Jason G. Duesing narrates his compelling argument for the necessity of hope in this short essay on living in today's world. Duesing introduces the foundation of the audiobook in the first chapter, his sermonic delivery offering scripture and theological reasoning to call attention to the lack of hope in today's society. As the case for hope continues to be presented in five more chapters, listeners will find that Duesing's tone and pace rarely waver. A handful of times his delivery is marked with audible enthusiasm, specifically when he recounts memories of his own life. Though short in length, this pithy title sheds light on the cynicism many people encounter and offers hope through the knowledge of Christ. V.C. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2018]
Trade Ed. ChristianAudio 2018
DD ISBN $17.49
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