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Reviewed by Kimberlee J Benart for Readers' Favorite
Come What May, He's Always God is a collection of forty lessons, testaments, or articles by Gladys G Ford suitable for personal or group Christian study. Five of the articles are from other authors or sources. All are well referenced to scripture quotations using the King James version. The topics, content, and length vary, as well as the approach and complexity. While the lessons address serious topics of Christian faith, bits of humor are sprinkled throughout. “In our ever-changing world,” Ford writes in the Dedication, “it's wonderful to know that our God is God, He is God alone, He is God enough, and He changes not.”
Ford authors books on Bible lessons with the hope that they “will aid in preparing God's people for His coming and cause them to focus on what will matter most to them when they stand before Him.” Come What May, He’s Always God is a collection that would be useful to anyone who studies the Bible. In a couple of places, the choice of the translation may nuance the points of the lesson. That said, there’s a great deal of food for thought, discussion, and meditation in the content.
I enjoyed the easy to read narrative style which is approachable and direct. The author offers serious Bible students the kind of in-depth approach that will please those who take the Bible seriously in all its parts, not just the parts they enjoy the most. The rich spiritual rewards are worth the journey. “Somewhere along our individual journey,” Ford writes, “we learn that life is not like a bag of trail mix where we pick our favorite pieces and pitch the rest... God wants His people to be continually changed and renewed... those who love and serve God will have eternal retirement benefits that are out of the world!”