Mark Twain once said, “The man who doesn’t read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.”
What are you reading this week?
What are the top 3 books you would you suggest to the readers of i2i?
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Knowledge and wisdom is like gold and silver – you have to go and find the nuggets waiting to be found, and it requires an investment of time and effort, but the reward is the wealth that knowledge and wisdom can bring to one’s life. Reading opens our minds to discover the nuggets of truth and new ideas that allow us to grow, but there are no shortcuts – reading is an investment of time and our mind with a great return on the investment.
Great insights, coach!
Any book from A.W. Tozer, Finding Your Way by none other than our very own Mr. Gravitt, Heaven is for Real and or 90 Minutes in Heaven, and OK more than three Nearing Home by Billy Graham.
That is good company to be in Jason. Thanks!
That’s a great quote from Mark Twain. I just finished reading The Pursuit of God by Tozer, and I’m listening to the CD, Desiring God by John Piper during my daily commute.
I have read both of those Scott. Those are amazing books!
Killing Kennedy, Killing Lincoln and Good to Great
Good list Mike. Thanks!
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