Do you feel like your life is a barren wilderness at the moment?
At times, areas of our lives can become like a wilderness. Grief, bereavement, loss of hope, testing, anger, rejection and pain all play their part. But God loves to come alongside us during such times, to transform our desert experience and renew our joy. This 40-day devotional journeys into the desert areas of our lives and into God’s wonderful promises and love.
No matter what you are going through, there is hope!
God desires to bring renewal into the dry, barren areas of our lives and turn around that which presently seems irresolvable. He is the God of the impossible and is able to turn our wasteland into a fertile pasture, with the foundational truths of His love and the promises of His care and help.
Are you thirsty?
Thirst is a primal need. We cannot survive physically without water and when we feel thirsty, the relief we experience from drinking is profound. In the same way, God can quench our inner thirst, which goes deeper than our physical need. We thirst for meaning in life – for fulfilment, love, beauty, hope, truth and ultimately God Himself. Only God can truly satisfy our longing.
Through this book, learn how to engage more deeply with God, especially during the wilderness times, and understand that He is always with you, longing to bring you relief from suffering and refreshment for your soul.
What others are saying…
“There is a quiet power to these meditations, like a thunderstorm on mute … I sense a Voice rumbling through the gentle words. Listen for that Voice … it offers joy in the midst of life’s trials.”
“Tracy has one of the most beautiful and intimate relationships with the Lord of anyone I have ever met, so I can highly recommend this devotional. I’ve watched her survive many desert experiences herself, so she definitely knows what she’s talking about!”
JENNIFER REES LARCOMBE
“Tracy invites us to sit a while and hear the assurances of the God who holds us in our wilderness times as well as in easier times … the rich words and reflections on Scripture in this devotional will be a blessing to the weak and weary.”