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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.

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New York Times bestseller

Praise for Crash the Chatterbox

“Pastor Steven has written the best book I’ve ever read on overcoming the lies that hold us back. If you read this prayerfully and take the truths of Crash the Chatterbox to heart, God will help you win the battles in your mind and become the person He created you to be.”
— Craig Groeschel, lead pastor, LifeChurch.tv, Edmond, OK; author of Fight

Crafted around four powerful confessions, Chatterbox unearths, exposes, and refutes lies and half truths all of us are tempted to believe about ourselves. Steven’s direct writing style will keep you engaged. His insights will make you
think. But most important, these four confessions will free you to embrace the life God has called you to live.”
— Andy Stanley, senior pastor, North Point Church, Alpharetta, GA; author of Enemies of the Heart

“I believe God’s truth. I want to live God’s truth. But sometimes I have a hard time hearing God’s truth when negative inside chatter and self-doubt run like a ticker tape through my mind. Pastor Steven’s vulnerability, biblical insights, and practical advice make Crash the Chatterbox a resource I will turn to again and again. This book can be a game changer for you.”
— Lysa TerKeurst, New York Times best-selling author; president of Proverbs 31 Ministries

“Every one of us at some point deals with fears and self-doubt, with internal conflict about whether we are good enough or successful enough, or whether our past will forever haunt our future. Be inspired and encouraged as you discover what God really says about you in Crash the Chatterbox.”
— Brian Houston, senior pastor, Hillsong Church, Sydney, Australia

“On the pages of his brilliant new book, my friend Steven teaches us how to block out the toxic lies of the Enemy and instead let the truth of God become the soundtrack to our lives. Don’t let all the chatter get the best of you. Read
these pages, and be strengthened in Christ.”
— Matt Redman, Grammy Award–winning songwriter and worship leader

“Steven Furtick unlocks powerful stratagems for silencing the inner critic that entangles the believer in a quagmire of self-doubt, fear, and unbelief. Crash the Chatterbox is a study in course correction with hard-won lessons for rediscovering, reenergizing, and reengaging your God-given dreams.”
— T. D. Jakes, New York Times best-selling author; bishop of The Potter’s House, Dallas, TX

“Steven Furtick’s new book is an insightful and readable approach to the daily barrage of destructive thoughts we all experience. You will be encouraged and empowered as you discover what God thinks of you and how that affects every
facet of your life.”
— Judah Smith, lead pastor, The City Church, Seattle, WA; New York Times best-selling author of Jesus Is _____.

“When we use our weaknesses to strengthen our faith, we turn our greatest liabilities into weapons in the hands of Christ. I love how my friend Steven Furtick humbly reveals his own struggles as he strives to crash the chatterbox in his life. Don’t count yourself out just yet; your struggle is only the starting place of God’s purpose in your life.”
— Mark Batterson, lead pastor of National Community Church, Washington DC; New York Times best-selling
author of The Circle Maker

“It’s time to break out and fight back. Don’t be held in bondage anymore. Let Steven Furtick help you crash the chatterbox and silence the voice of insecurity in your life. You were created for more. Now take your place in the center of God’s calling.”
— Christine Caine, founder, A21 Campaign; best-selling author of Undaunted

“Often the most crippling negativity we hear comes from our own mind. In Crash the Chatterbox, Steven Furtick offers an effective antidote. In a refreshing and relatable style, he lays out the strategy to overcome the inner critic that hinders us from hearing the voice of God, receiving His glorious affirmation, and accomplishing His perfect will.”
— Rod Parsley, World Harvest Church, Columbus OH; New York Times best-selling author of Culturally Incorrect

“What you’re getting in Crash the Chatterbox is the reassuring and honest feedback from a great friend. It may not be what you wanted to hear, but it will definitely help you get where you’re going.”
— Perry Noble, senior pastor, NewSpring Church, Anderson, SC; author of Unleash!

