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Good Reads: Satisfy My Thirsty Soul by Linda Dillow

I loved Calm My Anxious Heart and A Deeper Kind of Calm by Linda Dillow, so I was excited to read another book of hers this year. As I expected, Satisfy My Thirsty Soul did not disappoint.

This book is a call to worship. It’s a challenge to become more like the Biblical account of Mary, a woman who sat at Jesus’ feet and soaked up His words.

Linda has a gift for communicating Biblical truths in a way that is engaging, convicting, and uplifting all at the same time. Reading Satisfy My Thirsty Soul inspired me to spend more time just worshiping and adoring Christ, instead of just coming to Him with my problems and struggles. I want to love Jesus deeply and wholeheartedly. And I want my love for Him to permeate everything I do.

If you long for a richer relationship with Christ, read Satisfy My Thirsty Soul. It’s powerful, deep, packed with encouragement, and well worth your time.

See more book recommendations I’ve posted this year here. You can also see all books I’ve read so far in 2012 here.

Have you read any good books recently?

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10 Comments

  • debbie says:

    I can’t wait to read this one. I loved “Calm My Anxious Heart”! It’ll have to wait a little longer though because I just began “Trusting God: Even When Life Hurts” by Jerry Bridges at the prompting of a friend! Excited for both!

  • Renee says:

    Kisses from Katie, but you might have already read that one. Also, currently reading Running for My Life. I see it’s on your list too. You will love it!

  • I just finished The Penny Pincher’s Handbook, The 4 Loves by C.S. Lewis, and Hinds’ Feet in High Places. I’m halfway through Surprised by Joy by C.S. Lewis and really enjoying it. I saw someone mentioned Kisses from Katie…I would love to read that one!

    Crystal, I seem to remember you mentioning PaperBackSwap.Com before? Do you still get your books from there? How have you liked using them? Is it fairly easy to do?

    • Crystal says:

      Yes, I still get some of my books from there. I recommend setting up a wishlist as I find that I often can find the books I’m looking for but when I add them to my wishlist, they become available. It costs about $2-$3 per book when you factor in the shipping of one of your books for the credit.

  • Lilianne says:

    I recently read Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and The Litigators by John Grisham, both were very good. I wrote about them here:

    http://www.wannabebookworms.blogspot.com

  • Crystal,

    Thanks for sharing. I wasn’t aware that Linda Dillow had written and released a new book. I too read Calm My Anxious Heart (a few years ago) and loved it. I could also relate to what you said about “spending more time just worshiping and adoring Christ, instead of just coming to Him with my problems and struggles”.

    This is exactly where I’m at. I often think about how I would feel if my family and friends only wanted to spend time with me when they wanted something instead of just enjoying my company. That definitely brought conviction. I now realize that worshiping Christ simply for who He is, is not only what I was created to do, but gives me the peace and strength to handle and overcome my problems and struggles. The “joy of the Lord is my strength” truly becomes real then.

    Thanks again!

  • I absolutely love Linda Dillow! Having read and re-read all her books I feel like she is something of a spiritual mentor to me. Glad to see you enjoy her ministry as much as I do.

    Blessings!

    Megan

  • Elise says:

    Thanks for posting this. A friend gave me Creative Counterpart by Linda Dillow when I first married and I loved it!

    I look forward to checking out these books!

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