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The Weight of Glory: A Collection of Lewis' Most Moving Addresses
The Weight of Glory: A Collection of Lewis' Most Moving Addresses
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5.0 out of 5 stars required reading...., 24 Nov. 2013
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The essays Weight of Glory, The Inner Ring, and Membership should be required reading for all Christians. Lewis is so clear, so articulate, and so convincing in his approach that you are forced to be nodding your head as you read, and even when you break away and examine your own situation in light of his premises, you return agreeing with him even more. These are essays to cherish.


40 Days to a Joy-Filled Life: Living the 4:8 Principle
40 Days to a Joy-Filled Life: Living the 4:8 Principle
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5.0 out of 5 stars A perfect supplement to The 4:8 Principle, 13 Nov. 2013
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A very good additional resource to what was covered in the 4:8 Principle by the same author. Although there is some redundant / duplicate material, there is also new content as well. And this book is organized into brief chapters that you can use as daily meditations. I found this book better than the 4:8 Principle for that reason. However, both of these books, along with Success Is Not an Accident are all on my recommended reading list.


The 4:8 Principle: The Secret to a Joy-Filled Life
The 4:8 Principle: The Secret to a Joy-Filled Life
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5.0 out of 5 stars ties it all together, 27 Oct. 2013
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I've read all the classic self development books, internalized them, and have tried my best to act on the concepts I've learned. This book by Tommy Newberry has supplies the missing link, and has allowed me to align the principles learned in other sources with those he presents. And so although his primary emphasis is on quality of thought, using St. Paul's epistle to the Philipians as a reference, his approach is to explain all those inputs that effect this quality of thought, and how to change those inputs. And so although I am a big proponent of the work done by the late Dr. Covey, and also the thinking of Jim Rohn (and even Napoleon Hill's work), and have read everything in between, and it appears so also is Tommy Newberry (as there is obvious material from those other sources), it is this book that I will use going forward.


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