Holy Spirit Mystifying Scriptures by Carol Pitts is a really unusual book that I have recently come across. It combines Art and scripture with a difference. For each scripture passage there is a specially drawn picture which shows the visual meaning of the passage.
It was the first time that I saw illustration and scripture mixed together giving the reader a better visual representation of the scripture. Looking at the illustration makes it easier for the child to understand what the meaning is behind the chosen scripture reading.
I showed this book to my 6 yr old. She didn’t really like the book as it was hard for her to understand the illustration in relation to the scripture.
My 12 year old could relate the pictures to the text better but he too commented that her preferred a having a comic style Christian book to read.
I personally found the book rather refreshing to read as it is different from the normal scripture book which one may pick up from the Christian book store. However I too found it hard to relate some of the illustration to the scripture that it was associated to. This was because the illustrations are rather modern day art and not the type that I was use to viewing.
If you are into a differentiated scripture reading experience do pick up a copy to view.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book for review purposes. Opinions are 100% mine.
October has been a super charged learning month for me. I have been trying to clear the backlog of reading that I have on hand but the list doesn’t seem to be getting shorter. This is because I have been adding to the ” To- Read List” more then I have been cancelling off the names of the books that I have already read. 🙂
( I really need to get more organised in this area :P)
I’m actively using the remaining 3 months of 2016 to boost my knowledge in 4 areas.
Branding and Marketing
I’m learning more about parenting teenagers as it will be getting more challenging for me trying to understand and guide Monkey boy who has been a very taxing experience for me since he entered his tween years.
It is very easy to focus on the kids inadequacies instead of encouraging them to improve for the better. It took me quite awhile to change my mindset and concentrate on saying more word of encouragement then putting the kids down when they do not perform up to standard.
Here are some words of Encouragement which I commonly use.
Tell me about it? (Show that I am genuinely interested in what they want to share.
How did you figure it out?
That looks like it took a lot of effort.
Are you pleased with what you did?
That’s excellent. Show me more!!
I’m thinking of what direction I should take with the blog for the next year as I’m focusing more on healthy living these few days. I will be having a new series starting next week documenting how I – Find a new me”