What can keep a spouse in a tough marriage when friends, co-workers, and the world counsel divorce? What can keep a man in ministry when every fiber of his being says, "Get out?" And what can keep a man from suicide and turn him to confession and repentance for years of dishonest living? It's not his human nature. That tells him to divorce, to leave the ministry, to take the easy way out and avoid the shame of owning up to his lies-in other words, to commit the error of taking matters into his own hands. No, there is another way-living for the glory of God. My way or God's way? This is a question of huge-perhaps eternal- importance. After all, choosing the human way is how Moses forfeited his passage into the Promised Land. Given God's direction to speak to the rock to bring forth water, Moses yielded to his human nature, struck the rock, and died in the wilderness with his stiff-necked flock. We are every day faced with choices to deal with life God's way, to His glory, or (strike the rock) our way. Learn from this book and from Moses' example how to live for the glory of God and not strike the rock.