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Reviewed by Romuald Dzemo for Readers' Favorite
One More for the Kingdom? by Margaret Weston is an inspirational book that is loaded with wisdom and insight, a book that follows the journey of a curiously important character — and it is interesting to find out why — called Mansheart. Mansheart is a symbolic character, caught between his resolute desire to journey to the kingdom and the irresistible temptations of this life. Readers are introduced to impersonal characters — angels and demons — all working hard to win his heart. Can Mansheart listen to the voice of truth that calls him silently and follow the path to the kingdom without turning back?
In this inspirational book, the author leads readers into the heart of the message of the Gospel and its urgency, a message that had the power to anger people to the point they had to put Jesus on the cross. The author states that: “The message of the kingdom of God is not to urge us to try to find truth, it is a message to tell us to listen to the truth. God has revealed the truth to us in the person of Jesus Christ.”
Margaret Weston shows a great understanding of the Bible and comes across as an expert. Her compelling message will make readers rethink what they know about Jesus and His message, but most importantly, it will challenge their ideas of heaven and what it takes to get there. The book features historical and biblical references presented in a way that provokes readers’ thinking and sets their hearts on fire. The book combines heartwarming stories, biblical verses, and allegories to weave a spiritual message that is as relevant to our time as it is eye-opening. One More for the Kingdom? is a must-read for anyone who wants to take their spiritual life seriously.