Crash the Chatterbox, yesterday and have finished reading it. I really felt it was an honest and straight forward book.
Pastor Furtick’s premise is that we need to stop listening to the noise, the chatterbox which speaks the negativity in our ears, but which reaches into our hearts, spirits and minds. This negativity leads us to think and believe we are less than, instead of more than, since we were created in God’s image.
There’s nothing amazingly new in this book, but it is a great reminder of who we are called to be. The book is broken into 4 sections.
Section 1: God says I am.
We overpower the lies of the enemy in our insecurities.
Section 2: God says He will.
We overpower the lies of the enemy in our fears.
Section 3: God says He has.
We overpower the lies of the enemy in our condemnation.
Section 4: God says I can.
We overpower the lies of the enemy in our discouragement.
This is an easy read and a helpful book for all people. I would recommend this book.
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