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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Spirituality
  • Language:English
  • Pages:378
  • eBook ISBN:9781667858012

Straight Up

A Matter-of-Fact, Forthright, Candid, Blunt, Plain-Spoken View of the Way Things Just Might Be

by Abraham Adams

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Overview
In Abraham Adams' debut, the thought-provoking "Straight Up" provides a deep dive into the existential questions of mankind and our relationship with God. The serious talk is seasoned with Abraham's own brand of humor to bring about an enjoyable daily "take" on life. The work covers 17 topics that address one's relationship with God: where to see his presence in everyday life. It will likely make you think. Ultimately, THAT is the purpose of "Straight Up". Utilize this book as a daily devotional based on it's insightful personal introspection that will, yes, make you think.
Description
In Abraham Adams' debut, the thought-provoking "Straight Up" provides a deep dive into the existential questions of mankind and our relationship with God. The serious talk is seasoned with Abraham's own brand of humor to bring about an enjoyable daily "take" on life. The work covers 17 topics that address one's relationship with God: where to see his presence in everyday life. It will likely make you think. Ultimately, THAT is the purpose of "Straight Up". Utilize this book as a daily devotional based on it's insightful personal introspection that will, yes, make you think.
About the author
Brett Arseneault - writing as Abraham Adams - resides in a 110-year-old home in the Founder's Grove neighborhood of Bloomington, Illinois. He has a passion for writing about Man's search for God in the everyday, and although this would seem to be a serious topic, he injects comic relief as he sees fit.