I’d Rather be Lost at the Cabin

                                                        7/29/2013 review

                                                      I’D RATHER BE LOST AT THE CABIN
Leave all your troubles at the door steps of the cabin as you walk through the door. Now come along and relax and gander out the window and see the beautiful animals that seem  tame look there’s a bear at the stream is he going to catch a fish??
Yes as you travel through the pages of this beautiful book the paintings look so real that you will think you are truly at the cabin with all the beauty that surrounds it. Your cares will be lost for your mind will be relaxed and care free. The different cabins are to be put to memory for a quite night after you leave and you need to be relaxed once more you’ll hear the flow of the stream and see the animals that drink there.
Now it’s time to read a little of the words that so many different people have written. Be prepared to leave the cabin fully energized.
Martin Luther writes God writes the gospel not in the Bible alone, but on trees and flowers and clouds and stars- – Isn’t it just like God to do this for us?
this is so true think about this — Depend upon it, God’s work done in God’s way will NEVER  lack God’s supplies– get the book see who wrote this—-
This book is truly unique. I loved the cover, it’s beautiful the paintings are gorgeous but it doesn’t stop there it’s through out this book- along with the words of wisdom you’ll carry with you for a long time to come.
I give this beautiful book a 5 star it has so much to offer not only awesome paintings but the words are to hold close to your heart.
 ISBN 978-0-7369-5325-2
I received this book free from Harvest House for an honest review. I was not obligated to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are my own and no one else’s.
Thank you Aaron for another beautiful book.
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