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A Voice in the Wilderness

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'The Bible is not a sterile Book immaculately conceived in some sort of mystical, holy vacuum. Though God is the ultimate Author, He used human writers as His instruments. And to interpret properly His Word we must enter their world....


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'The Bible is not a sterile Book immaculately conceived in some sort of mystical, holy vacuum. Though God is the ultimate Author, He used human writers as His instruments. And to interpret properly His Word we must enter their world. The bleating of sheep on barren hills, the mournful wail of a ram's horn trumpet on the temple steps, the harsh clang of sword hitting sword in epic battle hang like tapestries in the background of every page.' - Excerpt from A Voice in the Wilderness. Life's struggles can make us feel as if we're wandering in the desert, thirsty for hope and healing. Using Isaiah 40 as a backdrop, best-selling author Charles Dyer takes us on a journey through ancient Judea for a vivid reminder that others before us have known suffering - and, just as God was present for them in their pain, He will walk with us through our wilderness.
^we forget God's presence by our side. Like Peter trying to walk on top of the wind-whipped ^waves on the Sea of Galilee, we can survive life's storms as long as we keep our ^focus on the Lord. But all too often we take our eyes off Him and find ourselves ^sinking into a sea of despair, discouragement, and doubt. Thankfully, Jesus reaches ^out His hand to us, just as He did to Peter, to catch us before we go completely ^under (see Matthew 14:28-31). No valley is too deep, no mountain too high-or no ^sea too tempestuous-to keep God from coming to our rescue. Are you burdened by problems ^that seem overwhelming? Perhaps you feel alone in life's harsh wilderness-hemmed ^in on all sides by mountainous problems and valleys of despair. Or perhaps you feel ^as if you are drowning in a sea of troubles, struggling helplessly against the doubt ^and discouragement that threaten to engulf you. Whichever metaphor describes your ^current struggles, you must realize now that you are not alone. God has promised ^to come to your aid, bringing comfort and hope.

Life's struggles can make us feel as if we're wandering in the desert, ^thirsty for hope and healing. Using Isaiah 40 as a backdrop, bestselling author ^Charles Dyer takes us on a journey through ancient Judea for a vivid reminder that ^others before us have known suffering and, just as God was present for them in their ^pain, He will also walk with us through our wilderness.

'The Bible is not a sterile Book immaculately conceived in some sort of ^mystical, holy vacuum. Though God is the ultimate Author, He used human writers ^as His instruments. And to interpret properly His Word we must enter their world. ^The bleating of sheep on barren hills, the mournful wail of a ram's horn trumpet ^on the temple steps, the harsh clang of sword hitting sword in epic battle hang ^like tapestries in the background of every page.' - Excerpt from A Voice in ^the Wilderness. Life's struggles can make us feel as if we're wandering in ^the desert, thirsty for hope and healing. Using Isaiah 40 as a backdrop, best-selling ^author Charles Dyer takes us on a journey through ancient Judea for a vivid reminder ^that others before us have known suffering - and, just as God was present for them ^in their pain, He will walk with us through our wilderness.

CHARLES DYER (B.A., Washington Bible College; Th.M. and Ph.D., Dallas ^Theological Seminary) served for ten years as provost of Moody Bible Institute before ^becoming professor-at-large of Bible and host of The Land and the Book radio ^program. He is the author of numerous books, including A Voice in the Wilderness, ^What's Next?, The Rise of Babylon, and The New Christian Traveler's ^Guide to the Holy Land. His most recent book is Character Counts: The Power ^of Personal Integrity.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Comfort amid the Sand, Sweat, and Blood of ^Our Lives

2. The Comfort of God's Presence (Isaiah 40:3-5)

3. The ^Comfort of God's Promise (Isaiah 40:6-8)

4. The Comfort of God's Person (Isaiah ^40:9-11 )

5. The Comfort of God's Protection (Isaiah 40:12-26)

6.The ^Comfort of God's Power (Isaiah 40:27-31)

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'The Bible is not a sterile Book immaculately conceived in some sort of mystical, holy vacuum. Though God is the ultimate Author, He used human writers as His instruments. And to interpret properly His Word we must enter their world. The bleating of sheep on barren hills, the mournful wail of a ram's horn trumpet on the temple steps, the harsh clang of sword hitting sword in epic battle hang like tapestries in the background of every page.' - Excerpt from A Voice in the Wilderness. Life's struggles can make us feel as if we're wandering in the desert, thirsty for hope and healing. Using Isaiah 40 as a backdrop, best-selling author Charles Dyer takes us on a journey through ancient Judea for a vivid reminder that others before us have known suffering - and, just as God was present for them in their pain, He will walk with us through our wilderness.

-Publisher

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Charles H Dyer

Charles H. Dyer (Th.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is an Old Testament scholar and Provost and Dean of Education of Moody Bible Institute. He has traveled extensively in the Middle East, including visits to Babylon in Iraq. He is a licensed tour guide for Israel and has taken over 50 trips to the Holy Land. He writes extensively on how modern day events in the Middle East fit into the fulfilment of Biblical prophecy from a dispensational perspective in such books as What's Next?, The Rise of Babylon, and Storm Clouds On The Horizon.

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