"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." — Charlie Dyer
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 walk with us through our wilderness.