“I love Steven Furtick’s commitment to a purpose that is greater than his problems. In Crash the Chatterbox, Steven helps us see that our greatest barrier is the very bridge God uses to take us to our divine purpose.”
— Kerry Shook, founding pastor of Woodlands Church, Houston, TX; coauthor of the national bestsellers One Month to Live and Love at Last Sight

“The Enemy’s greatest fear is that you’ll discover who you really are, what you’re really worth, and where you’re headed. Steven Furtick amplifies the call of God in your life so that you can crash the chatterbox of the Enemy’s lies and move forward with confidence in Christ.”
— Jentezen Franklin, senior pastor, Free Chapel, Gainesville, GA; New York Times best-selling author of Fasting

“There are only a handful of Christian leaders in my generation who preach the Word of God with as much passion and conviction as Steven Furtick. In Crash the Chatterbox you will be encouraged by a committed man of God who is
gifted at bringing God’s truth to life. Through Steven’s determination to follow God wholeheartedly, you will find the strength to chase after God’s calling for you.”
— Israel Houghton, Grammy Award–winning songwriter and worship leader

“If you’ve ever felt the sting of a critic or the discouragement of that voice of doubt in your head, then you need to crash the chatterbox and renew your mind. This book will teach you how to shut out the noise and start living your
purpose.”
— Dr. Jack Graham, pastor, Prestonwood Baptist Church, Plano, TX

“In a world where we are bombarded by countless voices that influence our every
step, it’s often difficult to discern the voice of truth. Pastor Steven Furtick shows
us how to surgically cut through the chatter and hear the voice of God. This
book is a must-read!”
— Stovall Weems, lead pastor, Celebration Church, Jacksonville, FL; author of Awakening

“I have rarely read a book with as much personal transparency and honesty as I found in this book by Steven Furtick. If you want to get out of your own way and move forward in God’s plan, Crash the Chatterbox is for you.”
— Kevin Gerald, lead pastor, Champions Centre Church, Tacoma, WA

“In Crash the Chatterbox, Steven Furtick helps readers understand the volatile nature of listening to the wrong voices in our lives. And with humor, insight, and clarity, he reveals what it takes to open up the lines of communication with
the only voice that truly matters—the voice of God.”
— Ed Young, pastor, Fellowship Church, Dallas, TX; author of Sexperiment

“I admire Steven Furtick’s refusal to allow anything to push him off the path God has placed before him. In Crash the Chatterbox he lets us into the struggle that he’s faced embracing his calling. His transparency and honesty will give you
the courage to fight on.”
— Clayton King, president, Crossroads Ministries; teaching pastor, NewSpring Church, Anderson, SC

“In Crash the Chatterbox, Steven Furtick gives us a how-to guide to actually apply the truth of how God feels about us so we can live empowered lives.”
— Bil Cornelius, author of Today Is the Day; founding pastor, Bay Area Fellowship, Corpus Christi, TX

“Steven Furtick’s willingness to be vulnerable makes the truth he is relaying easy to digest. If you’re tired of circling around the same struggles, you will find an accessible off-ramp to a freer life in Crash the Chatterbox.”
— John Bevere, cofounder of Messenger International; author of Relentless

About the Author

Steven Furtick is the New York Times best-selling author of Greater and Sun Stand Still. He is also the founder and lead pastor of Elevation Church, which since its founding in 2006 has grown to more than 13,000 attendees at nine locations. He holds a master of divinity degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Holly, have three young children.

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Introduction
Chatterboxing

I wish I had a little devil on my left shoulder. I could flick him off and tell him to go to hell. Then I could fist-bump the angel sitting on my right shoulder and get on with doing all the things God has called me to do. That would change everything.

I’d discover an unshakable confidence. It wouldn’t be borrowed from the ever-changing assessments of others. I would instinctively offer my weaknesses as a platform for God’s power instead of typecasting myself as someone God
couldn’t use due to my endless character flaws.

I’d be unstoppable because the devil wouldn’t be able to dominate my mind with the kinds of fears that control me a lot of the time. Then I would be able to move forward in faith without being scared of failure or rejection or the sacrifice required to obey God.

I’d never again be paralyzed by condemnation or bullied by feelings of unworthiness. And at the end of each day I’d go to sleep in perfect peace because I’d be finishing the day with no shame, no regrets, no need to sew any fig leaves to conceal anything.

I’d be nearly immune from discouragement, because I would stop wondering if the sky was falling every time I faced a new challenge. I’d see my biggest obstacles as my greatest opportunities…and all the other stuff you read on Starbucks cups.

Unfortunately, there’s no devil on my shoulder.

What’s worse, there’s no angel either.

Instead, I’ve got this ceaseless war going on inside my heart and my head. I’m waging it every millisecond of every minute of every hour of every day—nights, holidays, and weekends too.

