Your Tongue Determines Your Destiny

Say What You Want and Receive It Supernaturally
Length: 2 hrs and 32 mins
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Author April Shenandoah takes you through real life experiences as she learned about the power of the spoken word. She teaches how we as believers are not practicing one of the most basic Biblical principles - ask, believe, and receive. She teaches that we are to say what we want and expect it. The trick is to know what we want and not be wishy-washy. April teaches that ignorance, rebellion, and lack of God's knowledge will hold us back from receiving and progressing in life. You will learn that your life mirrors what you speak - producing fruit after its own kind - be it rotten or sweet. Positive thoughts lead to positive speech and vice-versa when it comes to negitive thoughts. Learn how you can reverse your situation by changing your speech habits today.

©2012 April Shenandoah (P)2014 April Shenandoah

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Very Insightful book

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Great insightful reading

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Story line the author uses is very memorable.

Have you listened to any of Tom Gauger and April Shenandoah ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

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It made me think about life outcome. I will listen to it again.

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