It's not uncommon to feel as though we're spinning our wheels as we navigate desolate spiritual territory. We want life and vitality, but find ourselves parched, wondering why our spiritual existence seems so dry.
What marks the difference between a resounding victory in the wilderness and a total disaster? It all comes down to understanding the nature of our journey and responding in a manner that honors God. The fifty-two devotional readings of this book will challenge and inspire you to grow in God's grace by aligning your perspective with heaven's paradigm.
The reasons we enter a spiritual wilderness may vary, but one thing is certain: you are not alone! The Creator of all things is at work and wants you to emerge as a flourishing champion of the Christian faith. Why are you waiting? There is no better time to begin than right now!
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Table of Contents
Stage One - Understanding the Nature of Your Journey
Stage Two - The Wilderness Faith Walk
Stage Three - Finding Rest, Purpose, and Security in Desolate Places
Stage Four - Journeying with a Purpose
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Absolutely worth the read. Thought provoking. So easy to understand. The author takes you on a journey with yourself and God as your guide who knows the wilderness better than anyone. Hope this author publishes another book soon.
One of the best books I’ve read. Bob Santos is the author and also the founder of Search for Me Ministries. The devotions focus on our spiritual health, our faith, and our purpose. The 52 chapters can be read one a week or one a day. Because there is so much value in our spiritual wilderness experiences, I highly recommend this book for every Christian. You won’t want to part with it so here’s a great gifting book. Each devotion begins with a bible reading; it ends with a probing question, action step, closing prayer, and further reading. Many times Bob includes personal life stories. I also have to say that I love the cover design! Excerpt from Chapter 8: I’ll tell you one thing about fruit: you will never see a fruit factory. Isn’t that right? You see a shirt factory, but you see a fruit orchard. You see, there is not fruit without life. You cannot manufacture patience. This chapter addresses spiritual maturity in our wilderness experience. Looking at the fruitfulness of Genesis 1:26-28 as it includes the spiritual in addition to the physical – “Fruitfulness, at its core, is about reproducing who we have become.” Where does God want your character to go?