Thursday, November 29, 2018

Jacob's Bell: A Christmas Story by John Snyder

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"Jacob's Bell" is one of the best Christmas books I have read this holiday season. It is well written and will bring meaning to your life. I was brought to tears as I finished this book because of the lessons I learned from this book. Themes of forgiveness and second chances abound in this book. While Jacob has made plenty of mistakes and has had plenty of opportunities to make them right, this book will teach you that every second is a precious gift, you shouldn't take people for granted, but God works things together for good. This reminded me to not let bitterness and resentment settle in my heart, but rather forgive quickly and respond with love. Sometimes we don't get another opportunity, so we must take the one in front of us. This book reminded me of how precious life is and that each person is an incredible gift. 
I highly recommend purchasing this book. It will not take you more then two hours to read and you'll read it in one sitting. I had a very hard time putting this book down. This book will be one that I read every year as a Christmas tradition. 
I reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. I was not required to write a review. All opinions expressed are my own. 

About the Author:
John SnyderJohn Snyder is the author of the bestseller The Golden Ring - A Christmas Story and a new Christmas Book, Jacob's Bell, due to be released by FaithWords/Hachette Book Group on October 2, 2018.

He is a member of the Authors Guild. Before retiring, he owned and operated an award-winning public relations/advertising/sports marketing firm in the Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC area for nearly twenty-five years. His firm worked with and represented some of the world’s top professional athletes, sports franchises (including the Washington Capitals of the NHL, the Washington Bullets of the NBA, and top INDYCAR teams, NASCAR teams, and teams in other prominent racing series), as well as
nationally televised sporting events.

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