Wisconsin Author's New Book Guides Readers through Trials

   “Everyone’s life has been affected by pain of some sort.  Pain and sorrow do not pick, choose, or discriminate based on whether we are young or old, whether we are male or female, whether we are rich or poor, or even what nationality we are. Just being alive in this world makes us all eligible to experience pain, agony, and sadness.”  So how do we choose to deal with the pain that comes our way?  Do we get angry and tell God this isn’t fair?  Do we try to work through it on our own and merely hope that we will make it through and come out better on the other side?
   The Lord’s Book, written by Wisconsinite Sherry Koehn, is a testimony of Sherry’s own “winds of life.”  It is a resource of Scriptural truth for any of us who are God’s children and who have accepted Jesus Christ as our Savior through His work on the cross, to help us apply the truths of the Bible so that we can come out on the other side of our own “winds of life” as stronger, more faithful, and more committed followers of Christ.
   Koehn says in the dedication part of her book that “through the Lord Jesus Christ, we can all experience joy and peace, even in the midst of the trial.” The Lord’s Book takes the reader to the Bible over and over again (the intent of this book all along) to show us how we can and should personally apply it in the midst of our ...

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