Through The Fire
About the Book
Over a decade ago Gerald Crabb sat down at a piano in his home and began to play and sing a few lines of a song that was going over and over in his mind. “He never promised that the cross would not be heavy and the hill would not be hard to climb, He never offered our victories without fighting but he said Help will always come in time.” He knew at that moment that God had put something very special in his spirit. He didn’t know at the time how special it really was, and he had no idea that it would reach out to the masses. Now, after ten years of hearing so many stories and the testimonies relating to the song, he stands amazed.
He feels very honored to have held the pen as God gave the Message of hope and encouragement to his children.
These stories will amaze you and challenge your faith.
Throughout the sickness, pain, suffering, frustration, and even death, their faith and trust in their Lord never wavered.
Step by step, holding to the unseen hand of God he led them, Through the Fire.
About the Author
Gerald Crab was born in Rosine, Kentucky, a rural town, which is also the birthplace of Bill Monroe, the founder of bluegrass music. He began his ministry and preached his first sermon in a small church near Horse Branch, Kentucky, in the summer of 1973 at age sixteen.
Since then, he has pastored seven churches, two of which he founded.
Gerald has written over 350 songs. He was won multiple Christian music awards, including Song of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Publisher of the Year.
Gerald and his wife, Debi, make their home in Ripley, Mississippi. They schedule and conduct approximately 150 dates per year, which include concerts, camp meetings, and revivals.