WE ALL HAVE DISAPPOINTMENTS. BUT WHEN THINGS ARE GOING PRETTY WELL, WHY DOES THE GOD-FAITH-RELIGION-CHURCH THING MATTER?
• Why do we need God when we seem to have all we need?
• Isn’t religion just what old, poor, and sick people use to feel better about themselves?
• Isn’t church just a bunch of hypocrites—or, at best, people like you and me?
Christianity is often styled as an answer to our problems, particularly for those who have no options left. But what about those who seem to have everything going for them? Who are well off, well fed, well educated, faced with many different opportunities, and apparently doing OK?
The truth is that we don’t have to hit rock bottom to need God. No matter how good—or bad—life might seem, God still calls us to follow Him. This book ponders seven reasons life is better with God—when things are bad, God can make them better; when things are good, God makes them better still.
The truth is that God not only matters; He loves us and cares for us.