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Everybody, Always by Bob Goff

“I want people to meet you and me and feel like they’ve just met everyone in heaven.”

Several years ago I read Love Does by Bob Goff and I was simply blown away by Bob’s energy and enthusiasm. Sometime later I was able to hear Bob speak at a student leadership conference and I was just in awe of him.

Why do I find Bob Goff so fascinating? Because he lives life with such passion and zeal. His love seems so authentic. He is not just putting words on the page or speaking goodwill to the masses. He is capturing life at its fullest and throwing it back to us.

I am very cynical person. I typically view Christian authors as opportunistic over authentic, but with Bob, I see genuine love for all.

Everybody, Always is a perfect follow up to Love Does. The book is full of amazing stories and beautiful calls for action. This book is a great challenge for a guy like me, who can become numb and disillusioned with the world.

I highly recommend this work to everyone. And, of course, here are some amazing quotes:

“Love isn’t something we fall into; love is someone we become.”

“Loving people means caring without an agenda.”

“What a shame it would be if we were waiting for God to say something while He’s been waiting on us to do something.”

“Most of us don’t need more instructions; we simply need someone who believes in us.”

“We don’t need to be the hero in everyone’s story. Jesus already landed that part.”

“Grace never seems fair until you need some.”