Embrace the Darkness
Darkness is defined as the partial or total absence of light. Darkness can be the ever-present feeling of being sad and without hope So why does God allow it? Perceptions of darkness have always been negative. So how can one perceive that embracing the darkness would be positive? H.G. Franklin is a prime example of using this approach in his life. Franklin gives a synopsis of a time of darkness during his life. He explains how he felt that God should have delivered him from this darkness - after all, he had been faithful, and he had a relationship with God. Why would God allow bad times, sad times, and all things negative (DARKNESS) to invade your life? H.G. Franklin gives personal testimony of how he found freedom through his embrace. He uses real-life examples and parallels his "darkness" to those who experienced darkness in the Bible, such as Joseph and Job. This book is encouraging and easy to read. However, it will challenge your present definition and perception of darkness. The author gives a refreshing account of how God took him through this process. Continue to read and allow this book to help you see the light that can be found in darkness. H.G. Franklin II is a native of Kansas City, MO. He is a loving fiancé, father and son, which he credits for his determination and perseverance. Having grown up in the church and sitting under the leadership of some great men of God, his passion for ministry was birthed early in life. He admits that he made choices in life that lead to various life lessons, some of which might have made others crumble. H.G. decided to Embrace those dark places in his life and allow them to become part of his purpose.