Moral Power is a serious study of morality using the Bible. It is meant to be read in short sessions, as the reader finds interest.
Moral Power is based on a Bible verse from I Corinthians 4:20. "For the kingdom of God consists of and is based on not talk but power (moral power and excellence of soul)."
After the introduction there are three chapters that describe "moral", "power" and "excellence of soul". Then the Ten Commandments are used to develop the reader's personal concepts of moral power.
The book is based on Bible verses with short, clear interpretations using everyday concepts. Each of the Ten Commandments has a separate chapter using a central theme concerning the commandment.
The chapters do not need to be read in order. Chapters of interest may be picked and other chapters considered at another time.
The reading is for personal application and the reader should read for what relates to him or herself.
The book is to be used to develop a person's moral might. The concets of "moral power", "excellence of soul" and "moral might" are defined in the introduction to part one.