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The mind connection : how the thoughts you choose affect your mood, behavior, and decisions

Meyer, Joyce 1943- (Author).

Summary: "Joyce Meyer, #1 New York Times bestselling author, explores the power of positive thinking and the undeniable connection between the mind, mouth, moods, and attitudes. Thoughts can seem random and meaningless, but they impact your life every day. It's all connected. What you think affects your words, attitude, decisions, and emotions and influences how you relate to yourself, to other people, and to God. In THE MIND CONNECTION, Joyce Meyer expands on the wisdom of her bestselling books Battlefield of the Mind and Power Thoughts to explain how to improve the quality of your thoughts and your life. She explores the undeniable connection between the mind, mouth, moods, and attitudes, so that you can develop and maintain the right mental position--no matter what challenges you face. Through practical advice and Scriptural insights, Joyce will help you learn to think with purpose, gain greater confidence, and claim the fulfilling life you were meant to lead"

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  • ISBN: 1455517275
  • ISBN: 9781455517275
  • Physical Description: ix, 236 pages
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : FaithWords, 2015.

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LSC 29.00
Subject: Thought and thinking -- Religious aspects -- Christianity

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Community Centre 248.4 Mey 38080800750588 Adult Checked out 03/27/2023

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