When one goes through one’s “dark night of the soul”, one can respond in different ways. When the author entered what she calls her “valley of the shadow of death” and remained there for about five years, she chose to look up and focus on the light instead of being intimidated by the shadows in the darkness.
As every piece is unique, it should be approached as a devotional, not as a teaching or a story that one reads through from cover to cover. Bringing insight on so many different levels, every piece needs sufficient time to contemplate and meditate upon.
Lucille, with her husband, started the Shofar Christian Church and led the ministry for twenty years. She is also a music teacher.