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Reviewed by Doreen Chombu for Readers' Favorite
No Uh-Ohs in Jesus by Alexys V. Wolf is a Christian devotional study guide that answers questions about faith, trials and tribulations, and the will of God. The author begins with a lesson about the history of who had dominion on Earth and when they had it. The book discusses the authority we have as God's ambassadors and how He wants what is best for us, loves us all unconditionally, and sent his Son, Jesus to die for our sins. The author introduces the concept of the inner man and the outer man and how God allows tragedies as a trial to strengthen our faith and trust in Him. Alexys gives examples from the scriptures like Elijah and the widow, Joseph, Jesus, and Job. Finally, Alexys provides an overview of how anyone can come into the Kingdom of God.
No Uh-Ohs in Jesus by Alexys V. Wolf answers many questions about calamities and trusting in God. The author refers to many Bible verses and other books, which showcases her thorough research and passion for the topics she covers. The book has a smooth flow and is easy to follow and understand. It is well written, with each chapter building on the next and personal notes sections. This made it engaging because readers can write down what they understand and recap the chapter in their own words. The lessons are for everyone and are non-denominational. Whether a non-believer or a believer, everyone will find something that resonates with their lives. I loved reading this book and recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Gospel of Jesus and about the Will of God.