Take Three is the third book in Karen Kingsbury’s Above The Line Series. It holds the continuing story of Chase Ryan and Keith Ellison’s dream in changing the world through film. The relationship between Bailey Flanigan and Tim Reed. Along with the mending friendship between Bailey and, Cody Coleman. Although Take Three continues the life of the main characters, this book focuses a little more on Andi Ellison and the consequences of the choices she made in Take Two. Faith, love and relationships with God are restored and others are made stronger. Some friendships break and while others are rekindled.
I always say there is a little more truth in some fiction novels than, no truth at all.
I read Take One and Take Two already and both of them were great. The story just keeps on escalating. I would’ve written a review for Take One and Take Two, but I’ve just been so busy lately. I’ve been busy mostly with school, still aiming to get a 4.0 this semester, and with God. I’ve realized that God only wants whats best for me, so I should really want what’s best for me also. Why should I settle for less when God whats me to have so much more, to live life more abundantly (not money or acquiring material objects). I want to live for God, to do his will in my life. I just know God is going to do great things in my life and at the same time, great things in the lives around me, even those who I may not even know.
So as I said before I’ve been busy lately sorting my interests and my priorities, praying…and reading.
I almost forgot, in a previous post I was writing about feeling anxious about being accepted into a college internship program. Well…I didn’t get accepted. I was talking about the Disney College Program in Florida. I’m fine about not being accepted. There are probably a ton of reasons to why I was not accepted. What matters is that I know this is Gods will and I know that “… in all things God works for the good of those who love Him, who have been called according to His purpose.” – Romans 8:28