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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Believe in Me for I Am the Way is a work of non-fiction focusing on the Christian faith and the search for peace and balance and was penned by author Richard DeGiacomo. In this well-structured work on Christian living and belief, the author discusses the many benefits of following the ways of Jesus Christ as a means to cope with modern life. Discussing important factors such as the existence of God, the meaning of true happiness, and our right to choose in a world of free will, this is a work that Christians can rejoice in and take much heart from.
Author Richard DeGiacomo has created a useful work of non-fiction which I could easily see on the coffee table of many Christian households, always there for a moment’s reference and a renewal of faith in difficult times. The search for peace and happiness can be difficult in modern life, and the author acknowledges this with his empathetic narrative, like a counselor speaking to a person truly in need. This compassionate voice extends into the advice and arguments put forth in the work, not preaching but convincing, and compelling with good evidence and quotation. I particularly enjoyed the section on hope and overcoming difficult times, which was handled with a great deal of understanding and used well-constructed, inspiring phrases that stick in the mind. Overall, I would certainly recommend Believe in Me for I Am the Way to all readers who need guidance on how to learn from Jesus and find peace in their lives.