We are living in a land not our own. We are looking for a city, whose Builder and Maker is God. Along the way, there will be rivers from which to drink. These "rivers" will renew, refresh, and restore vision and purpose. But the "river" will not ultimately satisfy the inner longing of your soul. The "river" along the way must not be mistaken for the City of God we all seek. We must go on, not being content with the provision of the "river," no matter how exciting its rushing power and glory may be.
If you have enjoyed the "river," but cannot understand why frustration still seems to set in, you need to read this book. The "river" will never provide. Don't die in the wilderness. Learn how to go on in your experience with God.
About David Ravenhill:
DAVID RAVENHILL has worked as a missionary, pastor, and teacher for more than 43 years. His ministry has taken him worldwide. David, son of the late Leonard Ravenhill, has a passion to see the Body of Christ brought to maturity and intimacy with God. He and his wife, Nancy, live in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.