Review of Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk About God’s Deliverance
As a member of the Harper Collins book review team, I get to choose the books I want to review, so you can guarantee when I see Beth Moore’s name pop up, I’m going to choose that book over all others 100% of the time. Today, I’m reviewing her book “Get Out of That Pit.”
Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk About God’s Deliverance is not a brand new book. Instead, this is the 10th anniversary of her original publication in 2007. Like always though, reading a book by Beth Moore provides fresh insight, even if you’ve already read it multiple times. This is a paperback copy divided into ten chapters, with a new section in the back comprised of scripture prayers, and a discovery guide with reflections and applications useful for a book or study group. There’s also a new introduction from her husband Keith.
As always, Beth Moore provides a mixture of humor, Godly wisdom, and straight talk. She leads the reader through the different types of pits we are prone to fall into and how we are able to overcome them with God’s help. This is a book for every woman. With every book I’ve read by Beth Moore, reading is like sharing a cup of coffee with her across the table. She makes you feel loved and adored, and as though she is speaking straight to your heart. Most of all, she shares how you are not alone…that if she was able to make it out of her own pit, anyone can…but only through the help of our Savior. I highly recommend this book to all of my readers.
“I waited patiently for the LORD: he turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear and put their trust in the LORD.” Psalm 40:1-3
Book: Get Out of That Pit: Straight Talk About God’s Deliverance
Publisher: Thomas Nelson (July 11, 2017)
Available from Amazon and other book retailers.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book for review purposes. I was not asked to give a favorable review; all opinions are mine.