Too often we look for shortcuts in our relationship with God. But when life derails, we find that our view of God is nothing more than a patchwork of rumors and secondhand information - too thin to sustain us in our moment of crisis. In those critical moments, we can choose to walk away from God...or let our questions lead us home. When you decide to wrestle with God, to engage Him for yourself, you - like Jacob and Job, and David - will see rumors die and revelation come alive.
©2009 Glenn Packiam (P)2010 Glenn Packiam Music, LLC
"Digging through the ruins of a `house built on sand,' Glenn Packiam lays bare the shameless lies of a way of religion that is without foundations in Jesus or Scripture. But it is far more than exposé. This is an honest, personal, detailed story of a Christian leader refusing cynicism and embracing forgiveness and hope." (Eugene H. Peterson, professor emeritus of Spiritual Theology, Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., Canada)
Report Inappropriate Content