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What I Believe About You Paperback – April 16, 2014
About the Author
Some people look at me and say that I’ve lived a charmed life. I smile. They don’t know our story. Rape, homelessness, poverty, addictions, bankruptcy, business failure, overdoses, abuse, grief and loss have all been weaved into our lives. But along with that has come the beautiful presence of the only One who can make it all okay. So, yes, I have lived a charmed life. I am truly happy—happier than I’ve ever been, or ever imagined I could be. The fear that once haunted me is gone. I look for the anger which once boiled beneath the surface, and I can’t find it. The marriage that seemed destined for divorce is now better than it has ever been. Am I in denial? I don’t think so. I found something that I didn’t expect to find in a place I didn’t expect to find it. I found hope. I found peace. I found transformation. And now I want to share that find with you. That’s why I wrote this book. There is a mirror out there; if you find it, and look inside, you will be amazed at the person looking back at you. Author Dwight Clough Learn more about Dwight Clough and his work at EmpowerGood.com, DwightClough.com and TheEasyBible.com.
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A breakdown of the events prior to Jesus’ death and after, supported by the author’s commentary, interesting historical tidbits, and biblical cross references gives a clear picture of His earthly mission. In addition, Clough peers into the doubts, fears, and reservations of some Jesus’ disciples with insightful interpretations backed-up with scripture.
What I Believe About You includes a thorough chapter on the purpose of suffering via an explanation and analysis of the book of Job. The author also shares practical advice about following Jesus, things he has learned about life, why he chose to follow Jesus, and what to do when a Christian leader disappoints you.
What I Believe About You will appeal to new believers as well as anyone seeking clarity about why they chose to accept Jesus as their savior. I received a copy of What I Believe About You from the author with no expectation of a positive review.
I can appreciate how he takes this subject, strips away all pretense of any particular church or dogmatic religious practice, and gets to the heart of the matter all the while keeping it interesting enough so that a slob like me can read it in two sittings. Who’da thunk it?
Isn’t this the way it should be? No pomp, ceremony, glitter or pizzazz. Just rubber meets the road faith. That’s as real as it gets.
So yeah, I know Dwight, and as you get towards the end one might be tempted to think ‘Ah… there it is. He’s plugging his other work’. I can honestly and without hesitation say “Nope. Not his motivation.”
But don’t take my word for it. You don’t know me from Adam. Once you get into the first couple of short chapters, you’ll see what I see: A man who loves hurting people.
Wait. That didn’t come put right. You know what I mean.
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