This book encourages Christians who may be struggling in the current economy. Even those who are not in the midst of a struggle will find this book to be very uplifting. In this remarkable book, the authors stress that many Christians are living significantly below their privilege of being a member of the “Royal Priesthood.” The authors say: “Many Christians live as if Christ came, died and was resurrected, and said, 'I've done My part, I've given you eternal life, you are on your own now, do the best that you can, and I'll see you in Heaven.'" The book is subtitled “Living the Believer's Life of Privilege: Ten Weeks of Personal Study” and points believers to the Scriptures that speak of God's presence with them in this journey, so that the Scriptures can encourage believers. The authors draw on their collective teaching experiences by making this book a systematic teaching tool that facilitates learning and daily applications.