Having been a Christian for as long as I can remember, I felt as if I was hearing the salvation story of Jesus Christ, His coming to earth, His death on a cross, and His resurrection from the dead on Easter morning, for the very first time. Graham has such a way with words that he easily captivates the hearer, or in this case the reader, with his story telling.
Graham details how the world is trying to snuff out the message of Christ. He speaks to the problem with backwards tolerance where we are to be tolerant of anything and anyone except Christians and the cross. He talks about our culture and how it offers a pseudo feeling of hope and change when Christ is the only One who can provide what we need. Graham details several recent events that have taken place as proof that our hope cannot be found in our world. With a hint of apologetics, Graham displays the historical Christ as the only begotten of the Father and the only hope for mankind.
This was a refreshing read. I couldn't help but think that this book is in many ways a soul winners guide to presenting Jesus and a lost person's guide to knowing Him. This is a must read for everyone.