The Laws of Thinking
Bishop Jordan has written a stellar work that is guaranteed to free the mentally enslaved, acquit the wrongfully charged, and bring healing to the sick. The Laws of Thinking is not a work for the shallow-minded person. It is demanding and challenging. It is neither intended to be used as the basis for unmerited criticism nor as sermon material for the minister having difficulty receiving a fresh work from the Lord. It was written with a very clear aim: to provoke spiritual thought. Bill Gates' Microsoft, Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions, Stephen Spielberg's DreamWorks, and even his own Zoe Ministries all began with a thought.Every invention, university, book, song, business, home, skyscraper, movie, stage play, and baby began when someone chose to think. Nothing happens without thought. Creation did not happen without God's thought. Bishop Jordan's first objective is getting you to think.

The Laws of Thinking Details

TitleThe Laws of Thinking
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 1st, 2007
PublisherHay House
ISBN-139781401917968
Rating
GenrePsychology, Self Help, Spirituality

The Laws of Thinking Review

  • Alondra Rena
    January 1, 1970
    I LOVED IT...This is by far my favorite book ever! I purchased many of them for different people. You have to be spiritually minded to understand and grasp what is being stated in this book though. This is not for babies!!!
  • Tami
    January 1, 1970
    There's that old joke about the guy hanging precariously on the edge of the cliff who is sure that God will save him. This guy is so sure in fact that when a hiker, a boat, and a helicopter come to rescue him he turns them away. God is going to save him. Many of us react in a similar way in our own lives. We go to church each week expecting that because we attend, sing a few hymns, and put some money in the collection plate that God will show up at our doorstep and make our lives all better. Nev There's that old joke about the guy hanging precariously on the edge of the cliff who is sure that God will save him. This guy is so sure in fact that when a hiker, a boat, and a helicopter come to rescue him he turns them away. God is going to save him. Many of us react in a similar way in our own lives. We go to church each week expecting that because we attend, sing a few hymns, and put some money in the collection plate that God will show up at our doorstep and make our lives all better. Never once does the thought occur to us that we aren't owed a free ride because we deem ourselves his chosen ones. It must be the devil's fault. Bishop E. Bernard Jordan reminds us that God helps those who help themselves, that God is inside each of us, and that it is our responsibility to become the most we can be. Each of us is given something special and unique, ourselves. God's hope is that we find within ourselves a way to express that gift and share it in a positive way. The Laws of Thinking is inspirational and a good kick in the rear at the same time. The power truly is within and available to us all. We just have to take a good truthful look at ourselves and where we've been heading, then make a change.
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  • Bingley
    January 1, 1970
    Brilliant and bold. Absolutely transformational read. Must have book for any dreamer and current or future world-changer. If you like ET the Hip Hop preacher on Youtube or books like Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, this book will give you some of the spiritual foundations of what makes "wealth mentality" work from a more philosophical perspective.Must have taken a lot of personal courage for the author to publish this book given his Pentecostal background. The chapters are neatly organized Brilliant and bold. Absolutely transformational read. Must have book for any dreamer and current or future world-changer. If you like ET the Hip Hop preacher on Youtube or books like Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, this book will give you some of the spiritual foundations of what makes "wealth mentality" work from a more philosophical perspective.Must have taken a lot of personal courage for the author to publish this book given his Pentecostal background. The chapters are neatly organized and the author has a clear command of his voice. Easy to read but warning, if you are expecting this to be a academic read you WILL be disappointed. Also, if you go into this with a bunch of doctrinal scruples you WILL probably stop before you are too far into this book and think Bernard is some kind of heretic.My suggestion: read the book as a whole. Be scientific. Apply the Laws of Thinking in your life and see if you don't see profound change in your life and business.This book is so good I have read it several times, and I keep multiple copies on hand to give to close friends and business partners whom I see potential.
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  • Jennifer
    January 1, 1970
    Heavy material thus far; requires me to stop a moment to digest, reread, highlight, underline and reread again. Powerful laws to transform your life. For example:The first law is The Law of Becoming. Figuring out your divine nature, saying 'I Am' and thus you can work in partnership with God, declaring what it is you desire and it will manifest...See, heavy material and that's just the first law. There are 20 laws total.
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  • Laurie Hicks
    January 1, 1970
    Saved my marriage and my life! It was the miracle I had been looking for as far as helping me understand myself.
  • Mululi Mudenda
    January 1, 1970
    This book was easy to read and challenging. It does demand a lot of thought changing and a vital tool to anyone intending on changing their lifestyle
  • Gloria Boyce
    January 1, 1970
    Very good a must read
  • Yanani
    January 1, 1970
    This is a thought provoking book. I have a clearer insight on things because I now see things on a deeper level.
  • Sylvia Gonzalez-Cooper
    January 1, 1970
    Kindle eBook edition
  • James Seawel
    January 1, 1970
    This book made me uncomfortable. There was undoubtedly much truth in this book and I was intrigued by the laws and principles as portrayed by the author, but I couldn't help but feel that this was a what's-in-it-for-me health-and-wealth kind of a book. I never felt or sensed a passion for Jesus, but rather an approach of how to get what you want from God. Of course, I could have learned that much from the title, but I had hoped for a both/and scenario and felt that what I got was a formula for h This book made me uncomfortable. There was undoubtedly much truth in this book and I was intrigued by the laws and principles as portrayed by the author, but I couldn't help but feel that this was a what's-in-it-for-me health-and-wealth kind of a book. I never felt or sensed a passion for Jesus, but rather an approach of how to get what you want from God. Of course, I could have learned that much from the title, but I had hoped for a both/and scenario and felt that what I got was a formula for how to get God to make me rich.
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  • Karen Barker
    January 1, 1970
    Great book. Can be read as a novel or you can use it as a reference when you want read about a particular topic. Thanks Vanessa! This was a Great birthday gift!
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