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Words cannot even express how much this book has changed my way of thinking. I started reading this book with no expectations, and without reading other book reviews. I only heard from others how great of a book it was and that I must read it. Now I know why.
The word "radical" to me has a whole new meaning. I realized how much I stumble in life to live according to God's Word and how so many times, I give excuses for why I don't do certain things. David Platt gives his opinion about how we need to embrace the truth of the gospel and live it in today's society. Who cares if we have to suffer, live uncomfortably, or maybe even die for the sake of the gospel. He has challenged me greatly to pursue God's Will in my life through giving my time and money and truly being a servant of Him. At the end of the book, he presents a Radical Experiment that lasts one year. Since this is a beginning of a new year, I am going to strive to complete this challenge and I encourage you to do the same!
If you have not read this book, I highly encourage you to do so. However, this is one book that I had to put down several times, take deep breaths, and come back to reading later. It's very intense and challenging, but totally worth the time. I will probably be reading this book over and over again for a long time.
Here is a video about the book:
And you can read the first chapter of the book here:
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.
4 pills 3 times a day, for 10 days.
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I work at auto races as a Corner Marshall here in Texas(standing out beside a race track all day, in the sun), the land of 100 degree eveings, and its impraritive to stay hydrated. This camelbak reminds me to do so, just by wearing it.
REMINDS YOU TO DRINK
Keeps it relatively cold
Hard to fill sometimes
I normally would not bother writing a review for the game, but I am a little miffed at the current reviews. So much of the negatives seem to be about the DRM and servers, so lets clear that up first. Every online game has server troubles at launch. WoW did, TF2, Diablo 3, every online game does! Next, the "DRM" isn't an issue, sure, if you lose internet connection for a few minutes, you get kicked out, but 1) by that point it would be a good idea to try and figure out why you lost internet to begin with, and 2)lag isn't an issue. You will almost never get kicked out for a low speed, considering it requires less than 1mbps up/down speed (256kbps down, 64 kbps up, or 1/4 mbps down and 1/16 mbps up).
So, lets get all the pettiness out of the way, and talk about the game itself, and not the problems that will be gone soon, or ones by people who have not bought the game. (As a note, I bought the game, but not through amazon, I got the Origin Digital Deluxe Edition.) The game is great. Sure, there are some abilities that are gone, but they may come back in EPs, which, lets be honest, can be a good thing, especially since it means if you do not want those features, you don't need to pay for them. I'm glad I bought the game, and a little waiting won't hurt. Besides, I am the first of my friends, and so I shouldn't be torturing myself with waiting for them to go on multiplayer while I try to run a huge region alone.
Also, as for city size, if you have that much of a problem, run a region yourself, they function like a big city for the most part.
'The Returned' is a book about people who have died start to come back. They return at the same age they died at as if they were never gone. It's starts with a few people and starts to escalate. Not everyone who ever died comes back, and there's really no rhyme or reason as to which people will be returning. Some of the 'returned' come back after being dead for a year and it ranges all the way to decades of being deceased. This book focuses on how individuals and people in general react to what the 'returned' really are. Are they the same person? A carbon copy? Will they remain and die again or disappear as suddenly as they came? This is probably a pretty good approximation of the general publics reaction to dead people returning. Great book!