Crash the Chatterbox: Hearing God's Voice Above All Others by Steven Furtick really called out to me the moment I read the title. I'm sure I am not the only person to find it difficult to really listen to God's voice when all the other tiny voices in my head are telling me negative things about just about anything. I love how the beginning of the book starts off with a recollection of Furtick's inner monologue about a simple burnt out light bulb. It's not that the changing the bulb was something he physically couldn't do, but the story perfectly illustrates how the "chatterbox" can easily derail our plans, ideas, and even our day, by a seemingly simple thing.
I really enjoyed reading this book. Furtick says in order to hear God's voice, we have to silence those other voices around us and really tune in. This would be a great tool for anyone struggling with their own chatterbox.
I received this book for the purpose of review. The opinions are my own.