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God's Good Works: Stories to Treasure and Tales to Ponder is a work of non-fiction in the current events, Christian theology, and anthology subgenres. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Lorilyn Roberts. The author offers a collection of inspirational devotionals with a focus on the Kingdom of God and the imminent return of Jesus. These stories span over a decade and provide readers with messages of faith, hope, and spiritual reflection. The book is divided into two parts, with the second half exploring the concept of the Kingdom of Darkness in the context of current events and scripture. The author delves into pandemic and post-pandemic events, raising questions about their significance in relation to the return of Jesus and the emergence of a New World Order.
Author Lorilyn Roberts has crafted a work that offers big-picture thinking about the state of the world from a Christian viewpoint but also relates this to her own personal challenges and her own journey to walk with Jesus. Roberts shares her personal struggles, including a bitter divorce, infertility, and breast cancer, and these experiences become the backdrop for her reflections on faith and gratitude. The narrative style is passionate but friendly, like a faithful friend on the sidelines who encourages readers to embrace a more selfless and spiritually focused mindset. The essays are varied, well-organized, and offer a thought-provoking viewpoint on contemporary events, with a perspective on current happenings from an eschatological viewpoint that will certainly engage the devout from cover to cover. Overall, God's Good Works is a powerful and accessible read for those seeking to understand the intersection of faith, current events, and personal growth from a deeper perspective.