FAITH AND TIME: Deal for Nurtured Growth is a book made available at this opportune time, when the world is on the verge of unusual happenings. The global society is inundated with crises, moral decadence, natural disaster, death, among others. The lives of people are more and more under siege and life expectancy steeply falls. Such is the situation of the world; hence this book constitutes a palliative and clue to people on how to survive the weird and stunning occurrences facing humankind.
This book is tailored towards opening people’s eyes to the realities of life. It is a truism that there are forces operating in this world, and as such, these forces constitute the strength and the weakness, the making and marring factors and the seemingly insurmountable albatross trailing human existence here in the world. However, this book channels your mind to the eternal truth that God Almighty is the creator of the universe. It is through him that all human kind shall work out salvation. He holds the key to our progress and success.
This book is tactically structured into parts, with the substance of the book worked into chapters of varying degrees and lengths. Part one dwells on the concept of ‘Time for Manifestation’, which is to the effect that time is essential for one’s faith to manifest. This is faith in God Almighty. Instances are drawn from biblical stories of Abraham, Job and others, who displayed unflagging faith in God. Part two espouses the concept of ‘living above the mark’ and thereby saying no to mediocrity in all its appalling ramifications. God lifts any person to a place of grace and success. It is through the fear of God that a person enjoys God’s blessings; for it is said that the fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom. Part three beams light on the vital role the Holy Spirit plays in Christians’ lives. For a person to be filled with the Holy Spirit, he or she shall conduct himself or herself in obedience and righteousness. The peak of this part is the sounding note of warning that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. It weaves an emphatic conclusion that anybody who desecrates his or her body is dispelling the Holy Spirit from his or her life; and that spells doom for him or her.