Admit it, you talk to yourself. We all do, without even thinking about it. And that's the problem, when we're upset we're rarely thinking positive when we talk to ourselves. So much of what we say to ourselves is negative, hurtful, and damaging which ultimately prevents us from living the blessed and successful life God has planned for us. Scripture is clear, "life and death is in the power of the tongue".
The power to take control of our lives is in our mouth. By learning how to talk to yourself in a faithful way, you will begin to change your life an improve relationships, gaining greater success and happiness. If you want to feel good and accomplish more in life, listen to this audiobook. It will help you stop the negative self-talk that is holding you back. You will experience blessings and victory over fear, bad habits, addictions, negative emotions, sickness, relationships self-esteem, weight-loss, and so much more.
This audiobook series is an investment in your spiritual growth and success. And as one reviewer put it, "It works!"
This is a unique book that contains daily devotionals and sample negative self-talk guides as well as positive self-talk examples. All scriptural-based phrases will help you declare life instead of speaking negatively (death) over yourself and the ones you love. Learn what you should say when you talk to yourself as well as what to say about others. Speak powerful faith-filled words. Speak life!
©2010, 2014 Lynn R Davis (P)2014 Lynn R Davis
This is a powerful book for anyone suffering from depression, anxiety, anger, or other negative thought patterns that are influencing your life and relationships.
Lynn Davis approaches various negative thought patterns from the perspective of not only why they are wrong, but what Bible verses or Bible-centered concepts they can be replaced with. All of this is beautifully narrated by Susan Koch.
This is a short, but deep and concept-rich book that will lead you to not only examine your thought life and recognize thought patterns that are defeating you, but will also give you the tools with which to fight those thoughts.
I listened to this book in one sitting, but I will listen to it again on a regular basis to help me overcome unncessary thought clutter and replace it with God's Word.
This was an inexpensive book that will bring great blessings to those who take it seriously. I did, and I'm already reaping rewards.
the good content is great, but for whatever reason the author has decided to add the negative alternative.... so by the time you are done listening yoy Will hear the equal amount of the NEGATIVE option... I definitely don't recommend feeding yourself with ALL of what you SHOULDNT say... ...not for me.
Women that want information on how to get even. Not a self-help book. Just getting back at men.
Not anything from this writer.
anger and disappointment
The narrator is nearly unbearable to listen to; not only is she monotone but speaks SO slowly.
i'd check the narrator first
a better narrator
the message is good if you can get past the delivery
also, it's non returnable. thanks audible, i thought things were returnable if you didn't like it.
I actually like this book, its very simple, direct, and can change your self-talk. Put into practice, and your inner self can be transformed. This book is very biblically based and definitely aimed at Christians, and the Bible is used throughout! However, it is for all.
If the author shouldn't present New Age thinking as Biblical, or she would stop constantly listing negative sentences. Those negative sentences gave me all the more reasons to hate my life.
No, terrible narrator.
More professional, vibrant, dynamic narrator would be better. Or not because the book is so terrible that no narrator can save it.
"my perspective of this book by Lynn R Davis"
I did not like the narrator's voice. It sounded computerised, but got used to it after a while into the book.
In terms of the book's content, I'd compare it to a pamphlet rather than a book, as I thought it lacked depth.
I agree with the core message, avoiding negativity. Anyone can benefit from avoiding negative self talks.
However, maybe it is suited to some age groups better than others.
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