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I took advantage of the reduced price and downloaded a copy to my Kindle. My first observation is the book structure, divided by eight topics: As an avid reader and someone who is passionate about sharing awesome quotes, I observed the shared highlights for Quotations That Connect: It's rare to read a book without 50 or more highlights for one quote, and in this book I found very few quotes were "liked" or highlighted.
The publication date is , so logically there should be more than 10 highlights on a favorite quote. Most quotes are not worth sharing because they are taken out of context.
For example, "Tolerance is the virtue of the man without convictions," by G. Chesterton sounds like a parable open for personal interpretation. Some famous people are only given two quotations, such as Elizabeth Elliot, while Charles Finney has one quote, and Billy Graham is quoted ten times in this book. Mother Theresa is listed with three quotations out of 1, quotes in this book. I'm giving this book a one star rating because I would not share any of these quotations in theological research papers, Bible teachings or social media updates.
Many of these quotes are also on BrainyQuote and GoodReads. If you want original and interesting content, research your own quotes by reading books by famous people, highlight your favorites as you read, and share them with the knowledge that you actually read the book or listened to the sermon which you are quoting. Works great for small groups, bible studies, devotion time, and even message ideas.
One person found this helpful. These quotations are outdated and not the best for today's useage. This is a fantastic resource! When I deployed to Afghanistan I used Quotes for my weekly sermons.
It comes with a CD with all the quotes that I put on my computer. I was able to scan the index so I didn't have to have the book with the heavy travel. Excellent resource for deployed preaching.