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Kwaku Mensah Publishes Book that Renews Christian Call to Bring Back the 10 Commandments

Like many Christian authors, Kwaku Mensah sees the signs of the times and genuinely thinks that American society really needs to get back to God. His book, “God Cares, But Do We?” shares both his lamentations and solutions to the many problems he sees afflicting modern society, from violence and racism to infidelity and sexual sin.

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“Through the gift of poetry and rhyme, Mensah digs deep into the reciprocal nature of respect, listening, and taking responsibility for our own actions.”

There was a time when many American Christians were demanding the return of the 10 Commandments to schools, along with God and the Bible. In recent times, authors like Kwaku Mensah have renewed that call. In his own book “God Cares, But Do We?” he makes his own impassioned case for it.

Like many believers, Mensah looks upon modern humanity and sees a lot of wrong things going on. There is much violence, racism, infidelity and disobedience. The words he writes in “God Cares, But Do We?” attempts to tie this all to a rejection of the 10 Commandments and the removal of the Bible from children’s education.

His treatise on the current situation of modernity reads heavily like a dedicated sermon, laced with a rhythmic and spoken structure. It proclaims that the presence of much suffering in the world is not because of God does not care, but rather individual people who refuse to be keepers of others in the greater human family. The illnesses reside in the rejection of the Commandments, of Christ and of God.

“God Cares, But Do We?” presents the 10 Commandments and the teachings of Jesus, his own take on them, then declares them to be without any flaw that should prevent them from being taught to today’s youth.

Overall, it is a book that is meant to help people reclaim their faith and get back on the right path. Mensah knows that it’s not easy, but it is certainly necessary. If not, then things would only appear to get worse.

“God Cares, But Do We?” by Kwaku Mensah is currently on its 4th edition. The book is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

God Cares, But Do We?
Author | Kwaku Mensah
Published date | February 1, 2021
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.
Genre | Christian

Author Bio
Kwaku Mensah is a 48-year-old author, father, and grandfather. When he isn’t writing, he enjoys repairing computers and putting his IT skills to work.

Reigniting faith in God is very difficult, but it is also essential to a successful life. As you grow up and try new things, you might start losing faith, and your belief may diminish. Such faith may lead you to do many bad things and procrastinate on work or relationships with other people.

The best among books on God will make you feel more responsible towards life and find ways to deal with your struggles. No one says this will be easy, but it is essential, and Kwaku Mensah is determined to help you find your faith in Him and turn your life around.

It is not easy to reignite faith in God, but anything can happen if you want it bad enough. So never lose hope; keep believing in yourself and seek God’s help. He will always come through for you when you need him most.

God is great and is always here to help you in your thick and thin. The book will guide you to find a solution to your problems and get yourself back on track. He is the only higher power that can help you, and all He needs in return is your total faith in His plan. We all are His creation, and it is our firm belief that God is the only one we need to make our life better

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