Furtick does an amazing job at laying bare the real life dialogue that can take place in the mind of a believer. Things like, "Those people don't really like you so . . . " or "You're not really making a difference . . . " or even "If you're saved then why do you keep . . ." More than likely we've all heard those voices a time or two. Furtick writes on how we can defeat those voices or as he says, "crash the chatterbox." There is victory to be had over doubts, fears, and condemnation. Furtick reminds the reader that deliverance comes when we quit listening to the jargon of the enemy and tune into the frequency of God's voice echoing through the scriptures. There we hear the true voice of God and there and only there do we find peace.
I'd say this is definite must read. Interesting dialogue can be had while reading the book and especially afterwards.