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Reviewed by Brenda Ballard for Readers' Favorite
It has been said that a person's words are an insight into his or her mind. I believe it to be true! Joyce Meyers sets out to make her readers really think hard about the choice of verbal expression they choose and the ramifications of those words. Your words impact your audience and it is entirely up to you to convey the feeling or the message in the way it was intended. You can be positive and uplifting or negative and sometimes just plain mean. This is the power of words. In her book "Change Your Words, Change Your Life: Understanding the Power of Every Word You Speak" the author brings to light the very foundation of the importance of our vocabulary. It is imperative to know how to use it, what to avoid and what you as an individual are capable of every time you speak!
Joyce Meyers is a world renowned Christian author who has written over 100 books, many translated into numerous languages. Her gift is conveying God's love and making each of us dig deep within our own hearts to become better followers, stronger believers. It is her life work to make the planet a better place to live in! While many could probably consume this book in a Saturday sitting, others will find that they would rather go chapter-by-chapter, digesting the information for a bit before moving on. I think that high school students could benefit from this book as they get ready to embark into the world of adulthood (and there are LOTS of adults who could use this, too).