Stop the Spiral Devotional: 100 Days of Breaking Free from Negative Thoughts

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About this ebook

Stop spiraling thoughts and use your God-given power to think differently with this 100-day motivational resource inspired by the New York Times bestseller Get Out of Your Head, from the visionary behind the million-strong IF:Gathering.

Are your thoughts holding you captive? Are you worn out from getting stuck in patterns of anxiety, distraction, or cynicism? If so, do you know that God built a way for us to escape that downward spiral?

Stop the Spiral Devotional, inspired by the New York Times bestseller Get Out of Your Head, is your invitation to begin noticing negative spirals—every day. In this book, you’ll find one hundred days of devotions to inspire you to stop toxic thinking patterns and remind you of God’s power to set you free. Each day’s reading includes:

• verses for meditating on God’s Word
• a “Rewire the Spiral” statement to repeat throughout your day
• a personal prayer for sparking deeper intimacy with God

Let this hundred-day devotional guide you in refusing to be a victim to your thoughts and in realizing that you have already been equipped with God’s power to live free.

About the author

Jennie Allen is the founder and visionary of IF:Gathering as well as the New York Times bestselling author of Get Out of Your Head, Find Your People, Made for This, Anything, and Nothing to Prove. A frequent speaker at national events and conferences, she is a passionate leader, following God’s call on her life to catalyze a generation to live what they believe. Jennie earned a master’s in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. She and her husband, Zac, have four children.

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