Rethink How You Think: How to Create Lasting Change Today

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    Did you know most of our patterns of behavior are set by the time we are six years old? No wonder it''s so hard to change! Even when we''re committed to making a change in life, it''s always an uphill battle. But there is a secret to lasting change that God gave us long before modern neuroscience and self-help gurus were the norm. Rethink How You Think is for anyone who has been frustrated by an inability to change habits, overcome fears, or keep up new healthy patterns of living and thinking. Dr. David Stoop shows readers that the true way to lasting change is in the renewing of our minds, which we accomplish when we faithfully read God''s Word and meditate on it daily. He clearly shows how to move from fear to love, from resentment to gratitude, from lust to purity, from loneliness to connection, from idolatry to contentment, and from mistrust to trust. Anyone eager to find change that lasts will welcome this practical and encouraging message.

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    Number of Pages: 202
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780800722555
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    Listed in: Christian life & practice, Popular psychology
    Publisher: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group

    Books by David Stoop

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