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Reviewed by Chris Fischer for Readers' Favorite
In a wonderful new entry into the field of Christian literature, debut author Andy Daugherty has provided his readers with a thought provoking and spiritual read that many will appreciate. Before God's Face: The Discipline of Coram Deo truly brings to light the question of how to live a life that will bear the fruit of an effective faith, and provides study and and skill on that very question. Truly an enlightening read, author Andy Daugherty's work can be looked upon as a guide to righteous living, but in a practical way that feels attainable.
I very much enjoyed Before God's Face: The Discipline of Coram Deo. As most people, I have experienced my share of failings; as a person, as a man, as a husband, son and father. Author Andy Daugherty's work led me to examine those failings and provided a guide not only for making amends, but also for avoiding such situations and improving upon myself. This book is a great work of Christian study, and any reader looking for something to assist them in their religious and ethical life building should definitely pick it up. The book is truly a guide and is one that should be taken seriously and with reverence. I highly recommend Before God's Face, and I certainly hope that Andy Daugherty is continuing in his work in this vein. He has a real talent with writing, and readers will be able to feel his passion for Christian ministry through his words.