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“My wife and I have read and reread every word in this book. It was like God’s voice to us in one of the toughest seasons in our lives. Don’t stop because it’s dark. Read this book, and follow the proven steps of a man who lost everything but lived to recover it all.”—Jentezen Franklin
Nobody knew adversity like King David.
He was called and anointed to reign in life, and yet he had to find a way in God to keep from losing it all. In What to Do on the Worst Day of Your Life, Brian Zahnd looks into the life of David to discover a pattern of faith we can apply to overcome life's daunting obstacles.
In David's story we find a timeless model for how to encounter God's restorative power in the midst of deep tragedy. Join Brian Zahnd, and see what David did on his worst day.
You'll see David weep but not get bitter. You'll see him reorient his vision and regain his passion. All along the journey you'll be reminded that God's great work in David's life was not an odd, one-off miracle but a pattern of faith for all who are facing the worst day of their life.See all Editorial Reviews
One of the best books I have ever read. I give it out to people all the time. thank you for making it so affordable so that I can share the benefits with other people.Published 7 months ago by Piggies
Great faith-based book to read when going through those rocky points of life. Very readable and not at all boring. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mari
The way the steps and content are weaved around the Ziglag story to the abundance of God's grace and salvation. A great gift and your own keepsake. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Angie
A timely and meaningful book, Biblical truth, Scriptually sound. Read it at a very needy time in my life. Encouraging.Published 15 months ago by Patricia Franklin
If you're going through a tough time, this is a great read. We did a group study with it for our friend who had been hit by a car. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Debbie Kelly
this is one of the greatest books i have read about the life of David and practical information as to how we can handle tragedy in our lives. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Douglas Webb
This book helped me get over the loss of my brother & sister. & helped me get my life back on track from my drug addiction.Published 19 months ago by david hall
A good look at what to do when trouble finds you. Everyone suffers and this is a helpful look at what you can do to cope and recover. Thoughtful and encouraging.Published 20 months ago by Dawn Brockmeier