Proverbs 9:16 (NKJV) — 16 “Whoever is simple, let him turn in here”; And as for him who lacks understanding, she says to him,
Folly’s counterfeit invitation. Folly mimics wisdom, giving the same invitation. (See Proverbs 9:4.) Spiritually immature people find it hard to distinguish between good and evil, false and true, especially when their sensual appetite is aroused and sides with the temptress.
Hebrews 5:14 (NKJV) — 14 But solid food belongs to those who are of full age, that is, those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.
Today’s email from the Pentecostal Publishing House featured a new book, A Light in Darkness: Stories of Grief and Loss.
I recommend this book for those who are experiencing the grief that accompanies the loss of a loved one or other emotional trauma. The book originated with a volume composed by Norma Clanton that was distributed to ministers who had experienced the loss of a spouse. This new work includes additional contributions for a total of thirteen chapters.
Susan and I were thankful for the opportunity to participate in this project. Susan’s husband, Robert Fuller, passed away in 2008. My wife, Judy Segraves, died in 2011. Both of us understand the grief that accompanies loss, and we have experienced the deep emotional healing that comes from trusting God in our sorrow.
Scott Graham introduces the book in the video below: