From her first breath of fresh air beyond the pit, it has never been enough for Beth Moore to be free.
This best-selling author and Bible teacher who has opened the riches of Scripture to millions longs for you to be free as well—to know the Love and Presence that are better than life and the power of God’s Word that defies all darkness.
Beth’s journey out of the pit has been heart-rending. But from this and the poetic expressions of Psalm 40 has come the reward: a new song for her soul, given by her Savior and offered to you in Get Out of That Pit—friend to friend. This is Beth’s most stirring message yet of the sheer hope, utter deliverance, and complete and glorious freedom of God.
This is the first book I have read by Beth Moore. I was concerned by her popularity, that she pandered to an audience while compromising the truth of scripture. It’s a sell-out you see with many popular Christian authors. However, that isn’t what I found with this author.
Within the first two chapters I found a writer that knows the Bible. I had a list of at least three friends that I wanted to share the book with. I had copied and texted passages of the book to other friends, and I already had plans to read the book a second time with a highlighter.
This book is real and it is relevant. It doesn’t play the victim role, but speaks to those that have had bad things happen to them, and those that have created their own bad situations. The author doesn’t shy away from telling people to own their mistakes, and ask for forgiveness when needed.
This is a good book. Beth Moore is a solid Bible teacher. I recommend this book.
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