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I wake up every day to the crow of the chatterbox.

Here’s a transcript of my internal dialogue from a recent morning. It’s a real-time example of the kind of chatter that can derail my day before it even gets started. Sometimes over the most ridiculous things you can imagine.

The thoughts are flying so fast now that I can’t keep track, much less sort them out and put them where they belong. Thinking about these thoughts at all only seems to feed them. That’s why they keep overpowering me, because I keep feeding them. I know this, but it never stops me from doing it. Not this time, not ten years ago, and it won’t be any different ten years from now, I’m beginning to believe.

This is so stupid. I’m being so stupid.

It’s only a light bulb.

A burned-out light bulb has turned into a mini-midmorning meltdown in my mind, and I can’t find the switch to shut it off. The meltdown, I mean, not the light bulb.

So I’m standing in the shower, and the light bulb is out, and it’s like the sky is falling.

As soon as I stepped into the shower, I noticed, for the third time, that the middle bulb was out over the sink on the other side of the bathroom. Now that I’m in the shower, stranded, phoneless, how am I going to put in Evernote that the light bulb is out? With my pathetic attention span, what are the chances I’ll remember to replace the light bulb after I get out?

I definitely don’t have time to change the light bulb—I’m already going to be ten minutes late for this meeting. If there’s no traffic. I’m always running late for meetings. I’m a late person. It’s because I hit the snooze button three times every morning, because I’m spiritually apathetic. Pastor Mickey used to get up at 5 a.m. and spend two hours with God, and he said, “He who runs from God in the morning will scarce find Him throughout the day.” They should put that on a Starbucks cup too.

Either way, God is gone for the day, and it’s not even 9 a.m. And now I’m running twelve minutes late, and the light bulb is still out.

I’m screwed.

And who am I kidding? Even if I had time to change the light bulb, yeah, right, like I have a clue where Holly keeps them. Now that’s really pathetic. What would people think if they found out about that one: the woman changes all the light bulbs around that house! What kind of example am I setting for my kids?

Did I even pray with the kids last night? the night before that?

Dunno. But I did Instagram that sunset shot with the kids at the creek last Friday. So there’s that.

“Cock-a-doodle-do.” The chatterbox informs me that I’m fourteen minutes late…and I suck as a person.

I’m feeding the machine, and it’s eating me alive.

And the chatter will continue to race through my mind until I decide to downshift and put things back in perspective: Calm down, Furtick. It’s. Just. A. Light bulb.

Just like that, if only for a split second, the chatterbox gives way. And I get on with my day.

Unfortunately, it won’t be long until the chatterbox sounds off again. Probably next time about something much more serious than a light bulb. So much doubt, panic, raw impulse, and bogus conjecture stream through my mind. My
soul sometimes feels like a Twitter feed where I’m following a million of the most annoying people ever, and I can’t find the Unfollow button.

####

But God is faithful to speak too. His voice rises from the pages of His Word, which is the exact expression of His will. He speaks, not only on Sunday mornings in the sanctuary where the congregation is gathered, but also in the stillness
of His works scattered across the night skies. His Spirit speaks with promptings that are not audible—often they are much louder than that—always in perfect harmony with the Scriptures and always resounding with perfect wisdom.

And in every season of my life, God has sent reminders to confirm that He has perfectly designed me and totally enabled me for everything He’s called me to do. Sometimes He’ll do that through a simple picture, song, text, or conversation that rings with affirmation for days.

Other times, at critical junctures, God has spoken dramatic words of encouragement over my life.

A few years ago I was on a plane headed home, and I looked out the window during the descent. The sunset seemed to be painting the skyline in neon orange, illuminating the city where I had just moved to start a church. It was a glowing visual that set the scene for God to speak to my heart: This is your city. I’ve called you here to pour out your life for My cause. Be confident, because everywhere you set your foot belongs to Me, and you belong to Me, and together we’re going to take this city for My glory.

I’m sure my translation of this conversation isn’t word perfect, because you know how tricky cross-cultural communication with God can be. Plus, I can’t find the notebook where I frantically scribbled every word of those impressions. The part I’m sure of is that I heard God encouraging me at a time when I really needed it. We were only a couple of months into getting our new church off the ground. I needed some reassurance, and God delivered.

And it was His voice piercing through the roar of my doubts that lifted my perspective. It was just enough to keep me moving forward in faith.

