by Stan Toler,
David C. Cook, 2001
On the landscape of life, buzzards are inevitable—those challenging events and situations that encircle us, eye us as prey and swoop down to cause hurt and heartache. A late-night phone call delivering bad news. Loss of a job. Bankruptcy. Whatever form these buzzards take, the pain is excruciating.
In The Buzzards Are Circling, But God’s Not Finished With Me Yet, Toler takes a lighthearted look at some of life’s more serious subjects. Drawing from his own personal struggles, Toler offers a generous dose of encouragement for the troubled heart, helping readers find hope, joy, and peace, even in the most trying of circumstances. In chapters such as “When the Fountain of Youth Has Rusted” and “I Know I’m Lost, but the Scenery Is Spectacular,” readers will find the strength they need to face life’s difficulties knowing that God is in control.