Not that kind of starvation- the starvation that comes when worship, prayer, scripture reading, and ministry are either wholly ignored or only occasionally enjoyed.
There’s a famine in the land- but one of our own making and it has resulted in the spiritual emaciation of the vast majority of Christians in this country. It’s why so many are powerless, weak, and incapable of the smallest spiritual victory.
And worst of all, most Christians know they are spiritually malnourished and they simply do not care. They’re starving their souls to death, and it does not matter to them.
It’s sad. But at the end, unsurprising, since none less than Amos spoke about this very sort of famine in the 8th century BC-
The days are coming- declares the Lord Yahweh- when I shall send a famine on the country, not hunger for food, not thirst for water, but famine for hearing Yahweh’s word. People will stagger from sea to sea, will wander from the north to the east, searching for Yahweh’s word, but will not find it. ‘That Day, fine girls and stalwart youths will faint from thirst. (Amos 8:11-13)
Those days have come, not because God has sent it but because Christians have made it happen themselves. We are reaping what we have sown.