I won't write a detailed book review because there is much information on this book via Amazon. The last time I checked, though, out of 93 ratings, it had 89 5-star ratings, 2 4-star, and 2 3-star. High praise, indeed.
This is a book I will reread every so often. If you've read quite a bit on overcoming negative thinking, you may not find many new ideas, but you might find a few. I especially like the suggestion that we ask ourselves: "What five things am I looking forward to in the next seven days?" With practice I have improved and can quickly come up with five things to look forward to in the next few hours.
But if your quest to overcome negative thinking is relatively new, I share this: I have a friend who purchased this book, read it voraciously, highlighting away, and said the book was "life-changing" for her. That dear lady then purchased 18 copies, I kid you not, to give to family and friends.
So read the reviews and see what you think. Of course, this book is based on Philippians 4:8, which is at the bottom of my post for November 16.
As you may know, if you click on the Amazon widget above and purchase anything, I will earn a little something to go toward buying myself more books. If you're so inclined, I thank you from the bottom of my little joy-filled heart.
"Rejoice in the Lord always.
I will say it again: Rejoice!"
Joy to your heart,Bess