First Line Friday - Week 2

Friday, January 13, 2017








About the book:

“Ask the animals, and they will teach you” —Job 12:7

Experience the Gospels in a way that you never imagined.

In this beautifully inspired retelling of the Gospels, we see Jesus and his disciples in the Holy Land through the eyes of the animals—especially his intrepid and loyal dog, Eden.
With a wise, old donkey, innocent lambs, and legions of curious field mice—the animals follow their master’s journey across Galilee and onto Jerusalem, rapt with awe and wonder and bearing great tidings—even if they don’t fully comprehend the divine events they witness.

Simple, clear, and spiritually profound, Eden is for readers of all ages, this artful retelling is captivating, moving, and alive with the joy you felt the first time you opened the Bible.



First Line

The Roman Legionaries called the dog Old Gray.


It's easy to play, just grab the closest book to you, open to the first line, and leave it in the comment section, then visit these other bloggers to see their first lines, and leave yours in their comments.
HAPPY FRIDAY!!!!

All the Book Blog Names Are Taken

Bookworm Mama

Encouraging Words From the Tea Queen

Faithfully Bookish

Reading is My SuperPower

Robin's Nest

Singing Librarian

Fiction Aficionado


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I just recently looked at this book. My first line is:

"Heavy metal music blared through paper-thin walls." From Time Search by Danele J. Rotharmel

1987

Samuel Mason sat parked in his white DeSoto across the street from Centerville Christian Church. – and the Shofar Blew by Francine Rivers

HAPPY FRIDAY!

Folks said Thomas Beaufort could track a housefly through a hurricane, and though he admitted that it might be a slight exaggeration, he felt it wasn’t too far off.
~The Bounty Hunter’s Baby by Erica Vetsch (coming Feb.1)

Here is my first line:

Kit Kat and Lucy by Lonnie Hull DuPont

You will always by lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats. Colonial American Proverb

"To say moving from San Francisco to rural Michigan was not easy for me would be an understatement."

Happy reading and Happy Friday!

This week my first line comes from The Bomber War: The Allied Air Offensive Against Nazi Germany by Robin Neillands "This is the story of a machine." I haven't started it yet, but looking forward to it!

"They share the truth of an experience that only those who were there can truly know. As part of a regiment of southwestern cowpunchers, Oklahoma Indians, Ivy League football stars, and champion polo players, they had faced death boldly and defeated the enemy.

They had been Rough Riders."

Rough Riders: Theodore Roosevelt, His Cowboy Regiment, and the Immortal Charge Up San Juan Hill by Mark Lee Gardner.

Happy Friday!!!

I just finished Rescue Me by Susan May Warren.

Sam wouldn't lose another kid on his watch.

Autumn 1843 Isaac Kingston didn't think his Ella would really die.
From The Blessed by Ann H. Gabhart.

this seems like an interesting book!

I made it!

My first line this week is from Kristi Ann Hunter's 'A Noble Masquerade':

“It is never a happy day when an eight-year-old girl's cheesecake lands in the dirt, and she certainly doesn't take kindly to the laughing little boy who put it there.”

Hi Becky! It's an enjoyable read.

Love Francine Rivers!!

Sounds good, will have to remember that one.
Love your name too! 😉

Interesting. 😊

Like the title.

That's on my list.

It is. You'd like it even though there are no kissing scenes. ;)

I'm glad you were able to comment. I want to read this!!

 
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