I call this a simple review of The House That Jesus Built because it is an attempt to be brief yet helpful, succinct yet complete. Dale Ralph Davis tells in such a few, plain talk kind of words the beautiful story of Christs body, the church, what it is, what it does and how it does it. A marvellously warm and straight forward statement of the beauty of God's plan for His redeemed people's organization here on earth. The antithesis of the waggish saying, "why say in few words what you could say in thousands to confuse". Written more as a conversation than a dissertation. Short, easily read, and complete without being boring. A must read for the young Christian wanting to grow in grace, and a strong reminder to those feeling themselves already mature in the faith.