Thursday, September 11, 2014

Review: The Impressionist by Tim Clinton and Max Davis

The Impressionist is a fictional novel about a man who has hit rock bottom in his marriage and with raising his son.  He leaves his home angry only to come across an older gentleman who wants to paint his portrait.  During the time he spends with the painter, he learns some valuable truths about decisions we make and what is truly worth fighting for.  During this encounter he realizes that he is truly in a battle and needs to rise up to be the warrior that his family so desperately needs and to not give up and take the easy road like so many do.  Using the examples of David and Joseph from the Bible, we all have our defining moments that shape us into the masterpieces we are meant to be.  This little novel was chock full of nuggets of wisdom that I took away from.  It also included many scripture references which were very encouraging to remember and use in the battles that we face. I was encouraged and a little curious as to what my portrait would look like if it were to be painted by this impressionist.  I received this book from The Book Club Network, Inc. (TBCN) and the opinions are my own.


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