This was a really good book. It was recommended by a friend. I wish I would have read it a couple years earlier. I would highly recommend it to anyone that is in the beginning of their tribulation period.
I was given a copy of this very special little book just days into one of those "worst times of my life" and have purchased these I ordered to have for others.Reading it was a blessing and I am thankful that God placed it into my hands when needed as the person who gave it to me had no idea what had happened in our lives. Our God knows and provides for our every need.
I must offer the highest praise for the non-fiction title What To Do on the Worst Day Of Your Life by Brian Zahnd. This little book that derived from a sermon delivered by the author is a remarkable Biblical account from the life of King David of Israel that perfectly illustrates the response of a godly man to tragic circumstances, offering us modern-day believers a positive example to follow.The scene is set in Ziklag. David and his army return home to find their wives and children kidnapped and their homes ransacked. If you came home from a business trip to find everything you loved in the world gone or destroyed, what would you do? This book points you to the Word of God to instruct you in what you SHOULD do.