The great English writer, G. K. Chesterton, once was playing a little quiz game with some friends. One of the questions was, “If you were shipwrecked and alone on a deserted island, what one book, above all others, would you wish to have with you?” One of the players immediately said “The Bible,” and gave a very pious reason for his selection. Another said “A volume of Shakespeare,” and gave a very learned reason for wanting Shakespeare. Chesterton said, “Well, if I were allowed just one book on that deserted island, I would choose a one-volume manual of instruction for amateur boat-builders.” Chesterton was a very practical person.
As we move deeper into the Advent Season, the real preparation…
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