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Reviewed by Philip Van Heusen for Readers' Favorite
Compounded grief is grief multiplied. Pastor Stanley Moore endured and triumphed over compounded grief that occurred over almost a year. During that time, he lost his daughter to domestic violence, his younger sister to cancer, another sister to a sudden onset disease, and his mother to age. One death in a year can drain the life out of someone, but four in less than a year is devastating. Pastor Moore has written Can God Trust You with Trouble? to share how he overcame the grip of grief by the grace of God. Pastor Moore informs the reader that storms should not be wasted but should be the platform for growth. What one learns in a storm will impact their life forever. What may seem like something terrible is sent by God for our good.
What do perfection, correction, and reflection storms have in common? They are all discussed and explained by Pastor Stanley Moore in his book Can God Trust You with Trouble? Everyone who has ever lived has faced storms. Some more than others, but storms are one of the common denominators of human life. Pastor Moore has seen more than his fair share of storms but has come through each one by holding onto the hand of the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2 Corinthians 1:4, we are told that God comforts us in our times of trouble so we can comfort others. Pastor Moore learned this lesson well and wrote this book to share how to find comfort in Christ during your storms of life. This book’s insights into the reasons for pain and suffering are priceless. If you have ever faced trouble or know someone going through a storm, this is the book for you. I highly recommend this book to all.