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At table with the sisters
Posted By Eric Sammons On October 28, 2010 @ 7:01 am In Who is Jesus Christ? | Comments Disabled
I recently sent my book Who is Jesus Christ? Unlocking the Mystery in the Gospel of Matthew  to a member of the Sisters of Life , and she writes,
We got your new book!! It’s phenomenal! Everyone was so excited to read it when we opened the package that rather than reading it one at a time, we are reading it at table each morning at breakfast. Today we read about the incomplete perceptions of thinking Jesus was Elijah or Jeremiah. I am learning so much! Thank you for all of the effort of study, research and prayer that went into writing this book. And thank you for donating it to the community. It is SOO good and very engaging. I don’t want it to end! I will definitely recommend it to others.
One of the things on my “to do” list today is look up the word “milquetoast”. It was in this morning’s chapter and I don’t think I’ve ever heard it before. See, I’m learning about Jesus and learning new vocabulary words at all the same time! Thanks Eric!
Having a group of religious sisters read your book at table – talk about an intimidating situation for an author! I hope and pray that the sisters grow deeper in their love and knowledge of our Lord through this exercise.
If there is any other religious community out there that wants a copy of my book, I’ll be happy to send them one free of charge. Just email me  to let me know.
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