####

Now I’d like to ask you a few questions.

Is it possible to be the kind of person who can be distracted to the point of utter despair by a blown light bulb and still hear God calling you to do great things as you stare down at your city through a sunset?

Can God’s voice coexist with maniacal chatter—within the same person?

And how can I silence the voice of the enemy when the enemy is in me? Can you relate to this contradiction?

I used to think that someone who struggled with the kinds of weaknesses I deal with daily was useless to God. I felt so often like I was drowning in internal dialogue I couldn’t control. It had been the soundtrack of my life for as long as I could remember. I had hoped these problems would finally be fixed when I became a committed Christian. And I hoped for it again each time I experienced spiritual highs along the way in my journey of faith.

But the beat went on.

Yet everything changed when I began to realize God has given us the ability to choose the dialogue we believe and respond to. And once we learn how, we can switch from lies to truth as deliberately as we can choose the Beatles over Miley Cyrus on satellite radio.

Choosing to believe this, moment by moment, and acting on it is the most important habit you will ever develop. It is the key to pressing ahead and doing God’s will anyway, even as you are bombarded with thoughts, feelings, and even facts about why you can’t do it. Why you shouldn’t do it. And why you’ll never be able to do it. Why you’re too dysfunctional, too petty, too immature, too melancholy, too impulsive…

I’m now awakening to the reality that we can access the power of God’s promises to constantly crash the system of our broken beliefs. I’m learning how to overpower the shouts of the Enemy by bending my ear to the whisper of God’s supernatural truths about my identity in Him and His strength in me. This isn’t something I did once and now it’s over or something I can afford to do occasionally when it’s convenient. It requires constancy. It’s the only way I know to be the father, husband, leader, friend, and believer that God says I already am, the kind of person I am straining to believe I can become. Winning the war of words inside your soul means learning to defy your inner critic. But that’s easier said than done. And I think many times, as believers, we sense we are losing this war. But we don’t know what to do about it because we don’t know where to find the weapons, and we wouldn’t know where to aim them if we did.

In other words, we feel powerless to crash the chatterbox. And now would probably be a good time to explain exactly what I mean by that.

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JustBeingHonest
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Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2019
Don''t get caught in the trap of the mega church. I said I''d never attend one and somehow because I had some friends that went to Elevation, I ended up there too. Such a mistake. It''s just a franchise not a church. Big money. Good luck getting to know anyone unless you join... See more
Don''t get caught in the trap of the mega church. I said I''d never attend one and somehow because I had some friends that went to Elevation, I ended up there too. Such a mistake. It''s just a franchise not a church. Big money. Good luck getting to know anyone unless you join a small group if ya can find one that fits your life and schedule. Good luck in that small group meeting any real Christians. They''re all being taught lies....so.... Fake! And It''s a store right when ya walk in. Buy shirts, CDs, cups and books galore. Enjoy the "experience" as they call it. Light show and music so loud you feel you''re at a concert. Sound fun ya think? Well it''s just a distraction from God. All to get you hyped to praise Steven Firtick. They literally cheer for him. What about Jesus? Jesus deserves the praise. Ridiculous. He is all about making himself famous and rich. The congregation does very little to help the community and if anyone within the church needs help...forget it. So where is the money going? Seen his house? When I heard Pastor Furtick and some guest speakers using the Lords name in vain and a demon that referred to Jesus as a "Savage" I was DONE! They will pay for disrespecting God. The bible warns us of false prophets and false teachers who do these sorts of things. Wake up people. Don''t listen to this man! Discernment!

*Oh the book. I left the church so it was thrown away. Bunch of smooth talk mixed with very little scripture throughout. The bible tells us false teachers tell what tickles the ears.
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When your toxic thoughts try to control your life — read this book!
Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2019
If we have 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts a day, then I probably have double that amount. I am ALWAYS in my head, thoughts swirling like a merry-go-round going 200 miles a second. I kid you not. I have random thoughts, good thoughts, relaxing thoughts. I also have endless... See more
If we have 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts a day, then I probably have double that amount. I am ALWAYS in my head, thoughts swirling like a merry-go-round going 200 miles a second. I kid you not. I have random thoughts, good thoughts, relaxing thoughts. I also have endless monologue in my brain about a variety of subjects, most of which I never vocalize to anyone. Some of those thoughts come out on my writing, while I store away others for future use. And then there are the bad thoughts, the negative ones. Self-condemnation. Lies the enemy tries to inject into your brain. More self-condemnation. Then there are those thoughts you don’t delve into too deeply, and you self-implode. The result? A fight with a loved one or with a colleague or —

