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Winning the War in Your Mind, by Craig Groeschel begins with the author stating his belief that a person’s life will follow the direction of their thoughts. Groeschel - who is the founder and pastor of an American evangelical church - offers up an example by quoting the apostle Paul. Paul is working through a problem, and he begins with a thought, moves on to an action, and then finishes with the experience.

Groeschel compares this process to cognitive behavioral therapy, which, among other problems, has been used to treat addiction and eating disorders. This particular type of psychological therapy aims to treat problems by changing the way people think; to take a person’s negative thoughts and turn them into something positive. To Groeschel, cognitive behavioral therapy is further evidence that the Bible and modern psychology are in line with one another, and that the power of positive thinking can have a huge impact on the direction one’s life will take.

Taking this theory into account, the author wrote Winning the War in Your Mind based on the premise that if our thoughts can have an impact on where our life will take us, then we need to thoroughly consider the direction they are going in.

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