I was cautious at first expecting this book to be a repackaging of his earlier works, and of course his main themes are present. However there is a timeliness and urgency in the message that set it apart from his books which already grace my shelves. The warmth and folksy genuineness of his delivery captured me long enough for the power of his message to begin to clear away the black pall that had settled over my life. He recognizes that things are bad and people are hurting, but he persists with his indefatigable message that God is good and things can and will be better. Some people may consider his message sugar coated, but I think the sweetness of his words is there to cover the strong tonic that underlies them.
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