September 13th, 2021

Monday Reads & Some Used Books Recently Bought

'The Life of Jesus Christ' Part One Volume 2 Chapters 41-92 By Ludolph of Saxony. In this volume I am in Chapter 79 The Barren Fig Tree; Jesus Heals a Crippled Woman (Luke 13:1-17; 31-35)

'Luke' New Testament III (Reformation Commentary On Scripture) Edited By Beth Kreitzer

'Fountain Of Salvation: Trinity & Soteriology' By Fred Sanders

'Journey To The Abyss: The Diaries of Count Harry Kessler 1880-1918' Edited and Translated By Laird M. Easton

'Return to the Dark Valley' A Novel By Santiago Gamboa Translated from the Spanish by Howard Curtis

'London A Pilgrimage' By Gustave Dore & Blanchard Jerrold With 180 Illustrations By Gustave Dore

'The Justice From Beacon Hill-The Life and Times of Oliver Wendell Holmes' biography by Liva Baker

'Simon Wiesenthal-The Life and Legends' biography by Tom Seger

'History In English Words' By Owen Barfield Foreword By W. H. Auden

'Freedom Summer: The Savage Season That Made Mississippi Burn and Made American a Democracy' By Brace Watson (I collect books on the 60's American Civil Rights Movement.)

'Lyndon Johnson And The American Dreams' biography by Doris Kerns Goodwin
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It is 3:34 PM Monday afternoon here in West Michigan. It has been a damp rainy cold gray day.

I got up this morning around 9 o'clock AM. Carol left this morning early to spend the day with old girlfriends. I left for the Book Nook around 9:40 AM. The Book Nook was quiet as a church mouse today. While at the Book Nook I read from a book titled, 'Fountain Of Salvation: Trinity & Soteriology' By Fred Sanders. I brought home from the Book Nook a book I had but most have given away during this Summer's book purge titled, 'Lyndon Johnson And The American Dream' biography by Doris Kearns Goodwin.

After the Book Nook I came home ate lunch, wrote in my paper diary, and then filmed a video for my Youtube channel. Carol called me from Shipshewana Indiana while I was writing in my paper diary this afternoon (she also called me this morning Book Nook to tell me she made it Marcellus Michigan). Carol knows I worry when she is gone. Carol is my sunshine and my anchor.

Nothing came for me in the mail this afternoon.

Last night Carol got home from church around 7:30 PM. She went to bed early and I went down in the lower level and read late into the night from a book titled, 'Journey To The Abyss: The Diaries of Count Harry Kessler 1880-1918' Edited and Translated By Laird M. Easton.

I suppose I will close to rest. I am tired and do not know what I will read next.

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