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Publisher Description

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Crashing the chatterbox = Overpowering the lies of insecurity, fear, condemnation, and discouragement with the promises of God.
 
“These four confessions will free you to embrace the life God has called you to live.”—Andy Stanley, senior pastor, North Point Church; author of Enemies of the Heart 
 
In Crash the Chatterbox, Pastor Steven Furtick focuses on four key areas in which negative thoughts are most debilitating: insecurity, fear, condemnation, and discouragement. He asks, “What great deeds are in danger of remaining undone in your life because of lies that were planted in your past or fears that are looming in your future?”
 
With personal stories, inspiring examples, and practical strategies, Pastor Furtick will show you how to silence the lies and embrace the freeing affirmation of God. 
 
Learn how to live out God’s truth no matter what is going on in your life or thoughts. 
 
Learn how to crash the chatterbox . . . and hear God’s voice above all others.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2014
February 11
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
240
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Crown Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
8.3
MB

Customer Reviews

davis golfer ,

Crash The Chatterbox

As good as I have read in quite awhile...

Thanks for blessing us and bring fresh material and thoughts.

All my best,

Todd Davis
Houston Texas

Meeshquick ,

Awesome!

Love this book!!

Cam-Cam Jo-Lane ,

Chew On This!

In this book Steven takes the lies of the enemy that we face everyday, that drown out our hope, and prevent us from seeing the truth about God and he puts a name to it, the “Chatterbox”. This book helps identify the lies and tricks we fall for over and over, and shows us how to practically overcome it with the truth of God’s words, and what He’s said about us. I highly recommend this book no matter what stage you are in with your walk with God, because no matter what stage it is the “Chatterbox” is always chattering away with it’s lies.

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