CAVETIME - God's Plan for Man's Escape from Life's Assault by Jeff Voth
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A guide for any man to deal effectively with the difficulties and assaults waged against him in this life.
CaveTime is God's Plan for Man's Escape from Life's Assaults. When David was under assault and mere steps ahead of death, he escaped to a place that was familiar to him – the cave, a place of refuge. As a shepherd boy, the cave was where he heard the voice of the Lord, wrote songs and poems, and received his courage, strength, and boldness to kill the lion, the bear, and Goliath.
Through no fault of his own, King David of Israel lost all of his support systems, and even his dignity. He responded by escaping to the cave of Adullam. There he met with God and was transformed, along with the four hundred beleaguered men who joined him there. He left us a record of his struggles and triumphs in certain Psalms composed in the time of his cave-dwelling days. There was a clear pattern in the habits of David and those men that can build us up today, so that we might become the masculine wall of security for the people in our day, that they were said to have been in theirs. Jeff Voth has proven the positive impact of these habits in the lives of men in his doctoral thesis, and communicates these truths in clear language. Become a mighty man of God. Become a Caveman.
Overcome by the assaults of debt, distress, and discontentment, the greatest warriors of the day were also searching for a refuge – a place where they could find their strength, honor, and bare their souls without judgment. They found refuge and safety in the cave. Something happened in the cave, because later they were referred to as Mighty Men. Today men are under assault. Blitzed by cultural and spiritual expectations to succeed, most men feel they must present themselves as the perfect man with everything under control. They are defined by jobs, titles, bank accounts, houses, and cars. As husbands, fathers, and spiritual leaders, men are expected to instantly have all the answers. Believing the lie of the enemy of their soul, they become isolated, fearing they won't measure up. Men need a refuge, a place of safety, a place of escape. Come to the cave…God is waiting for you there.