[p. 18] If read with the full intent to know God more, the answer to his prayer will find its fullness in you.
Throughout the book, Reeves adopts a writing style of repeating and building, repeating and building. For some this may seem a weary read, but I argue that it is necessary. What is continually repeated is that the Father loves the Son, and that love is through the Spirit. This is repeated in every chapter and built upon so that one understands: if the Father were God alone, there would be no love because it would be a selfish love; the Son has always existed with the Father so that there is One who loves and One who is loved; there cannot be love with a mutual Spirit of love. Love is found pure in the Trinity; and because the love the Father has for the Son was so beautiful and pure, it was shared through creation and given to the creatures made in His image. In that love we have the beauty of creation. We have the beauty of salvation. We have the beauty of a Christian life empowered by the Spirit, given by the Father and Son, because of love.