Everyone faces times when it seems things could not get worse: those times when a marriage is falling apart, a job is lost, or an incurable disease.
Trials can be personal, emotional, positional, and financial. They can happen to people we do not know, to people we love, and to us. There are trials that could have been prevented and there are inescapable trials over which we have no control. How can we face these trials? How can we make it through these times when there seems there is no escape?
The answer is God. Author Cheryl D. Edris identifies this in each of the lessons found in Genesis in a book that is much more than a devotional. Providing readers with a practical, close-up look at principles that can be applied to everyday life and practical application of biblical history, Cheryl shares what God wants to teach his people, and how he wants to move in their lives.
In a detailed account of 'God's people' this in-depth study of Genesis shows how we as children of God were shaped, formed and perpetuated. God's people have always undergone trials both big and small. In this convicting and stimulating study guide, author Cheryl Edris shows us The Inescapable Presence.
Cheryl D. Edris enjoys being a wife, mother, and grandmother. She has served as a secretary/administrative assistant, youth director, Bible quiz team coach, Sunday School teacher, and musician. Cheryl and her husband, Gerald, currently reside in Marion, Indiana, where she works as a division secretary at Indiana Wesleyan University.