This book was the best book that I read in 2012! Perhaps you have noticed that the books that stand out the most to me are the ones that probe the soul and stretch the mind. I would venture to be as certain as I can to believe that the best books are those that cause you to lean back and seriously contemplate the message the author is working to get across to you. Books that you cannot just zip through without any confrontation of the conscience or personal commitment are the books that will do our souls the best in the end. This is one of those books!
Author: Paul David Tripp
Publisher: Crossway, 2012.
Time flies by with an amazing swiftness and I think back to a time when I had just graduated from nursing school. A young twenty-two year old probably should not have been working night shift in a busy surgical intensive care unit that routinely was filled with trauma-victims, neurosurgical calamities, occasional gunshot wounds, and so forth. But I did have a very good support staff around me of some veteran RNs who were very helpful in adding knowledge and skill to what I was lacking.