Taming the Tongue

The Power of Spoken Words
Narrated by: Glenn Koster Jr.
Length: 1 hr and 9 mins
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The words you use are tools of communication. However, it's the way you use them that has the real power. When you have an optimistic frame of mind, you're far more likely to recognize opportunities when they arise.

The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit. For as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he. The way you use and choose words defines who you are. Words have power. God created the world with words.

The Bible plainly says, we shall decree a thing and it shall be established.

Are you ready to harness the real power of spoken words?

©2014 Alex Uwajeh (P)2015 Alex Uwajeh

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A little too surface

This book seemed more like a secular "speak positivity" book, then a biblical dive into guarding your tongue. Speaking hard truth or lamenting is biblical too. For example it's suggested to say, "I'm doing excellent today!" as to speak it "into existence", no matter how you feel. I know Christians like that, and they come across as phony, ESPECIALLY to non-believers.

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Good information

Liked a lot of the information in this book. A great reminder that our words are powerful & we should tame our tongues.