“But You, Who Do You Say That I Am?: Jesus, A Friend or an acquaintance?” by Kettly Hogu is highly praised by The US Review of Books

The US Review of Books (USRB) evaluated the book written by Kettly Hogu, titled “But You, Who Do You Say That I Am?: Jesus, A Friend or an Acquaintance?” The book was highly commended by the reviewer, Barbara Bamberger Scott, who highlighted, “Her readers will undoubtedly want to study and discuss her work as they search for a closer connection with God and his Son.

Book reviews provide a summary of the book’s content, evaluate its value, and recommend it to other readers. It increases the chances of gaining readers as well as increasing the visibility of the book. The more the book has a positive review, the more it gathers attention. The US Review of Books is one of the US-based contemporary book review publications run by professional reviewers and editors. They analyze every qualifying book that is released without regard for the work’s author or publisher.

Kettly Hogu is a former Elementary school teacher who resides in the US. Her hobbies include writing, family gatherings, and reach-out ministry. Kettly served as a deacon and later as the head of the Trustee Board at First Baptist Church of Randolph, MA, from 2001 to 2011. Then I took part in the reach-out ministry of the Potter’s House of Dallas, TX, during the year 2015. She also worked in different managerial capacities in the corporate world. Currently, Kettly is self-employed and works in the Early Childhood field.

“But You, Who Do You Say That I Am?: Jesus, A Friend or an Acquaintance?” is not just a motivational book but also a narrative that tells the story of the author’s devotion to God. Self-reflection and self-evaluation are two events that occur in every intelligible human being at a certain point in life.

In assessing ourselves, we look for ways to approve or improve it for a better quality of life. Often, this self-assessment would focus solely on monetary acquisitions. Living our lives to the fullest is suitable for all mankind. It’s a great objective to strive for, and it’s very important to assess our spiritual life from time to time and strengthen this beautiful relationship with the Lord, Jesus Christ. This sacrificial death of Jesus happened only for one reason: To reconcile the world with the Master of the Universe.

Our spiritual health depends greatly on our spiritual wealth, for God is Spirit. The questions to ask yourself are the following: Can you testify about Jesus? And if so, who do I say that He is?

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