The Girl’s Still Got It by Liz Curtis Higgs—-A Book Review

The Book of Ruth is absolutely one of my favorite books of the Bible. I have read Ruth many times and I always find something new within the pages that I had not noticed before. When I got the chance to review “The Girl’s Still Got It” by Liz Curtis Higgs, I jumped at the chance! I am glad I did.

I have read a few of Liz Curtis Higgs’ books which include, Bad Girls of the Bible and Really Bad Girls of the Bible and I enjoyed reading them. I knew The Girl’s Still Got It would not disappoint me and it did not.

Liz Curtis Higgs has put a different “spin” on the Book of Ruth. You not only “read” about Ruth and Naomi, you “live” each  moment of their life.  Step by step you walk along with them on their journey.  Liz Curtis Higgs does an incredible job of allowing you to live each moment of their lives and their journey with God.

She breaks down each verse of the Book of Ruth. She writes in such a way that you can see your life within the pages. Many times I would sit back and reflect on my life. Moments like when I first met my mother and law and how “scared” I was at first.  How my walk with God has “evolved” from the moment I accepted Christ as my Savior until now. I related to so many aspects of this book. I saw my life within the pages.

I liked at the end of each chapter there is a section entitled “Ruth in Real Life where real women share moments of their lives which go along with the chapter.  Liz Curtis Higgs also allows us a “glimpse” into her life as well. There is a Bible study at the end of the book which is awesome! There are so many parts of the book that I liked that I can not list them all. My advice to you is to buy the book and see for yourself.

To read an excerpt of the first chapter go here: Which Girl’s Still Got It.

To read about Liz Curtis Higgs and buy her books go here: Liz Curtis Higgs (The Girl’s Still Got It will not be available to buy until July 10, 2012)

She has an awesome video on YouTube that you must see: Ruth’s Righteous Rap

As Liz Curtis Higgs so beautifully said, “Even thirty-two centuries later, her shining example of boldness and faithfulness still blows us away”. Yes, Mrs. Curtis Higgs, Ruth still blows me away and your book allowed me to walk along her journey step by step. Thank you for writing such a wonderful and beautiful book. Who would think a book of the Bible written so many centuries ago would have such an impact on many lives. It has impacted mine and I know it has impacted many others.

Liz Curtis Higgs Liz is the author of nearly 30 books, with more than 3 million copies in print. Her popular nonfiction books include Bad Girls of the Bible, Really Bad Girls of the Bible, Unveiling Mary Magdalene, Slightly Bad Girls of the Bible, Rise and Shine, and Embrace Grace. She’s also a best-selling novelist, creating both contemporary and historical fiction, including her latest award-winning novels, Here Burns My Candle and Mine Is the Night. And she’s written five books for young children, including Go Away, Dark Night.

Liz is married to Bill Higgs, Ph.D., who serves as Director of Operations for her speaking and writing office. Liz and Bill enjoy their old Kentucky home, a nineteenth-century farmhouse in Louisville, and are the proud (and relieved!) parents of two college grads, Matthew and Lillian.

For His Glory,


 “I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review”.


About valerielynn

Wife, mother and child of God who has learned to live one day at a time by the grace and mercy of Jesus Christ. My road to home (heaven) is full of many bumps, twist and turns. But with Jesus at the wheel, He makes it a lot smoother.
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3 Responses to The Girl’s Still Got It by Liz Curtis Higgs—-A Book Review

  1. lorilaws says:

    Sounds like a great book. I’ve read Liz before. I love the book of Ruth – so many nuggets of wisdom and hope to chew on. Good review, Valerie! God bless!

  2. I’ve always liked the Book of Ruth because of her faithfulness and courage. Thanks for sharing. I must put this on my reading list.

  3. Thank you for sharing the lovely review. It sounds very inviting. Hope you are doing well and have a wonderful week, Valerie!

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