Wilderness - How to Marry Jesus In 10 Years or Less

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Heb 11:38 The world was not worthy of them. They wandered in deserts and mountains and dens and caves of the earth...' This account in the Hebrews hall of faith sounds otherworldly, yet this book is the record of one family's journey through 10 years of homelessness and trial, as they dared to throw their whole weight upon God's faithfulness, and follow His leading, no matter the cost. The account challenges one's narrow understanding of the forerunner path and what a price they pay in forging a path for others to follow. As the Bride looks at the difficult days which lie ahead in an ever-darkening world, these pages provide hard-earned wisdom and encouragement for those who have chosen the narrow path that leads to life.We owe them a debt for walking it - and being willing to share it!
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  • By chrisbeadsatpolkadotcodotza
    Nov 8, 2017
    In reply to the harsh words in the review by Torrie : God calls each of us to a different wilderness experience, and this family's wilderness and what they were caused to confront, both within and without themselves, is the story God wrote through their surrendered lives. The repeated statements that the review from Torrie is not judgment is hypocrisy at best. Who are we to pass judgment on the message in someone else's story? At most, what we can do is read it and ask God to speak to us through it in the areas we need adjustment because we all see in part. I would encourage every honest Believer who understands we are in the end times and will need to depend more on God's amazing ways of providing than on the structures we have formerly leaned on in more peaceful times. He alone must be our shelter both spiritually and practically and let Him choose how the provision comes....
  • By Torri Lynzee
    Sep 23, 2017
    My thoughts after prayerfully reading the book are: Proverbs 19:22: a poor man is better than a liar. It's possible that those you felt were hypocrites were just poor in spirit, with enough of the WORD to help you but possibly felt offended & judged after you accepted hospitality then preached your faith message against the employment system they were part of that they just enabled them to help you. God or they could have provided you a fishing pole instead of pizza or God could have had Milo catch you a rabbit to skin and roast on a campfire. I am not judging you or them, just saying. You had the monthly $350 government assistance from the beginning so in reality you never really broke free from the government or the system because even those who helped you were entrenched in it. Our daily wilderness faith walk can be our job, our marriage, our children, any situation that requires a faith walk. The desert wilderness is symbolic, not just literal. My prayer is that God touches... More > the authors and each heart mentioned in the story, and teaches them that there are probably three sides to this story: the Homerless family, those that helped them, & God's. I saw two sets of hungry, homeless Christian wanderers dressed in soiled wrinkled clothing in need of baths & rest, the Homerless & their helpers all on a wilderness faith journey. GRACE IS GRACE, your faith commitment to poverty will not save you any more than a job will damn them to hell. Have you read Romans? We are all on a wilderness journey from religion to relationship. I'm not judging them or you, I can relate to your concerns about faith, work, & the church, & am trying to perceive their untold side of the story & keep both in perspective with the word of God. God allowed work & government & uses it for His glory. Pioneers experienced having to find food, safety, & shelter & designed the government, law & order to help keep people safe & provide for the poor knowing that not all are charitable. The New Testament says we should work, & Jesus paid taxes. Homerless family didn't refuse work but most of the book reflects a negative belief about employment in the world system yet a willingness to accept what others have worked for in that same system, then calling it faith when it can be twisted by any devil in hell & made to look like sloth & hypocrisy. I see true sincerity & faith expressed by all mentioned in this book, I don't judge anyone but am giving an honest balance review of the book.< Less
  • By Homer Les
    Aug 13, 2017
    Wanda and I have created a companion website for the book. You can visit us at
  • By Tiffany Smith
    Aug 10, 2017
    The incredible account of a family who all followed Jesus through the season of the cross. Tough read but their story is incredible. I would have gone crazy long before they did.
  • By Ruby Goldberg
    Aug 10, 2017
    Excellent book!
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