can be sure these things were given me by the Holy Spirit because I know I do not have it in me to see those things on my own.

  2. Everyone is already connected to God. Our mission is to awaken them to that fact of reality. “In Him we live, move, and have our being.” Just as Van Gough’s works were not celebrated in his lifetime does not mean the Bell Mountain books will not be celebrated in the future.

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