This is a good book with great information. but Pat Lentz is the worst narrarator I have ever come across. No inflection, no intonation, she actually sounds like a machine reading.
I will never recommend any book read by this narrarator.
I have listened to this book multiple times. If you listen to this book with the Bible in front of you and take notes, you will come away a changed person. I highly recommend this book.
This is an excellent book about retraining your mind to work for you and not against you by centering your thoughts on God, His Word, and therefore, Truth.
I would recommend this book to anyone battling negative emotions such as anger or depression.
Joyce Meyer encourages actively training your mind to think positively through God-centered truths. She does this without overcomplicating the subject matter, and by recognizing that this is an ongoing battle for everyone.
I will listen to this book again. It is a wonderful reminder of why we should concentrate on God's Word and how important it is to keep His Word on our minds.
I could barely go any farther when she started in with her submit to your husband, let them make all your decisions for you nonsense. This might work for many wives who have responsible husbands but many women are married to alcoholics, drug addicts, mental cases or control freaks, this will just lead to both of them going down and the family also. Everyone would love for someone to make smart responsible decisions for them and take care of them but unfortunately this does't exist for many women. I know one woman that lives like that, her husband says very hurtful comments to everyone around him and she is always high on both prescription drugs and marijuana. He likes her like a zombie because then she doesn't get angry with him. I had read other pamphlets of hers but when she started in with this nonsense I knew it would be just more of the closed minded mentality of most fundamentalists.
I am a busy sports mom listening to romance only. If the narrator is good and it has a decent plot, I will find it enjoyable.
Conscious righteous thoughts
obeying God and keeping it in the front of your mind will help you win the battle.
I have not read the book, but it should be better because of all of the biblical quotes.
That we could be 11days from our promise land.
Yes. She did a good job with difficult material.
I don't think it is adaptable to film.
Starts a bit depressing, but finishes, hopeful.
A book that makes you look at yourself and how you have been living your life. It is done in a way that you don't consider it criticism. I have learned so much and have started to use it in my life. I have seen a difference in my situations. All by the way I handle them and giving everything to the Lord our Savior.
She brought the book alive. She kept me wanting to listen to more even though my ride in to work was finished, I would catch myself in my car in the parking lot not wanting to get out because I wanted to finish a chapter or start a new one. LOL
I laugh an many of Joyce's moments, because I shared many of them in my life.
The is by far the best book I have read in a long time. It just was the inspiration I needed.
This book covers a topic that is not always easy to listen to, because of the subject matter, but it is a book that will cause you to take a serious look at yourself and your thought life. In some instances, I tried to find a point of disagreement, but when I seriously thought about what the author was saying, I just couldn't disagree.
Joyce Meyer does a good job of calling Christians into accountability as it relates to our thought lives. I appreciate her honesty and transparency as she relates how she, too, has struggled in her own Battlefield of the Mind. The narrator did a good job of conveying the message. I will be getting the hardcopy of the book along with the workbook so that I can take notes on it and "accidentally" leave it laying around the house for others to pick up. Very powerful and effective.
I am disappointed by this audio book. Would have been a lot better with Joyce Meyer as the narrator.
Book nerd for life!
I would recommend it for the story, but not necessarily for the narration. Once you hear Joyce's voice, you expect to hear her stories told by her.
I wish Joyce narrated the story
An overall great book, but an average performance