Author: Kenneth E. Hagin
Publisher: Rhema Bible Church
Back Cover: Right & Wrong Thinking
Renew Your Mind
What you believe is the result of your thinking. If you think wrong, you will believe wrong. But meditation in the Word of God will straighten out your thinking!
In Right and Wrong Thinking, Kenneth E. Hagin explores the Scriptures and reveals how you can:
- Tap into the powerful connection of thinking, believing, and confessing.
- Renew your mind and line up your thinking with the Word of God.
- Learn to distinguish the source of your thoughts.
- Make the right confession and defeat the devil every time.
- Follow Scriptural steps to walk in victory in every area of life!
Book Review: Right & Wrong Thinking
In Right & Wrong Thinking, the author helps the reader to sort out thinking that may not line up with Scripture that may be hindering them in their spiritual growth. If you battle with wrong thinking and I believe most Christians know if their thinking is off, because we have the Holy Spirit to help guide us in the truths of the God’s Word. Whether in the area of finances, health, career, relationships or areas of sin, our thought process will determine our beliefs and our actions. Our actions will lead us either closer to God or further from Him, so we are reminded that it’s very important to ensure that our thought process lines up with God’s Word and to speak words that also line up with His Word.
I’d recommend Right & Wrong Thinking for anyone that is struggling with one or more areas of life. This book will help you to see if your thought process does line up with God’s Word and if not, what can you do to ensure that it does. This is a very short book and an easy read. It’s packed with good tips and Scriptural support.
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As you stay in close fellowship with the Lord through prayer, mediation, and study of His Word, you will learn to distinguish the source of your thoughts.
Kenneth E. Hagin, Right & Wrong Thinking