All Star Press, Books That Change Lives, is proud to release the ebook version of “The House That Richard Built.” This is a powerful book from James D. Smith that details the life lessons he learned as the son of a carpenter. It is available exclusively through Amazon.com for the Kindle eReader, Kindle App, and online through the Kindle Cloud.*
It’s true that we are all carpenters; we are all building something. We are building families, marriages, careers, relationships, and legacies. Do we have the right type of tools and instruction to build the life we want? You can learn about these power tools for life in the new e-book “The House that Richard Built” by author James D. Smith, a regular contributor to the blog here on AllStarPress.com
God has told us that He has “plans for you: plans to prosper you, plans to give you hope and a future.” (Jer 29:11)
If God has these great plans for you, wouldn’t you want to build the awesome things that He has in store? The House that Richard Built will take you on a life-changing journey into the world of a master carpenter! Some of the things you will learn in this powerful life guide: What it means to “measure twice and cut once,” what to do when the roof comes crashing down, how to ensure you’re building on the right foundation, how to focus so you hit the nails, and much more! Lessons you will learn in The House That Richard Built include:
- Start with a plan
- The foundation must be strong
- Measure twice, cut once
- While it was still dark
- Focus on the nail
- No pain, no gain
- If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right
- You can’t do it all
- You can’t judge a “house” by its cover
- Nothing survives the fire!
- Book sense but no common sense
- People do you wrong, do right anyway
- When the roof comes crashing down
- Gone fishin!
It’s your life that’s always under construction. This book is the power tool you need to ensure that you build an awesome house, not just for you but also for your friends and loved ones! Author James Smith learned the lessons that he shares in this book by working with Richard, his stepfather, as a young man. In his life, he has been a soldier, a high school teacher, a college instructor, a trainer, and a graduate Bible student. He combines his varied life experiences and the skills of carpentry with biblical wisdom in a way that readers will find both useful and refreshing.
With sincerity and openness about his own life mistakes, James helps his readers identify and apply life lessons that will help them build the life that God has planned.
Download “The House that Richard Built” today and share it with your friends. You will not regret the day you learned the lessons of a carpenter.
* The Kindle Cloud is no different than reading a book online. No special software or reading device required.
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