Writers call it “the take-a-way.” What is the “take-a-way” of a book?
I am in Wisconsin now, where “Forget-me-nots” blanket the woods in May.
What does God speak to you from The God of All Comfort that He wants you to remember? That He wants you to “Forget-Me-Not?” What two or three sentences might you put in the inside cover of your book?
I’d love to have sentences that were clear, concise, and contained a word picture, like the many we saw in the psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs used in this book, for word pictures stay in your heart.
I’m eager to hear your final “take-a-way.” What do you want to “Forget me not?”