41 Will Come
By Chuck E. Tate
Holding on when life gets tough – and stating strong until a new day dawns.
God is with you. Your story is not over. You are not defeated. In the Bible, it rained for 40 days and 40 nights. But day 41 came and the rain stopped. The people of Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years. Then year 41 came, and a new generation entered the Promised Land. For 40 days, Goliath bullied Israel and dared anyone to fight him. Day 41 came, and David slew the giant. Do you see the theme? Don’t quit. Don’t give up. God will come through for you. Perhaps you’re stuck in a downpour or lost in one of life’s deserts. Maybe you’re facing someone or something that could take you down. No matter where you are on your journey, your 41 will come – it’s on its way. A bold declaration of faith, 41 Will Come is a shot of encouragement and hope for everyone in the midst of life’s battles.
Chuck E. Tate is the founder and lead pastor of RockChurch, a growing and thriving congregation in the heart of Illinois. Before planting RockChurch in 1998, Chuck worked for a national youth ministry in Tusla, Oklahoma. Chuck and his wife, Annette, are the parents of Savannah and Ashton.
*I was given this book to review by the publisher, all thoughts are my own.
My Thoughts: I’ll say it again and again. Life is hard. Often that’s what my mother told me after a particularly bad day, and I’ve heard other mothers say it to their children. Of course as you get older problems seem even harder. 41 will come is a direct analogy between Noah’s Ark and your own life as well as the phrase “the darkest time is just before dawn’ and is a great motivation piece. 41 Will Come is filled with motivation scripture regardless of your current situation. The chapters are split up, not for struggle types but as a way to get through a struggle, and can apply to may problems. If you like Lay it Down or Too Many to Jail you’ll have to read 41 Will Come.
41 Will Come