CRASH THE CHATTERBOX is such a relatable book. We all go through these things. We ALL do. Christians go through it because there’s that constant battle in your mind — the one that could make you or break you. Steven Furtick describes this in painful and on-point detail. He even opens up about his most destructive bursts of rage and how his bottled-up thoughts brought him to breaking point. His solution? Go to God with all of your thoughts, good or bad. Cry out to Him. One of the biggest lies we tell ourselves is that God will disapprove of us if we’re anything less than perfect. No one’s perfect, so why pretend to be? I am in an area in my life where I no longer hide my emotions, fears or insecurities from God. At some point, I will probably mess up and my thoughts will have a lot to do with that. So whether or not you’re a Christian, the best approach is to purge those thoughts. I enjoyed reading this book, or any book in which it exposes the complexities of the human condition. Downsides? The tiny font. Couldn’t the publishers make it larger? And the book should’ve delved deeper into some things. Instead we get a lot of information about how Furtick has to filter his answers during his interviews. Great read otherwise. Four out of five hazelnut iced home brewed coffees!
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Jersey Shore
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I didn''t have too much hope that it would help because she has tried so many other things like retreats, programs
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2017
I gave this book to my daughter who has serious problems that this book deals with.. I didn''t have too much hope that it would help because she has tried so many other things like retreats, programs, counseling etc. I was overjoyed to hear her excited response that this was... See more
I gave this book to my daughter who has serious problems that this book deals with.. I didn''t have too much hope that it would help because she has tried so many other things like retreats, programs, counseling etc. I was overjoyed to hear her excited response that this was the best book she had ever read on the subject. She has greatly improved already and just from one reading of this book. I therefore can heartily recommend this book to all who suffer in this manner. I must add that I do not necessarily endorse any other of Mr. Furticks writings or ideas. He seems to be a mixture of good and not so good, scriptural and not so scriptural. But this review is for this book only and I do say it is very good.
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Extremely Thought Provoking Book - well worth the read!
Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2014
This was a hard book for me, because it really hit me right where I needed it to. The book is all about the voices we listen to - in our head, in our heart... and how we often (far TOO often!) listen to the wrong ones. I think girls are especially susceptible to this, but... See more
This was a hard book for me, because it really hit me right where I needed it to. The book is all about the voices we listen to - in our head, in our heart... and how we often (far TOO often!) listen to the wrong ones. I think girls are especially susceptible to this, but I''m sure guys do it too! The author tell us that "this book is built on four confessions... meant to function like noise-cancelling headphones for your mind, heart, and soul." He goes on to tell us that they are:

Confession 1: God says I am.

Confession 2: God says He will.

Confession 3: God says He has.

Confession 4: God says I can.

While these four confessions seem simple, even simplistic, they are each true. There is Scripture to back each one of them up. And they each have power. But they aren''t going to change our lives unless we believe them, and trust that God is who He says He is, He will do what He says He will, and I am never going to be alone because He''s always with me. That is incredibly powerful!

The book goes into great detail about each of these, and expounds on why the confessions are important, but also why the thought behind each of them is important. He does a fantastic job making it seem like anyone can learn to move past that inner voice, the voice that is NOT the voice of God talking to us, but a voice that is only speaking things to make us doubt ourselves, and to doubt God too. The author makes it clear that while there''s no way to completely be rid of the chatterbox, there are ways to help silence it. As someone who has a very noisy chatterbox (and is also a chatterbox herserlf, ha ha!), I really appreciated the way things were presented in this book. Nothing that was shared was earth-shattering, but it was good, sound advice with practical ways to change how you look at things. It''s important for us to understand that we''re not supposed to listen to the chatterbox - we''re supposed to listen to the still, small voice of the Lord. He doesn''t talk to us to confuse us, and when we''re feeling conflicted about something, it''s highly likely we''ve been listening to the chatterbox!

At the end of the book, the author gives you the website for this book - [...] - and invites readers to visit the site, click on "Calling all Chatterboxers" and find all sorts of additional information. I went and checked it out, and while I couldn''t find that link to click on, I did find some great video clips of interviews with people I know from other books and studies. They included: Dr. Henry Cloud, Shaunti Feldhahn, Christine Caine, and Mandisa (among others!). Those video clips are well worth checking out!

