Savoring the supremacy of God in all of life. 125 daily meditations. The title of this book is based on Psalm 34:8 - Taste and see that the Lord is good. The book consists of 125 meditations that are about 2 pages long each, but packed full of Biblical wisdom. The author states. "I hope what pervades all the readings is a savoring of the supremacy of God." and it does. The author packs more theology into 2 pages that a lot of authors have in 200 pages. I am a big John Piper fan and I really enjoyed this book. In the back there is a subject index, a person index and a scripture index. The reader can easily find a subject that is addressed. I have to mention www.desiringgod.org that contains more than 30 years of sermons and articles free of charge.
John Piper needs no introduction to most people in reformed circles. He is the author of more than 50 books and this is his latest, and it is definitely worth recommending. These are meant to be daily readings, but you may find yourself reading more than one at a time. John Piper is one of the authors that I enjoy and can recommend without question.
Published by Multnomah and a copy of this book was provided for this review.