The book is about the goodness of God in all situations. It examines how we expect great things from God without wanting to give Him the praise that He deserves. It postulates that the law of reciprocity demands that as God is dutifully faithful to us so must we also be dutifully faithful to God. It explains that, in as much as our great expectations are in order, we should, however, not withdraw our worship of God when the anticipated blessings and miracles are not forthcoming. Our hope, the book argues, must be firmly cemented in this God no matter what we are passing through. This is so because our God is `the Hope of the hopeless` and `the Help of the helpless`. The book also enjoins us to worship God without any strings attached – in poverty as in prosperity, in lack as in plenty, in sickness as in good health, in shame as in fame, in failures as in successes, for better or worse and that, under no circumstance should God be relegated. This is against the backdrop that He, forever, remains unchanging, unchangeable and unchallengeable. The seven-chapter book gives 35 tips on praising God. It endeavours to disseminate the message that `God is beautiful for all situations`. The book postulates that when you put absolute trust and hope in God, He will, among other things, make you to live to your potential; release unto you extraordinary good success; give you ultimate breakthrough; endue you with power from above; give you emotional stability; turn you into a charismatic personality and bless you with positive emotion and positive life. The book is also laced with words of wisdom and inspiration from renowned writers on every page. At the end of each chapter are also practical exercises that are designed to enliven the spirit of the reader. I am cock-sure that reading this book will give you a new experience that you will not forget in a hurry.