A Farmer's Year: Daily Truth to Change Your Life
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Faith Like Potatoes, also by Angus Buchan, has met a need for devotional truth as evidenced by its faithful readership. Now comes a fine companion volume, offering reflections about the Christian path of discipleship. These are laced with striking stories and illustrations drawn from Angus's farming career, where life is a daily struggle against the elements, and is always unpredictable.

"How arrogant we farmers sometimes become when we see a beautiful crop of wheat or corn, and have the audacity to take the credit ... we plant, and do our best to cultivate, but we must leave the rest to God."

Angus Buchan is a farmer in South Africa whose profound faith has carried him through many crises both professional and personal. He now has an international speaking ministry. His life was the subject of a major film released in South Africa in 2006.

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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 384
Vendor: Monarch Books
Publication Date: 2007
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.75 (inches)
ISBN: 0825461839
ISBN-13: 9780825461835

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In farming, life is a daily struggle against the elements, and it is always unpredictable. Angus Buchan, a South African farmer of Scottish extraction, has learned from this unpredictability to rely upon God from day to day. "A Farmer's Year "shares the profound truths Angus has learned over many years of hard work. These daily readings will help you find courage and faith, bring you back to the true basics, and keep you in touch with God. "How arrogant we farmers sometimes become when we see a beautiful crop of wheat or corn, and have the audacity to take the credit," he writes. "We plant, and do our best to cultivate, but we must leave the rest to God."

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