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It's easy to say we trust God to supply everything we need. But are we really prepared to live on the bread that Jesus offers? More often, we're like the 1st century Jews Jesus met, more concerned with where we can find our next meal, than partaking of the bread from heaven before us. In Manna, author Kevin Stirrat challenges you to depend daily on Christ for nourishment and guidance. When you do, you'll find He's able to use you like never before.
’Give us this day our daily bread...’These words from the Lord’s Prayer are beautiful and inspiring, but truly following them can lead to a terrifying place in our spiritual journeythe place of absolute dependence on God.Just ask the Israelites. Living on manna in the desert had to be scary. They couldn’t gather more than they needed or save any of it for later. Their bread was supplied one day at a time. Every morning they had to trust that God had provided what He promisedthe exact amount of manna needed for that day’s survival. Can you imagine? Every day their lives depended on a miracle from God. It is this kind of daily dependence that transforms wandering believers into great people of God.This inspiring book calls you to follow in the footsteps of the Israelites and allow God to take you to the terrifying, yet transformational, place of absolute dependence on Him. Instead of simply observing and being entertained by God’s miracles, you will be challenged to let go of your fears and doubts of living on manna and, like the Israelites, develop a level of trust with God that allows Him to use you in ways He was never able to before.Click here to download the Leader’s Guide and PowerPoint.
Kevin Stirratt is an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene. He is Vice President of Segue Foundation, Director of the Annual Fund for Indiana Wesleyan University, and an adjunct facilitator for Indiana Wesleyan University in the areas of New Testament and Business. Kevin lives in Fort Wayne, Indiana, with his wife, Diana, and their boys Andrew and Daniel.