I received a free copy of this book from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are completely my own.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 3, 2017
This book is a blessing! I have been blessed, challenged and changed. I have been inspired by Pastor Steven Furtick. He''s transparent and funny. He will make you cry and think. There''s one particular part that made me bawl - a full weep. You gotta get this book!... See more
This book is a blessing! I have been blessed, challenged and changed. I have been inspired by Pastor Steven Furtick. He''s transparent and funny. He will make you cry and think. There''s one particular part that made me bawl - a full weep. You gotta get this book!
There''s insight on how to crash those negative voices that we all have to deal with. He doesn''t water it down. He doesn''t lie and tell you that they''ll go away, but he gives you tools to defeat the power of the Chatterbox, time and time again.
The audio is the best! I promise, you will not be disappointed.
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Gtrain
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Great book to help with getting to a positive mindset
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2021
“Crash the Chatterbox” by @stevenfurtick of @elevationchurch is a great read for those of us that struggle with negative self-talk & can never seem to turn it off. One thing I have learned in the last year is that I need to shut down my negative chatterbox and... See more
“Crash the Chatterbox” by @stevenfurtick of @elevationchurch is a great read for those of us that struggle with negative self-talk & can never seem to turn it off.

One thing I have learned in the last year is that I need to shut down my negative chatterbox and focus more on positive talk of any kind; never mind I have been overwhelmed with how much and how often I talk negatively about myself. This book definitely was a step in the right direction. While the chatterbox won’t be fully eliminated it can be mitigated and pushed to the side. This book definitely helped me to be optimistic I can limit my negative self-talk.

Started on May 13, 2021 & finished on June 4, 2021 - 22 days.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2020
“We live in a world full of chatter. Lies of condemnation, fear, insecurity and discouragement bombard us every day. All the people around you are fighting off their own chatterboxes. Your friends. Your spouse. Your coworkers. The young woman taking your order at... See more
“We live in a world full of chatter. Lies of condemnation, fear, insecurity and discouragement bombard us every day. All the people around you are fighting off their own chatterboxes. Your friends. Your spouse. Your coworkers. The young woman taking your order at Starbucks. BUT the battle isn’t ours to fight alone. The good news is, now that you have the tools to fight with, the Enemy doesn’t stand a chance. Not only can you crash your own chatterbox, but you can become the catalyst of change for others as they expose the lies they hear inside their own heads.”

This is a life changing must read!!
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Crash the Chatterbox: Hearing God''s Voice An All Others
Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2017
Great book that I rated five stars. A must read for anyone who is constantly being discouraged by the "Chatterbox. Author and Pastor Steven Firtick gives a simple, practical approach through the word of God to get the victory from the "Chatterbox." Pastor Furtick , thank... See more
Great book that I rated five stars. A must read for anyone who is constantly being discouraged by the "Chatterbox. Author and Pastor Steven Firtick gives a simple, practical approach through the word of God to get the victory from the "Chatterbox." Pastor Furtick , thank you with peace and blessings. I am encouraged after reading your meaningful book!
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Bookman
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OK
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 26, 2016
It was an OK book; however nothing life-changing for me. I''ve read other better books on the internal critic.
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Best book after the Bible I have read all year
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 24, 2014
I got this book and have read it very slowly. It has taken months. Every Time I have picked it up it has blessed and surprised me. I have recommended it to everyone. Read every word carefully and slowly and it has been a life changing blessing to me as the Holy Spirit has...See more
I got this book and have read it very slowly. It has taken months. Every Time I have picked it up it has blessed and surprised me. I have recommended it to everyone. Read every word carefully and slowly and it has been a life changing blessing to me as the Holy Spirit has ministered through it.
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Being relentless, no matter what
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 28, 2017
This book deals with an issue everyone experiences in life_ disappointment, discouragement and defeat. It provides a way through to hope and fulfillment.
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Crash The Chatterbox, Indeed (does what it says on the tin)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 30, 2016
I loved this book. There are so many particle things that I applied to my life. I referred to it so much that my book is unrecognisably. Gone are the days of the white cover. This book really helped my to understand my chatterbox and how to investigate the thought path.
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great
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 24, 2018
Great
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