When we got into Grand Rapids we did visit Baker Book House a Christian bookstore. I bought two books at Baker's for our theological and biblical exegetical library.
"The Final Days Of Jesus" (The Most Important Week Of The Most Important Person Who Ever Lived) by Andreas J. Kostenberger & Justin Taylor With Alexander Stewart
"Acts: An Exegetical Commentary: Introduction And 1:1-2:47" Volume 1 by Craig S. Keener (1038 pages of text)
I got this massive commentary on the Acts of the Apostles Volume 1 50% off its retail price. I have in my library Craig Keener's massive commentary on the Gospel of John and his massive commentary on the Gospel of Matthew also. I love massive biblical commentaries! I remember these words of the Apostle John recorded at the end of his gospel, "And there are also many other things that Jesus did, which if they were written one by one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that would be written. Amen." John 21:25.
After Carol and I checked out Baker Book House we drove over to the airport. I dropped off Carol at the airport and then zoomed home. Since being home I have written in my paper diary and have been reading my books. Nothing life saving came in the mail this afternoon. It looks like I am on my own for the next two weeks. I plan to read and study The Book of Acts and see what falls from the sky till Carol comes home next month.
I have been reading these books for devotions this afternoon.
"Acts: An Exegetical Commentary" Introduction And 1:1-2:47 Volume 1 by Craig S. Keener
"Acts" by Jaroslav Pelikan [Brazos Theological Commentary On The Bible]
"Acts" New Testament VI [Reformation Commentary On Scripture] Edited By Esther Chung-Kim & Todd R. Hains
"Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations And Principles Of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation" by Graeme Goldsworthy
"Introducing The New Testament: Its Literature and Theology" by Paul J. Achtemeier, Joel B. Green & Marianne Meye Thompson
Well, I will close to drift through the rest of the day. There is no way of escape.