Provision for Vision
About the Book
Life is a journey from conception to our passing. We go through dark times that can force us into humility to admit that we cannot do this on our own. Thankfully, there is Someone who can help. Our Maker’s blessing is available to us all, whether we live in a palace or on death row.
Provision for Vision is about the miraculous turnaround of a life heading for destruction. Author David Corby and his wife Yvonne, married for over thirty years, experienced a major descent in their relationship and fell deep into debt. Their marriage was saved by turning back to our Maker’s instructions for life. They now help others by witnessing to their experience in marriage, parenting, finances, and finding and following a vision.
Through frank and revealing testimony, David shares a compelling witness of a renewed living in Christ. Peace, joy, and restoration are available when we follow the guidance of the One who created us. Do you have a vision for your life? Our Maker is patiently waiting for you to turn back to Him. He will reconnect you to His vision and provide what you need to achieve it.
When I first heard of the title of Dave’s book, “Provision for Vision,” it seemed curious to me. I wondered what that had to do with a book on marriage. I then learned that in an effort to save their marriage, Dave and his lovely wife decided to put a vision board together depicting what they were believing God to do in their relationship and family. Once the vision was written down, God moved into action and supernaturally gave them provision for their vision. This book chronicles how God faithfully provided every step of the way on their healing journey. It will inspire and equip you to expect God to do the same for you! I not only recommend it as their Pastor, but as someone who has been married for 26 years. It may very well be your answer to prayer.
—Frank Santora, Lead Pastor, Faith Church
About the Author
David Corby and his wife Yvonne live with their children and grandchildren in Connecticut, having moved from England in 2009. As a visionary engineer, David enjoys the amazing satisfaction of creation. He gains great joy from family and working the garden but is happiest when at the computer applying his imagination.