What to Do When the Blessings Stop: When God Sends Famine
By Virginia Hull Welch
How do you counsel the Christian who never succeeds? Who loves home, business, family? Do you tell him to pray more? Study more? Keep up the positive confession? Is God angry? What hope do you offer? Or is this person you? Do you look back and remember a time, unlike now, when God’s blessings were a daily experience? Have you endured so many calamities that it seems as if an unseen force is arrayed against you, opposing you at every turn? If you’re beginning to believe that God has boxed you in, your problem my be famine, a spiritual rod God uses to correct.
What to Do When the Blessings Stop: When God Sends Famine provides guidance to help Christians recognize the signs of spiritual famine outlined in the book of Haggai. We’re not talking here about routine trials and tribulations that we all must endure. No, this is about the hitting-the-wall aspect of spiritual famine: when nothing you do prospers. What to Do When will teach you how to recognize spiritual famine in your life, the difference between spiritual famine and ordinary faith trials, how and why God sends famine, and what steps you must take to break its crushing effects off your life.