The Trust Diamond

 

Beginning with the moment life took a southward dip, the journey of learning to trust God in every aspect begins for Twink and Denny DeWitt. Twink goes back to the early phases of her life when “being good” and pleasing people was what she lived for, then brings her story forward to when she found true salvation through Jesus Christ.

Each chapter features a different facet of the Trust Diamond, with illustrations, and things to consider in one’s own life in areas of trusting God.

 

I’m not a big nonfiction reader, but this book held me from first page to last. A gentle balance of scripture, candid stories and humor left me in admiration for Twink’s work on the Trust Diamond. I related to many of the experiences and issues of trust. The scriptures drove home the points in a beautiful way, drawing me closer to the heart of God.

The openness in which Twink shared her shortcomings was powerful, leaving me wanting to take another look at myself.

 The Trust Diamond is a great book that breaks down the aspects of faith and draws you to complete trust with the Creator of the universe.

You can order a copy of Twink’s book here: twinkanddenny.com

 

For Him,

Sarah Elisabeth

 

Sarah Elisabeth Sawyer is an award-winning inspirational author, speaker and Choctaw storyteller of traditional and fictional tales based on the lives of her people. Get a free e-copy of her first book, "Touch My Tears: Tales from the Trail of Tears": Free e-book

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2 comments on “The Trust Diamond
  1. Sounds like a great read Sarah! Thanks for sharing your “finds”. I love allegorical or symbolic books- really gets my imagination going.
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    • Sarah Elisabeth says:

      You’re welcome, Cindy. I know Twink and Denny personally, and they have hearts of gold! But this was an unbiased review 🙂 I hope you get a chance to read their book!

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