Wilderness Wandering

Wilderness Wandering❰Read❯ ➵ Wilderness Wandering Author Stacy Reaoch – Oaklandjobs.co.uk Our broken fallen world is marked by a constant struggle for contentment In the difficulties of each day we can be prone to complain and think the grass is greener on the other side We can doubt God Our broken fallen world is marked by a constant struggle for contentment In the difficulties of each day we can be prone to complain and think the grass is greener on the other side We can doubt God’s goodness and his plan for us especially when our path is dark and we feel lost in the wilderness of lifeThe Israelites’ journey to the Promised Land was a journey much like our own Fear discontentment and a failure to trust God plagued the very people he had miraculously delivered from slavery In this gospel centered devotional busy women will find encouragement through the ups and downs of life as they glean insights through daily readings short teachings and personal reflection uestions for each day The chronological readings through Exodus and Numbers will allow women to see God’s big picture plan of the Israelites’ trek through the wilderness while finding hope and wisdom for their daily trials of life God’s mercy judgment faithfulness and sustaining grace through hardship will come alive as women see parallels in their own lives with the journey of Moses and the Israelites These devotionals will guide women through a significant portion of the biblical storyline while steering them to find contentment in the only One who will truly satisfy. At the time I am writing this these days of COVID 19 definitely feel like a certain type of wilderness wandering Discontentment want and uncertainty characterize my mindset and feelings In Wilderness Wanderings Stacy Reaoch helps us find contentment in the desert times of lifeAbout the AuthorAuthor Stacy Reaoch is a pastor’s wife and mother of four In her writing for various ministries like Desiring God and The Gospel Coalition as well as the writing in this book you get a sense of experienced wisdom and a deep understanding of the Word of GodThis book consists of 25 devotions that follow the wilderness journey of the Israelites on their way to the Promised Land With every chapter including a Scripture reading from Exodus Numbers or Deuteronomy you are invited to travel together and see the parallels in your own lifeNo Wasted WordsThe book is just about 125 pages so Reaoch wastes no words in helping to explain the Biblical text and show how it connects with you Typically 2 or 3 reflection uestions are included at the end of every chapterDuring my own experience of the COVID 19 pandemic several chapters stood out to me Chapter 7 Idealizing the Past helped me fix my eyes on God’s character and not my current circumstances He is good sovereign and faithful Chapter 16 The Grass Isn’t Greener exhorted me to find my satisfaction in God aloneTimeless TruthsWhile this book was written well before the events of COVID 19 the truths it contains are timeless They will always be a ready Word to speak into your difficult days situations and circumstances The Israelite’s story is relevant for our present reality And our God is still sovereign and in control caring loving and shepherding his peopleI received a media copy of Wilderness Wanderings and this is my honest review