It is innate nature of man to loathe change. No one wants to get out of their habits, addictions, practices and routines--they are so comforting. But a moment comes in everybody's life when they face the moral dilemma whether to continue basking in the comfort zone or to take a step for change. "How in Hell..." goads people to take the route for change, but in the right way. Not just this particular moment of dilemma, the book teaches us ways to overcome the familiar obstacles that we face daily and how to live a life of victory.
The author Wayne Sutton brings in his rich experience as a minister, teacher author and seeker of truth to make his argument look convincing. He knits his propositions around the two decades long life story of one character, Snyder. The upheavals he faces, the choices he makes, and the temptations he resists, provide the platform to the author to advance his arguments that surrendering our hearts to God remains the only way to find truth in the pits of hell. "The biggest obstacle we face is SELF", says the author "It is all about renewing our thought process through the Word of God and acting upon what you read".
Often we try to mend our ways by resisting the temptations that our addictions, cravings and habits give rise to. But in our battle to resist strong temptations we often end up as losers and fall to our old ways. "The decision to resist temptation is great; that is until the pressures of the habits and addictions overtake the worn-out soul".
We can truly change by yearning for change and that is possible by accepting our Savior, not by resisting temptations. The author convinces the reader that without the power of the Holy Spirit working in and through us, we will fail in our attempts to either change or be good.
The book is a must read for anyone who wants to take full control of his life through the authority given to us by Lord Jesus Christ.