Yes. It helps you keep God in your thoughts and hos much joy He can bring into hour life everyday.
Most of this is common sense that we all know but it's a good review and makes you think.
A reminder to
I enjoyed the book enough that I didn't want to stop listening
Hi! I have a profound love of animals. My all time favorite are dogs.
The empowerment it gave me to find myself.
The author and because I have listened to all of his books.
It goes right in line with the rest. God is our power and to think and trust in Him.
That it is okay to ignore certain things about other peoples personalities and I have that right.
More, More, more!
What you are saying is so correct, but it is hard to smile at twofaced and backstabbing people. I have had to do it, but at times my smile stops for them, to send them a message to back off, I try to watch my words, but at times I do wish they would just disappear.
I am human, and I will try......
Growing up in a divorced family...sometimes kids miss alot of "lessons in faith, and plain old common sense." This book covers it all. It freed me from some of the sensless worrying and struggles when dealing with difficult people and situations...and helped me to keep a healthy, faith-filled, positive attitude. As a result I'm more able to be a blessing to others around me as we focus on being thankful, grateful and living in the hope we have as children of God!!!
Pretty good book, but the religion kind of ruins it. What if you're not religious? Try to see through that and there are some lessons to take from it, but if you're super anti-religious, stay away.
This book gives an enlightening but new perspective to view everyday life with positive ideas.
This is the second book by this author.
Found this book to be inspirational and calming of both mind and spirit
Joel helps remind us of how open the door to opportunity is opened wide. He reminds us that the key to open (and keep open) the door is our attitude. It is up to us to use it.
The canter of his speech brings the words to life and allow his smile to encourage us to plant the seed of encouragement to others.
When Joel shared his struggle to become his own type of minister and leader. How it was