Out of the Wilderness: God's Reminders for the Discouraged

Out of the Wilderness: God's Reminders for the Discouraged

by David Noland

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Overview

Imagine a nation rife with political divisiveness, economic chaos, and
religious confusion. Such was the state of affairs in the life of the nation
of Israel in the time of the prophet Elijah. A kingdom torn apart and one
man is the target of the angst of the blasphemous king. The prophet
stands in victory upon Mt. Carmel and the ravenous queen declares a
death sentence upon the rival for her allegiance. And he runs in fear.

Such is the life that many of us live today. Our nation is politically
divided. Our economy is in shambles. Tolerance for all things religious
has left us with a confused generation that is searching for hope.

If you feel like that lone voice crying out in the midst of it all looking for
hope, then these pages are for you. Drawn from his own personal
experiences in ministry and life, David Noland draws parallels between
the discouragement the prophet Elijah felt in his day and the
hopelessness that embodies the spirit of America today. He will offer
reminders of how the Almighty God is still in control and cares about
you. In the end, he offers a loving reminder of the hope that is available
for all to share, even in your darkest hour of need.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016201320
Publisher: David Noland
Publication date: 02/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 89
File size: 85 KB

About the Author

David T. Noland is a licensed Baptist minister and former
missionary, having served in Cochise County, Arizona;
Hong Kong; Cuidad Acuña, Mexico; and South Louisiana.
He knows first-hand the struggles of contemporary ministry
and seeks to be a modern-day Barnabas, a “Son of
Encouragement." He began the adventure of his life in
2007 by settling with his family in the beautiful Matanuska-
Susitna Valley town of Wasilla, AK. He and his wife have
four children, one granddaughter, and a grandson on the way.

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