Posted by: irenesroth | April 6, 2013

A Review for Booksneeze Publishers

The Language of Blessing
By: Joseph Cavanaugh

Would you like to learn to speak the language of blessing to all the people around you and to your kids? If you do, this book is for you!

We live in a very pessimistic, narcissistic, and suspicious time. Very few people are positive and upbeat. We complain about everything and everyone. Nothing ever makes us happy. We have no idea what unique gifts we have and what unique contribution we can make to the world.

We are unique and one of a kind. No one is like us or ever will be like us. We have to become aware of our God-given gifts in ourselves and others. Then we will live a much happier and fulfilling life. Gratitude is something we have to develop as well. Instead of complaining about what we don’t have, we should celebrate what we do have because we each have a lot of to celebrate and rejoice for.

Joseph Cavanaugh outlines many practical tools we can use to recognize our true gifts and talents. He teaches us throughout the book how to speak the language of blessing to our kids and those around us. Then perhaps others will also speak the language of blessing to us as well. And we will make this world a much more positive and kind place to be—one small action and positive attitude at a time.

Joseph Cavanaugh III is a frequent speaker at pastors’ conferences, summits, retreats, and faith-based universities. He has worked as both an entrepreneur and a ministry leader, including serving as a founding president of the Mobile Electronics Retailers association, director of New Life Ministries, and associate partner of Gallup’s Faith Practise division.

I received this kindle e-book from Thomas Nelson’s through, book reviewers program. The views in this book review are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16CFR, Part 255.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth


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