Item description for Gotta Get'em Fixed!: Spiritual Ophthalmology 101 by Twila M. Belk & Rick Smith...
Overview Using her special gift of drawing spiritual applications from personal experience and strange things like box elder bugs and garbage cans, Twila creatively communicates important lessons and insights in her unique, down-to-earth style. * Learn how God can change your "skunks" into "possums" * See how "bad hair days" can be used to advance the Gospel * Get to the point of saying "Whatever, Lord!" when God asks you to do something "impossible" * Discover that you can't lose when your eyes are fixed on God In this collection of short, easy-to-read chapters, she serves up a meal of meat and potatoes marinated in humor that will leave your taste buds hankerin' for more.
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Studio: Winepress Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2002
Publisher WINEPRESS PUBLISHING #1453
ISBN 1579214290 ISBN13 9781579214296
Availability 0 units.
More About Twila M. Belk & Rick Smith
TWILA BELK, aka "The Gotta Tell Somebody Gal," is a writer and speaker who loves braggin' on God. In addition to Raindrops from Heaven, she has written or co-written five books and contributed to several others. Her most recent titles (co-authored with bestselling author Cecil Murphey) include I Believe in Healing: Real Stories from the Bible, History, and Today, and I Believe in Heaven: Real Stories from the Bible, History and Today.
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Awesome and inspirational Oct 29, 2002
My review's going to be just sliiiightly biased, since I've known Twila and the Belks for almost 16 years. Taking ordinary (and some extraordinary) daily events, Twila extrapolates (that's one of them there big honkin words) Bible lessons from them in an entertaining and edifying way. It's a good book for individual Bible study, or for the group experience--perhaps Sunday School. Kudos to Mrs. B!!!