My Adonai has blessed me with a gift I wish to share with you in hopes that you wake up. Make a change as I am doing cause we need to make a difference in how we treat each other.
A Candid Review: What the Book Entails
Jesus came to give Himself as a sacrifice for all peoples so that humanity could escape their corruption and reconnect with God. This plan was announced at the beginning of human history, such that even the ancient Chinese knew of it. God signed it in the sacrifice of Abraham by pointing to Mount Moriah, where Jesus’ sacrifice would be provided. Then the Jewish Passover sacrifice was a sign pointing to the day of the year when Jesus would be sacrificed. Further details were predicted in various prophecies in the Old Testament. So why is His sacrifice so important? This question summarizes the whole Bible – it is its main message. The Bible declares a Law in Romans 6:23 when it states: For the wages of SIN is DEATH, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. The book entitled God Cares, But Do We? by Kwaku Mensah relates to this. Mensah shows that God does indeed care, and to honor our Creator, mankind must share in selfless love.
Through the gift of poetry and rhyme, Mensah digs deep into the reciprocal nature of respect, listening, and taking responsibility for your actions. In God Cares, But Do We? Mensah draws upon his own experiences to show how the root of suffering is mistreating one’s fellow men and women. This book reinforces that it is a choice to believe, and no matter what a person’s color, race, or sex, they too feel suffering and hurt as part of the greater human family. Thus, Mensah highlights that all people should be one another’s keepers and seek to earn the respect of those around them. Those who seek to be uplifted must first uplift others to know the true meaning of ascending to a higher understanding of the world. God Cares, But Do We? is a particularly impactful commentary on the ties that unite humanity in these uncertain times.
On the other hand, although God Cares, But Do We? addresses questions of religion and faith, Mensah’s work is meant for any audience. His exploration of morality and kindness for its own sake can apply to even those who approach ethical issues from a secular perspective. Appreciating the gift of life and treating your time together as a precious thing is not an inherently religious idea. Lots of book reviewers describe Mensah’s work as “eye-opening” and an inspirational resource that “gets you to think about things going on in the world today.” With a lyrical quality and Mensah’s beautiful use of language.
God is great and is always here to help you in your thick and thin. The book will guide you to find a solution to your problems and get yourself back on track. He is the only higher power that can help you, and all He needs in return is your total faith in His plan. The human race is His creation, and it is one’s firm belief that God is the only one humanity needs to make one’s life better.
About Kwakuh Mensah
Kwaku Mensah is a 48-year-old author, father, and grandfather. He enjoys repairing computers and putting his IT skills to work when he isn’t writing. Mensah believes that reigniting faith in God is very difficult but essential to a successful life. He stated that as you grow up and try new things, you might start losing faith, and your belief may diminish. Such faith may lead you to do many bad things and procrastinate on work or relationships with other people. He also conveyed that the best among books on God will make you feel more responsible towards life and find ways to deal with your struggles. No one says this will be easy, but it is essential, and Kwaku Mensah is determined to help you find your faith in Him and turn your life around. Mensah also implied that it is not easy to reignite faith in God, but anything can happen if you want it bad enough. So never lose hope; keep believing in yourself and seek God’s help. He will always come through for you when you need Him most.