First Line Fridays: Be the Hands and Feet by Nick Vujcic

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Good morning friends!

Welcome to First Line Fridays, hosted by Hoarding Books!!!

The book I’m featuring today is:

Be the Hands and Feet by Nick Vujicic

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Nick Vujicic is truly an inspiration. He is a man who has no arms and legs but has a passion for everyone to know Jesus Christ as their Savior. The author shares his own stories and experiences of how he shares his faith and encourages readers with ways how they can do the same. It is definitely one of the best books that I’ve read on the topic of evangelism. Be sure to check out my full review!

And the first line is:

Your first thought upon picking up this book is probably: How can a person born without any limbs consider himself to to be the hands and feet of Jesus on this Earth?

Let me know your first line in the comments & then head over to Hoarding Books to see who else is participating! Join us too!

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13 thoughts on “First Line Fridays: Be the Hands and Feet by Nick Vujcic

  1. Such an inspiring man.

    Here’s are the first couple lines of a Love Inspired Suspense I finished recently but haven’t featured: Her head throbbed and grogginess gripped her. She rocked as if on giant waves. (from Thread of Revenge by Elizabeth Goddard.

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  2. Incredible testimony! On my blog, I’m featuring Serendipity by one of my favorite authors, Cathy Marie Hake. Here, I’d like to share a line from the 30th chapter of The Captivating lady by Carolyn Miller, which is the book I’m currently reading. “The hope filling his heart leaked out the next day when he saw the way Charlotte barely looked at him.” May you enjoy a blessed, joyful, and restful weekend.

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  3. I love that you featured this book. I really want to read it!

    I’ll share the first line from my next book on my TBR pile. “The Lost Castle” by Kristy Cambron. I love her books and will read ANYTHING she writes. 🙂

    “Crumbling walls were rare, beautiful things.”

    Have a great weekend!

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  4. One wonders about the rest of the book. On my blog I am featuring one of my favorite author’s book that tells you how words will effect an person perception of a person or an event. I am reading THE AWKWARD SQUAD by Sophie Henaff. The FL is “Paris, August 9, 2012 Anne Capestan was standing at her kitchen window waiting for dawn to arrive. She drained her mug in one gulp and set it down on the shiny green tablecloth. She had just drunk her last coffee as a police officer. Or had she?”

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  5. What a perfect first line to follow the title.

    I’m sharing the first line from Karen Witemeyer’s The Love Knot from the Hearts Entwined novella collection on my blog, so here is the first line from her previous Ladies of Harper’s Station novella, Worth the Wait:

    “Are you sure it’s safe?” Victoria Adams stared down at her exposed right leg as her friend Grace Mallory fit the Remington Model 95 over-under double-barreled derringer into the small holster affixed to her garter.

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  6. The book you are featuring looks like it would be very inspirational!

    I’m currently reading Why I Hate Green Beans by Lincee Ray. The first line in the introduction is “I can’t recall the first time I tried green beans, but I do know I have decided to hate them forever.”

    I hope you have a great weekend!

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  7. Over on my blog, I’m sharing the first lines from the three novellas in A Night in Grosvenor Square. It’s a new Timeless Regency Collection. I’m 1/2 way done, and I’m loving it so much. Currently, I’m starting chapter 5 in the second story, so I’ll share that first line here:

    “In spite of Anne’s attempts to distract herself from thoughts of Davis Whitledge, hours of repetitive work allowed her mind to drift.”

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  8. Great first line, and an inspiring story. Have a great weekend!

    I’ve shared from The Lost Castle by Kristy Cambron on my blog, but I’m currently reading The Heart Between Us by Lindsay Harrel. I’m really enjoying it. Here’s the first line:

    “Amy says in order to move forward, I have to stop clinging to the past. But it’s not that simple.”

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