In an impeccably indescribable and inexplicable place called heaven, Lucifer throws the gauntlet before God. He challenges God to pick someone for one temptation-filled test.
God needs someone like Job for this test.
The world is a mess. God takes a back seat in the lives of many. Violence begets violence. Blood is meeting blood. The yawning gap between the haves and have-nots irks only a few.
The concern for the destitute drives a scientist, Dr. Decxtrose Epitoppe, to develop a highly nutritious drink from cellulose-wastes in the middle of this chaos. As a result, socioeconomic and health disparities drop drastically in developing countries. Unfortunately, Decxtrose's euphoria also plummets when the assistant pastor of their church unexpectedly discovers that Decxtrose's mother is a prostitute.
The church revokes Mrs. Epitoppe's membership, removes the senior pastor for advocating forgiveness, and promotes the assistant pastor to the helm for his bold exposE.
Soon, the fatherless Decxtrose becomes a suspect in the eyes of his family and the church. They find it difficult to ignore the power of genetics.
In this tumbling maelstrOm of a journey, Decxtrose tries to balance work, family, and God.