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Hearing God's Voice Above All Others
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Steven Furtick, popular author and speaker at Willow Creek & Hillsong helps you to hear God's voice above all else
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Crash the Chatterbox
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Inside your head and heart is a chatterbox. Its lies are keeping you from realizing your God-given potential. But what can you do about them?
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 Gods truth no matter what is going on in your life or thoughts.
Learn how to crash the chatterbox... and hear Gods voice above all others.
Includes discussion questions for individuals or groups.
Crash the Chatterbox by Steven Furtick was published by Waterbrook Multnomah in February 2014 and is our 22418th best seller. The ISBN for Crash the Chatterbox is 9781601424563.
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Chapter 1. Subverting the Sabotage
SECTION 1 | God Say I Am
Chapter 2. Cancel the Audition
Chapter 3. God Likes Me Too
Chapter 4. Who Told You That?
SECTION 2 | God Say He Will
Chapter 5. So What If...
Chapter 6. At the Bottom
Chapter 7. What Are You Doing Here?
SECTION 3 | God Say He Has
Chapter 8. Finishing the Devil’s Sermons
Chapter 9. Counterfeit Conviction
Chapter 10. The Divine Reminder
SECTION 4 | God Say I Can
Chapter 11. Keep Rolling
Chapter 12. The Expectation Gap
Chapter 13. The Parable of the Passport
Conclusion: Pound the Ground
“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.
“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.
“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 _____.
“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.
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“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. 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.
"This 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.
"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.” - taken from Crash the Chatterbox.
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|Page last updated||21st July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Steven Furtick|
|Publisher||Waterbrook Multnomah (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||240|