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Drawing from both universal and personal experiences, Jerusha Clark shares insights from God's Word that provides a road map to victory over damaging thoughts.
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A really helpful book
Every woman can get something from this excellent book. An excellent resource for practical ways to take thoughts captive and to think about the truth of who God is and how these truths can free us from lies and toxic thoughts we have accumulated. The book covers a wide variety of topics and even if you have not suffered from all the issues covered, I can guarantee you know a woman who has and who you might be able to help.
I loved the format of the book which looks at common lies/ misconceptions we may have and the Biblical truth which combats this.
Jerusha’s narration was also really good.
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Good book, should've been edited for audio
Would you listen to Every Thought Captive again? Why?
I liked it well enough that I've bought the paperback (planning to return the audio). I was just hitting the "bookmark" button too much and decided I'd be better off with paper. It was actually annoying to listen to because it's obviously being read directly from the book. I really think it would be better if it were edited for audio (not referring to the reader or a section you read, etc).
Would you be willing to try another book from Jerusha Clark? Why or why not?
Maybe - if it were on a topic that interested me
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Jerusha Clark?
The author as reader was fine. She has a pleasant voice.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It definitely made me think. I was hitting the "bookmark" button frequently (which also means it wasn't good to listen to while driving!). This is actually what's prompted me to return it and buy the paperback.
Any additional comments?
The content is good. If you're a book-marker with these types of books, you may prefer paperback.
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This book is not what it seems.
I bought this book, thinking it was written from a spiritual viewpoint, only to find it is written from and about the Christian faith. What a dissapointment ! She should have entitled it "How to be a good Christian woman, and not burn in hell". If I had purchased it in hard copy, I would be back at the store expecting a refund. Deceptive.
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