I picked up a Charles Spurgeon book from the library called Till He Come.
It's very powerful, especially opening my eyes to some aspects of communion that I had never considered. (Communion is not a subject I have given a great deal of time to. It always seemed mundane in my church growing up, like a ritual rather than something more.) I had heard (and read quotes) by Spurgeon before, but this is my first time reading one of his books, and it's clear why he is a popular theologian. His mix of information and poetry paint a picture that has such soul and emotion behind it. Sometimes I get caught up in the study of theology and forget the heart that must beat behind it. Spurgeon puts that heart right on the page and never forgets the core of our God, even while teaching.