30 Days to Taming Your Tongue

What You Say (And Don't Say) Will Improve Your Relationships
Narrated by: Kiersten Kingsley
Length: 2 hrs and 6 mins
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Wait! Stop! Don't say it! Pegues knows how easily a few careless words can cause problems in our business and personal relationships. Here she offers 30 warm-hearted Scripture-based devotions to help you take control of that hasty, gossiping, belittling, know-it-all, retaliatory tongue . . . before you really put your foot in your mouth!
©2008 Deborah Smith Peques (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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What about Kiersten Kingsley’s performance did you like?

The reader was terrific.

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This is based on a 30 day mission book, and is listed as unabridged. I noticed days were skipped, and at the end I was thanked for listening and they hoped I enjoyed listening to selected passages.

It's a great book, and very short, so I'm not sure why it would be abridged (or why it's not listed as abridged). I would love to give it 5 stars across the board.

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Excellent books for lesson on the tongue

This book focuses on Christian principles on what to and what not to say according to the word of God .

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Everyone should read!!!!

You will not regret either reading the book or listening to Audio. Straight to the point! I've been reading self help books and taking classes for years. Who knew that this 2 1/2 hour audio book would have such a positive impact on me. My tongue has been the root to a lot of my problems in life and my relationships. I wish I would of found this book a lot sooner.

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Liar, liar my pants on fire, at least mine are

Where does 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This book rates a 5

What was one of the most memorable moments of 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue?

How many ways we as Christians can lie. WOW

Which character – as performed by Kiersten Kingsley – was your favorite?

All 30 ways which we lie

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Every chapter in one way or the other showed me, where they fit in my life

Any additional comments?

I truly give thanks to Mrs. Pegues, for being obedient to the LORD and writing this book

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Good Book for Self-Development

Practical and helpful.

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Great Study!

Quotes:
Wise people don’t make a show of their knowledge.

“Engaging in deceitfulness is a slap in God’s face and has dire consequences. When we make a choice not to trust Him to handle a situation, we, in essence, decide He is a liar and will renege on His promise to meet every need. We then proceed to make our own way by any means necessary—even being deceptive. In doing so we forfeit the good life God had planned for us.”
― Deborah Smith Pegues, 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue

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The best way I can describe 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue is a 3D in book form. It will pop up at you with the truth. Again most of the books that I have chosen to read throughout this year are books that will help me become better, and once again, another book that really takes you to a place of self-analysis. It makes you question yourself, "Are the words I am about to say words that will uplift or idle words"?

This book falls under the devotional category. It is intended to be read daily for 30 days. However, I read it straight through, which is an option as well. It is an easy read and can be finished within a couple of hours. Each day represents a type of tongue that can produce negative and toxic verbal communication.


What I liked most: The author uses humor, anecdotes, and scripturally based affirmations. I also appreciate the tips she offers on how to overcome.. I appreciate
Appendix A Daily Tongue Eval Checklist
Appendix B Alternative Uses for the Tongue
Appendix C Arsenal of Tongue Scripture

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Amazing

Very fulfilling and a great insight on how to remain positive. This helped me a lot. some things I was not even aware I was doing.

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Not What I Expected but Pleasantly Surprised!

I must admit, this book was not what I expected however I was pleasantly surprised! There were many biblical principles presented that can be applied to every conversation to ensure your words are used to build up and not tear down! It's so crazy that we sometimes convince ourselves that the "half-truths" don't hurt anyone because they're "not really lies." Think again! This short book reminded me of the power that lies in what we speak into the atmosphere.

I enjoyed the material and took so many notes! Will definitely revisit!

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An Awesome Take On Life

I liked this book merely because it teaches to the real life happenings in largely the life of most including my own. I like all of the topics because they are evident in all people, again including myself. I would recommend it to everyone just for life's purpose. The rating was well deserved.

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Unless you are religious don't bother

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I thought this would supply tricks or techniques to use to stop yourself from saying 'bad' things. But all the book did was list the things you shouldn't say... don't lie, don't exaggerate. It would be like telling an alcoholic, don't drink vodka, don't drink rum etc. Not very helpful.

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  • Kevin
  • 02-19-19

Excellent guide.

Answered a few of the questions I had on the topic. Definitely skewed towards the Christian reader with all the Bible quotes.