The Laws of Thinking

  • by Bishop E. Bernard Jordan
  • Narrated by Bishop E. Bernard Jordan
  • 4 hrs and 40 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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 Bishop Jordan's 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. His second is to help you understand the laws that govern the universe of thought. And his final goal is to help you organize your thoughts into a system that will ensure positive results in your life. The winners in life are not necessarily Rhodes scholars or the most spiritual, but rather the people who solve the most problems for their fellow travelers.

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Ultimately, a bit disappointing!

What was most disappointing about Bishop E. Bernard Jordan’s story?

The narration and delivery were fine and it was a well written book, but I really didn't learn anything very much. If you've read any of the Wayne Dyer books, then you needn't bother with this one. If you haven't, or if you are looking for a slightly more Biblical slant on the law of attraction, then maybe this will work for you.

It's not that I wouldn't recommend this book, it just wasn't for me!


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- DMac17 "DMac17"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-03-2007
  • Publisher: Hay House