Here’s a book that is inspiring and thought-provoking. The discussions therein draw one to the experience of the past upon which the present can be built and the future can be planned.
It is directed to all those who continually seek spiritual comfort, but are continually disturbed by the end-time discomfort of this troubled world.
The book will be of great value to the dispirited, an encouragement to the discouraged and an upliftment to the fallen.
Read what a reviewer wrote about the book…
The timeliness and appropriateness of a book like this are witnessed by the practical realities of the present times. The trials and tribulations that attend righteousness and holiness in the post-modern era are radically different from those during the early days of Christianity in that they are systemic and psychological instead of confrontational and coercive.
In this small volume, Rev. Christopher F. Mimiola takes the reader through the facts that the Christian journey commences with discipleship, which does not only integrate Christians into the household of faith but also enlists him as a Soldier in God’s army. In the third and fourth chapters, he contrasts the just punishment of the sinner with the rigour of discipline necessary to transform the Christian into the image of Christ.
Between chapters five and nine, he demonstrates the superior and eternal value of the end – the result of the discipline of faith, in contrast to the fleeting pleasure of sin.
In chapters ten and eleven he addressed the specific sins of gluttony and hypocrisy. He rounded up in chapters twelve and thirteen with a summary of the benefits accruing from the discipline of godliness, and the exceeding weight of the benefits, compared to the rigour of the trials.
I adjudge this book well-rooted in scripture; however, I strongly advise the reader to consistently read through the quoted scriptural passages, as this alone would enable each reader to grasp the fullness of spiritual truth which inspired this writing.
Very Rev. Dr O. O. Berekiah
Lecturer at the Department of Religious Studies,
University of Ibadan, Nigeria;
Specialist in Old Testament and Hebrew Exegesis
1st September 2018
Title: Why Me, But Who Else?
Author: Christopher F. Mimiola
Publisher: Chrisolam Communications Inc. (Nigeria & US)
Publication Date: January 1, 2019
Download: PDF format
Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Imprint: Chrisolam Communications Inc. (Nigeria & US)
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