Something to Savor

Michele Starkey

5 Stars

September 1, 2012

The ‘God of All Creation’ is a book to be savored and read time and again with fresh eyes. I found myself reading and rereading passages over and over to awaken new insights and I have learned the value of being in tune with my Master’s voice much like Robison’s pet Princess, “tilting its head to the side, yearning to understand the words of its master.”

Yes, we have so much to learn from the Heavenly Father’s creations upon this earth and the gifts He has given to us in the form of our pets and the wildlife that surrounds us. James Robison manages to open a window that allows us to view a Heavenly Father who has created all living things for our enjoyment and enrichment. There is much to learn in the many lessons from the pets and wildlife in our midst.

Robison uses his pet, Princess, to show what it is like to cherish a Master and the necessity to follow the Master’s voice to avoid danger, receive encouragement and reward while living life to the fullest.

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Jesus is our Master just as Robison is Princess’ master and we can avoid the pitfalls of this life if we only follow our Master’s teachings and voice.

"I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review."