"Is it really possible to live a godly life?"
This book considers the most imposing query of many young Christians. Jesus Christ, in His Sermon on the Mount, emphasized the necessity of a holy or nobler life than that of the sanctimonious people. He said, "Except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the Scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no case enter in to the kingdom of heaven." Moreover, Jesus said, "Be ye perfect even as your father is perfect."
Any inquisitive person may wonder, "Is it possible to live a life of such perfection as God is demanding?" Youth and the young in Christ may wonder if such godly life, as necessitated by Christ, is a reality. Many people, though outwardly appearing to be still, may be struggling with contradiction inwardly. Some might have even come to the conclusion that godly life is humanly impossible. Most appallingly, some may even be thinking that all believers in Jesus Christ are hypocrites.
This book demonstrates, through the important truths from the Holy Bible, that godly living is a reality, and it is possible even in these days to live a godly life.