Wanting can be a positive thing. We want the best for our loved ones, right?
What else do you want? When do you want it?
We want what we want–Now! This book includes testimony of the author’s adventure to sell two houses in one year and to move to another state. She kept her faith in God and He was faithful. The author strove to not be found wanting in God’s eyes. She desired to retain her Christ-given fruits of the Spirit. She named her chapters after these.
You know, even God has wants. He wants our love. He wants our faith. There are many scriptures in this book including the main theme based one from the book of Daniel: “You have been weighed in the balances and have been found wanting”. God was judging a sinful king.
One Amazon review of this book says: “I found this book to be refreshing. We tend to get caught up in wanting things so easily (like breathing). Reading this book took me back to the story of Nebuchadnezzar, in the Bible. He was found wanting just like we do. I started catching myself saying I WANT a lot and had to re-evaluate my thinking process. I have to often remind myself that God is my Shepherd, I shall not Want.”