It is anointed godly writing of truth.
I highly recommend it for believer or heathen…oops! Said a naughty…
It proves what I’ve always thought: excellent content about the Lord plus good writing is always worth reading. The book is what I call in my head [never in public, of course] chick-lit. To me that means it’s all about relationships and no one does anything. But for this type of hard-hitting book about “what is faith?”, relationships are all that matters.
Then there’s the little Biblical thing, that we don’t get to take anything we do with us. But I’ll not think about that.
As Jeremy said the other night [at least I think it was him]: