When I used to read in Romans seven where Paul writes about his struggle with sin, I would very much identify with his words... life for me was a struggle. Sure, I was a Christian, but the joy, contentment, and abundance that was promised in the Bible was not a reality. Financial hardship, relational frustrations, and confusion about what God expected of me were driving a wedge in my relationship with my Savior-and it needed to change What must I do, I thought, to move from a Romans seven life to a Romans eight Spirit-filled life, free from the burdens that were weighing me down? This book records the journey I made from that burden-filled life into a Spirit-filled life using the Biblical book of Joshua as a backdrop. You too can find this freedom by taking one simple step of faith into the perfect will of God James M. Holder: I find it funny when I read the author bio on the back of books. It's generally written by the author, usually contains his or her name, several letters behind that name, and a description of how qualified they are to be writing a book. For example: Greg Gregenblat, PHD; MSG; PPG, is a successful doctor and activist with 38 years experience in difficult matters. His family is wonderful and you are lucky that he wrote this book for you to read... Me, I'm just a working man whose goal in writing is to help people learn from my mistakes so that they might avoid making the same mistakes. I am happily married to Katherine and have an incredible son named James Jr. I'm probably not the guy who you think would write a book, but I did. Read it-and I hope it will help you.