Get Back Up by Sheryl Giesbrecht – A Book Review

Get Back UpGet Back Up: Trusting God When Life Knocks you Down
By: Sheryl Giesbrecht
Wheatmark, 1760 East River road, Suite 145,Tucson, Arizona 85718
978-1604948547, $ 12.95, 2013, 176 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Journey of Spiritual Discovery – Finding Personal Identify in Christ

“Get Back Up: Trusting God When Life Knocks you Down” combines the story of Sheryl Giesbrecht’s spiritual journey, her rebellion as a teenager, her conversion experience and the life transformation that follows. Her writing is permeated with positive re-enforcement, hope, Biblical truth, practical application, and heartwarming illustrations from real life stories of overcoming courage, endurance, and perseverance.

The material is well organized, formatted with the reader in mind, and rich in its focus on life changing principles. The chapter summaries are a helpful tool for previewing the material of the 10 chapters packed with practical pointers for assimilation, application, and action.

The study questions at the end of each chapter add to the value of the book as a study guide for personal or group use. These questions are thought provoking, accentuating the Biblical illustrations and life lessons for meaningful and rewarding contemporary Christian living.

Sheryl understands the reality and hurt of rejection and the feelings of loneliness that led her to discover the transforming freedom found through forgiveness and the rejuvenating power of prayer. Her writing resonates with the sense of her quality relationship with the Lord Jesus.

Although “Get Back Up: Trusting God When Life Knocks you Down” is written with women in mind, the principles introduced are applicable for anyone, man or woman, and are life changing.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

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