We are all born for a purpose, and the road we must travel to fulfill that purpose may bring us struggles. We are being fashioned upon God's potter's wheel so He can use us for His service in His kingdom. We must lay aside our own selfish agendas and desires and say yes to Him. When we reach out to others, our needs will be met. Psalm 37:5 says, "Commit thy way unto the Lord; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass." This book contains thirty stories of people in the Bible. Some of them followed their paths with joy. Others were successful for a while but became puffed up with pride and fell. Some strayed from their purpose and lived in fear until they got back on track. If you look closely, I'm sure you will find yourself in these stories. Nannette Dalton lives in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a graduate of Miracle Valley Bible College in Bisbee, Arizona. In 2004 she traveled to Zimbabwe, Africa, where she taught in a conference on prayer. She was privileged to see the Lord manifest Himself to His people there in a mighty way. "My family is very close knit," says Nannette, "because we pray together. My grandmother taught us to pray by example."