With our world getting sicker and the days getting darker, what and where can we find the substance of our faith? What will guide us in troubled times when we are more concerned with the pleasures and the minutia of our daily lives?
With the watering down of the Word of God into today’s pop messages to please the ear, it’s no wonder the people starve spiritually when even the milk of the Gospel is gone. Herein, the author attempts to lure the reader back to the Lord’s table—to sup the wine, to break the bread, to consider what is the food of our Lord that we may spiritually be fed and grow into eternal life instead of the fast food of man hurriedly eaten to starve our souls toward an early death. This is one man’s journey into the mustard seed of his own faith.