This is not another book about marriage. The market is flooded with those. The Last Wedding is a Biblical overview of the importance of weddings throughout Scripture. The author takes a humorous, but important look at why weddings are highlighted in the Bible and what they mean for us today. This is what they don't tell you when you get married. Even if you're single, The Last Wedding is one you'll want to know about.
Dave Zuchelli is a man of extremes. He laughs until he cries (or worse). He rides a Harley. He loves with a passion, and he preaches like there's no tomorrow. So it's no surprise that he's written a book about some of the most intimate moments of a person's life.
Dave holds degrees from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He currently resides in Ashburn, VA and is the pastor of a small congregation l in nearby Great Falls.
He's married to a wonderful young woman named Denise, and between them they have four children and several grandchildren. We know she's wonderful because he says she has to be in order to put up with him.
For the past twenty years, he has been a tent maker in the tradition of the Apostle Paul (although he says the comparison undoubtedly stops there). He recently retired from his day job to spend more time preaching, teaching and writing.
If you'd like to know a little more, please check out his website, LiquidStatue.com. Dave is available to speak at your event and may be reached through the contact page of this site.
What do you do when you think God has answered your prayer, only to find out you were wrong? I guess you pray the prayer again and hope for the best. If the answer is a long time in coming, you have two choices. You either give up, or you keep plugging away...praying, waiting, and expecting. Answers to prayer can be far off into the distant future. Sometimes there are false alarms. Occasionally tragedy interferes. Eventually, fruition bursts onto the scene, and all is well. The time in between can be agonizing.
The Last Wedding
When Eve had her first son, Abel, she looked at him and said, “With the help of the Lord I have brought forth a man.” (Genesis 4:1) A man? We would call him a baby boy. What does she mean…a man? We need to remember this was the first baby. She had never seen such a small person. He looked just like Adam, but he was tiny. When she held him in her arms, she may have thought to herself, “Is this the one?” Would this be the one who would crush the serpent’s head just as the Lord had said? Maybe Adam as well wondered if Abel would be the one to defeat Satan and get them back to the garden. Abel wasn’t the one, but they kept trying.