|Size||9 x 6|
|Published||Cedar Fort 2018|
I think God inspired James Skeen to write "I Forgave You Yesterday: Receiving Christ's Atonement Daily" so I could read it. I live east of the Mississippi, so I would likely never have been blessed by Skeen's faith-filled-but-feet-on-the-ground views for striving Latter-day Saints if he hadn't written them down (with ghost-writing help from Laura Hilton, if I understood the dedication correctly).
I won't list the parts that touched me--I'd end up copying out the whole book. I'll just say I had one of the most fruitful discussions of my life in its margins; I underlined and/or wrote on virtually every page. I didn't always agree with Skeen, but he always challenged me at the deepest levels.
This is a truly precious book to me, beyond even M. Scott Peck's 1978 classic, "The Road Less Traveled" (which is really saying something--I loved that book). I expect/hope that the echoes of "I Forgave You Yesterday" will reverberate through my life forever. Many, many thanks, Mr. Skeen (and Ms. Hilton).