Book reading resolution for 2010!

I think I’m totally screwing myself up with this resolution but I will attempt to read three books every two months in the year of 2010. I don’t know if I would even have time to complete my other resolution of reading the entire Bible in a year, but what the heck. There’s just too many books that I bought and not read. And some good books are really worth re-reading, so I’ve included them in my schedule as well. So here goes:

Jan & Feb

  • A praying life: Connecting with God in a distracting world by Paul Miller
  • Counterfeit gods: The empty promises of money, sex, and power, and the only hope that matters by Timothy Keller
  • The call to joy and pain by Ajith Fernando

Mar & Apr

  • Knowing God by J.I. Packer
  • The cost of discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  • Where your treasure is by Melville Szto

May & Jun

  • When I don’t desire God by John Piper
  • In the likeness of God (the Dr Paul Brand tribute edition of Fearfully and wonderfully made & In His image) by Philip Yancey and Dr Paul Brand
  • The attributes of God by A.W. Tozer

Jul & Aug

  • The pursuit of holiness by Jerry Bridges
  • Jesus driven ministry by Ajith Fernando
  • Mystery of the Holy Spirit by A.W. Tozer

Sep & Oct

  • Living together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  • The four loves by C.S. Lewis
  • The normal Christian life by Watchman Nee

Nov & Dec

  • The gospel according to Jesus by John MacArthur
  • The imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis
  • The problem with pain by C.S. Lewis

I think I shall play cheat by starting now, probably with the first two books. I was so excited when I found them in SKS…

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