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A book of real lessons . . . not just the side dishes, but the meat and potatoes of life as a Christian . . . the ONLY thing that could have made the listening better would have been a male narrator, since Pastor Wendell Mettey is a man, not a woman . . . this made it confusing to listen to . . . however, the content is excellent . . . the love and humility with which the stories are written is evident, God's grace obvious . . . people from every walk of life, every ethnic background came to Walnut Hills Baptist Church, each with their own set of peculiarities, their own vices, and their own invisible walls . . . undaunted by what he saw on the outside, Pastor Mettey took each as the broken vessel that we all are, created by a loving God, and loved them individually, waiting for God to reveal who He had created them to be . . . not put off by drunkenness, pride, wealth or poverty, Reverend Mettey and the congregation at Walnut Hills pushed forward, toward the goal, which Christ had put before them . . . Love your neighbor as yourself . . . the story of the lowly water carrier, the analogy which the book is based on, is one that touches me deeply, and one that I had never heard before . . . for my vessel is VERY cracked, and water regularly seeps from it . . . and how I pray that I can leave a few flowers along the path that I leave behind . . .
Loved this book and the lessons learned. I hope I can inspire someone as these saints of God inspired Pastor Mettey!!