Bible Studies, Non-Fiction Books

Crash the Chatterbox


Crash the Chatterbox

Steven Furtick

I often times will find it hard to hear God’s voice, not because I’m not listening for it. The reason is I have too much going through my mind and don’t take the time to listen. Pastor Steven Furtick’s new book Crash the Chatterbox addresses the issue of hearing God’s voice over all the others that we hear in our heads.



How many of you have issues with insecurity, fear, condemnation, and discouragement? And we believe the lies that these issues tell us instead of trusting the promises of the one true God. I loved what Pastor Furtick said, “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.” When I read this, I was like wow, this book was written for me and couldn’t have came at a better time.


I truly believe that we all could benefit from reading Crash the Chatterbox, and learning how to deal with the negative thoughts and these four areas: insecurity, fear, discouragement, and condemnation. But remember it is up to us to open our eyes, our ears and our hearts and listen for God’s voice and how we can let go of all the negativity.


I received this book from the publisher for my honest review


3 thoughts on “Crash the Chatterbox”

    1. Thank you for your comment Mark!! I can’t wait to listen to the podcast also!! I haven’t read Sun Stand Still but I have read Greater.


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