Famine by Charles R. Swindoll Nehemiah 8:1-12; Mark 12:41-44; Acts 13:44-48 The word hangs like an awful omen in our heads. Mentally, we picture a brutal, grotesque image. Cows’ hips protrude. Babies’ eyes are hollow. Bloated stomachs growl angrily. Skin stretches across faces tight as a trampoline. The outline of the skull slowly emerges. Joints swell. Grim, despairing stares replace smiles. Hope is gone . . . life is reduced to a harsh existence as famine takes its toll. Those who have seen it cannot forget it. Those who haven’t cannot imagine it. We are told it is coming. “It’s only a matter of time,” declare the experts.Read More →