A Box of Delights
J. John Stibbe
Monarch, 2002 - Religion - 223 pages
This wonderful storehouse of jokes and stories is a veritable treasure chest from two of Britain's best-loved Christian communicators. Intended originally for use by preachers, this inspiring and thought-provoking collection proved so enjoyable that it is now presented for a wider audience.
Although much is humorous, some material reaches for the heart rather than the funny bone. Some of the 400+ individual entries are longer selections while others are quick quips, but all of it entertains with a purpose.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - tgee - LibraryThing
This book is dreadful. Although it has the occasional useful story, it is mostly filled with painfully trite comments and a dozens of off-colour jokes. Many of those jokes I would be embarassed to ... Read full review