Get Out of That Pit reflects on Psalm 40:1-3. In the book, Beth Moore reflects on her heart-rending journeys to the pit but also what God has done since. He has given her a new song and freedom found in Christ. As she shares this with the reader, the same promises are given to the reader.
As always with Beth Moore’s books, this book is easy to read because of the conversational style. I do not agree with all the points she makes, as I never do. So I recommend keeping the Scriptures in mind and seeking them out for yourself. To be honest, there were no revelations here in this book for me. But this book had me thinking about the pits in my life and reflecting on those pits. It seems like I often need the reminder of needing to forgive. I also need the reminder to move on. This book did both of those. Beth Moore had me thinking on a lot of these things, on how we fall into different pits and trials in our lives and what we must do to get out of those.
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