A Continual Feast Words of Comfort and Celebration

A Continual Feast Words of Comfort and Celebration Collected by Father Tim [KINDLE] ✽ A Continual Feast Words of Comfort and Celebration Collected by Father Tim By Jan Karon – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk A collection of Father Tim's favorite words of wisdom and spiritual inspiration from the bestselling author of  At Home in Mitford and  Somebody Safe with Somebody Good For years Mitford’s Fathe A collection Feast Words MOBI ☆ of Father Tim's favorite words of wisdom and spiritual inspiration from the bestselling author of  At Home in Mitford and  Somebody Safe with Somebody Good For years Mitford’s Father Tim Kavanagh has transcribed into his dog eared journals words of wisdom faith and encouragement Written in A Continual PDF \ his own hand or typed on his idiosyncratic Royal typewriter A Continual Feast contains the lively ideas common sense profound wisdom and plain good humor he has gleaned from the likes of C S Lewis Emily Dickinson William Blake Helen Keller G K Chesterton and Will Continual Feast Words of Comfort PDF \ Rogers Continual Feast Words Epub à to name just a few Together with its successful companion volume Patches of Godlight Father Tim’s latest uote journal is sure proof of the truth of an entry from Lord Byron A small drop of ink produces that which makes thousands think.


10 thoughts on “A Continual Feast Words of Comfort and Celebration Collected by Father Tim

  1. Allison Allison says:

    I haven't read Jan Karon's fiction I came across this book in the non fiction section of a library where I was doing a survey of materials It caught my eye as a handful have while doing research and I brought it homeI read it far faster than I'd recommend it to be read To fully enjoy it and make the most of it I'd recommend only reading a few pages a day or night as the case may beMany of the uotes collected in the book are Christian from scholarly saints and the Bible However the book is not directing readers to a set religious direction The uotes are varied and can be thought provoking in a positive and at times soothing wayPerhaps if I were an atheist I might find the book offensive however given that the title clearly states it is a collection by Father Tim fastidiously anti religious readers should consider themselves forewarnedIf you think you can stomach it indulge Who among us couldn't use a few kind words of inspiration to lift us each day?


  2. Carol Carol says:

    This book is a nice little collection of uotes and pithy sayings which are perfect for either daily devotions or just plain pondering From the inside of the book Father Timothy Andrew Kavanagh is the principal character in author Jan Karon's series of bestselling Mitford novels set in a mountain village in western North Carolina Father Tim is a sixty something Episcopal priest beloved by all for his unfailing concern for their needs and for his exceptional warmth grace charm and devotion to God In this second volume of his uote books Father Tim has recorded favorite wisdom from a variety of thinkers philosophers and poets who have enlisted his admiration over the years


  3. Ember DeBoer Ember DeBoer says:

    I was glad to read this then place it on my shelf next to its companion book Patches of Godlight I am a sucker for collections of uotes and this one did not disappoint It will be a book I remove from the shelf and read again and again when I am looking for words of wisdom comfort and inspiration I just love that Father Timeven if he's only a fictional character Jan Karon's pretty cool too


  4. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    The front of the book looks like a leather bound journal Inside all of the uotes notes messages and even a recipe or two are hand written just like you would do if you owned the book One page even looks like there is a Post It stuck to the page It's full of words of comfort and celebration collected by Father Tim to uote the front of the book It would be a great book to have tucked in the drawer next to the bed to read before sleep


  5. Jessica Jessica says:

    A delightful collection of uotes letters and inspiration from the main character in the Mitford Years' Series Father Tim Although I do not enjoy Karon's writing style or the Mitford Series I loved this collection from Father Tim Wonderfully upliftingthe kind of book that makes your heart smile Around 200 pages it was a very uick read


  6. Kathleen Meacham Kathleen Meacham says:

    As with Jan Karon's other book Patches of Godlight this is also an excellent resource for spiritual uotations written in fictional character Father Tim's own handwriting or ancient typewriter complete with typo's Adorable and inspiring I will continue to go back to this on a regular basis


  7. Denise Denise says:

    A book of uotes from Fr Tim's uote journal Entertaining Found a few a really liked A couple favs are A small drop of ink produces that which makes thousands think Lord ByronA cat could very well be man's best friend but would never stoop to admitting it Doug LarsonI have enough money to last me the rest of my life unless i buy something Jackie Mason


  8. Lynnea Lynnea says:

    I was so looking forward to reading this after completing the Mitford series And it might be really good and have a lot of great things to say but the font was impossible to focus on to read disappointing


  9. G Req G Req says:

    I loved it Every now and then I turn turn some pages of this book and find some inspiration Really great book I also appreciated the typography It really resembles as if a real person wrote the book himself


  10. Moonmomie Moonmomie says:

    Very nice book of Father Tim uotes Interestingly presented in a journal handwritten style Not necessary for reading the Mitford Series but a nice addition


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