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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
As a Watchman Waits is a short and succinct work of Christian thinking and devotional advice, penned by author Simon Cockshutt. Designed for its readers to experience a spiritual journey with the work of the Bible as their key reference point, the volume includes many passages along with commentary and considerations by the author. The sections are designed as a kind of coffee table daily book, where small lessons can be digested and carefully thought about rather than the whole thing being read in one sitting. In this way, author Simon Cockshutt hopes to develop the reader’s thinking and approach to life with the help of guided Bible study.
I can see that this book would be very helpful for those seeking reintroduction to the faith, or those who are having a hard time and require a renewed sense of faith in their lives. For those who already feel their faith strongly, the structure of this work offers great reminders for reflection and meditation that would help bring order to even the most chaotic lifestyles. Author Simon Cockshutt is mindful of the variety of his audience, illustrating many different passages and concepts that can be applied to all different walks of life and situations. The general sense of the book is an uplifting message of hope, love, devotion and hard work which can be universally appreciated. Overall, those looking to explore the Bible and its teachings are sure to find much enlightenment in As a Watchman Waits.