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Need Direction? Ask God: Five Biblical Principles for Turbulent Times is a work of non-fiction in the religious and motivational sub-genres and was penned by author Dennis Blue. The work is intended for the Christian reading audience. It contains the real-life story of the author’s own tragic experiences in life, as well as an account of how he utilized core principles from the Bible to overcome obstacles and improve his sense of inner fulfillment. What results is a highly fascinating memoir and guidance work that is sure to keep readers turning pages as they too become inspired to ask for God’s wisdom in turbulent times.
Author Dennis Blue has crafted a heartfelt and emotional work of non-fiction with plenty of sage advice and spiritual guidance to offer readers. One of the features I found particularly impressive about this piece was the author himself and his attitude to the twists and turns that led him from the busy life of an executive to the quiet idylls of fishing. This is a metaphor for the tranquility Dennis Blue purports and achieves within his writing, and it is a sense of peace that many readers will undoubtedly want to learn how to achieve. The advice and guidance given alongside Blue’s anecdotes provide practical and straightforward help, intending that you start small and stick to the plan until positive progress slowly tips the scale. Overall, I would highly recommend Need Direction? Ask God to fans of confident and honest narrators, books about healing and coping through faith, and Christian readers everywhere.