“What makes a book great instead of just good is the degree to which it gives glory to God. In Blight Or Blessing, Pastor Wright directs our gaze upward when life hurts. Instead of asking “Why me, God?” his readers are encouraged to ask, “How can I use this trial to serve you, God?” Much of what is presented as Christian teaching today promotes the false idea that God exists to make us happy and successful. In contrast, Pastor Wright presents the biblical teaching that we exist to bring glory to God and sometimes He determines the most effective way to do that is through experiencing trials. Those who read the book and take it to heart will see their trials from a whole new perspective and begin to use their trials in a whole new way!”

—Larry Nocella, Pastor, Camden Baptist Church, Wellington, Ohio

Blight or Blessing
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—Larry Nocella, Pastor, Camden Baptist Church, Wellington, Ohio

“What makes a book great instead of just good is the degree to which it gives glory to God. In Blight Or Blessing, Pastor Wright directs our gaze upward when life hurts. Instead of asking “Why me, God?” his readers are encouraged to ask, “How can I use this trial to serve you, God?” Much of what is presented as Christian teaching today promotes the false idea that God exists to make us happy and successful. In contrast, Pastor Wright presents the biblical teaching that we exist to bring glory to God and sometimes He determines the most effective way to do that is through experiencing trials. Those who read the book and take it to heart will see their trials from a whole new perspective and begin to use their trials in a whole new way!”