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The book is generally about life as a Christian but it's taken from three different aspects. The first being from an unsaved point of view where someone is perhaps considering becoming a Christian but find themselves floating on the periphery, undecided, confused, desperate to make a change in their lives but with so many questions and anxieties clouding their vision. The book addresses these very real anxieties and issues by empathising and putting into sharp perspective the reality and importance of this life changing decision.
The second aspect that the book covers is the new convert, whom have recently given their lives to God, but though they've made the commitment to becoming a Christian, they are now unclear as to what their roles should be, how to conduct themselves, which bible or what particular scriptures to read, what the church immediately expects from them and more importantly what God expects from them. These and many more questions are dealt with in as down to earth manner as one just coming into the faith could hope for, with helpful tips and transparent honesty.
The final aspect is from the long term Christian point of view. Here is where the reality of church life becomes very clear. The book brings to light the fact that even seasoned Christians are not infallible and some routines, practises and rituals are not always agreeable with everyone. Brother Wayne Comprehensively deals with many aspects of church life including fasting, praying and tithing, all delivered in a bitesized, digestible format, allowing the reader to deal with each individual issue at their own pace. Each point is backed up with corresponding and helpful scriptures.
The most pleasing aspect of the book overall is its simplicity. It's written in a way that can be understood by even the most intellectually challenged, but at the same time able to be appreciated by the well-schooled and affluent.