This title is the third I have read by Bob George. While this book gives good advice on how to rest in Gods grace, it still does not equal the intensity of his best-selling work Classic Christianity. George continues his strong emphasis upon the believers ability to rely upon and to rest within Gods grace rather than striving and struggling in the Christian life.This work, like all his others, is very readable and easy to understand. The reader must keep in mind however, that George is speaking as a counselor, not a theologian. He is also coming from a background of having struggled with legalism, and having counseled with many Christians who had the same struggle. At times George overstates his case, possibly to jolt any readers struggling with legalism into a new understanding of a life dependent upon the grace of God.At this point, the only book by George I can strongly recommend is Classic Christianity. Once the reader has grasped the truths it presents, the need for this volume decreases. There are many other books on the market that do a much better job of enhancing spiritual maturity than this one.