Lots of people claim to be Christians but few practice what Christianity demands, the pages of this book make the path of least resistance to define who is a Christian. The Christian life is an extraordinary lifestyle, which denotes that Christians are not supposed to live unchecked or freely like every other person. In our world where every individual is the master of his life, and morality and spirituality streaming to the drain without temerity left with Christianity to bring back weak Christians to its fold, this book gives guidelines on how Christians should contain themselves. It also plays up the cheap grace myriad of Christians lean upon for their salvation, and what true repentance means to the Christian faith. It also exposes the underlying greed behind the preaching of tithing, and also the people that merit the spiritual right to receive tithes.