Item description for Dynamic Laws of Prosperity by Catherine Ponder...
This book is the result of several recent recessions and many years of lean living. Nobody likes recessions and nobody likes lean living - and indeed nobody should like them. For fifteen years I tried to find such a book as this one. During those years of searching the bookshelves, I found that there are many books which give various ideas, but in none of them did I find a set of compact, simple laws for assuring success. I began searching for a book such as this after having been widowed and left with a small son to rear and educate. Since I had no training for work and no means of income, I would have given anything to have known then about the power of prosperous thinking. For a while I experienced depression, ill health, loneliness, financial lack and a sense of complete failure. It seemed that the whole world was against me, and that everything that I did went wrong. But with my son to provide for, I could not settle for failure. I had to succeed for his sake as well as for my own. Finally, when I was at my lowest ebb emotionally, physically and financially, I learned about the power of thought as an instrument for success or failure. I came to realize that the right use of my mind could become the key to healthy, happy, prosperous, successful living. As soon as I grasped this wonderful success secret, the tide began to change! This book plainly shows how prosperous thinking has helped people in every walk of life to experience these results. Furthermore, it shows how prosperous thinking can do these things for you, too!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.1" Width: 7.1" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.4 lbs.
Release Date Mar 3, 2007
ISBN 9562913902 ISBN13 9789562913904
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More About Catherine Ponder
Catherine Ponder is considered one of America's foremost inspirational authors. She has written more than a dozen books, which include such bestsellers as her "Millionaires of the Bible" series. She is a minister of the non-denominational Unity faith and has been described by some as "the Norman Vincent Peale among lady ministers."
Catherine Ponder currently resides in Palm Desert Palm Springs Palm, in the state of California.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Dynamic Laws of Prosperity?
Very inspiring Jun 23, 2008
I have read many books from Catherine Ponder, everyone is the complement of the previous ones. Very good job.
Christian Ministry Jun 10, 2008
If I had known Catherine Ponder was a minister, I would never have bought (and returned) this book. If you believe prayer and positive thinking will bring you prosperity, I suppose this book will be fine for you. If you aren't a devout Christian, however, you might find this book hard to deal with.
The laws work! Apr 26, 2008
I originally bought this book three years ago. I had read the Game of Life by Florence Shinn and I was looking for more info about prosperity. WE have used the laws, specifically the law of vaccuum- giving things away freely,writing things down, visualization, affirmations and the most powerful law- tithing. I can't begin to tell you how using these laws have changed my family's life. It is like clockwork, everytime we use these laws wonderful things come about in unexpected ways. Actually, I have a list of things I wanted in life from three years ago when I bought the book and even though they seemed a bit unnattainable at the time, I can say that as of today, every single thing on that list (and more) have miraculuously came true. Now I stock up on copies of this and the Game of Life and give them to people who need and want to learn the laws.
worthwhile message, presentation is a bit weak Apr 7, 2008
This is the first Catherine Ponder book I have read and, while I normally read a lot of motivational material, I likely will not read any more Catherine Ponder anytime soon. Her message is certainly worthwhile: making affirmations in your own life will help you to draw upon God's assistance to achieve your goals. She is also a minister, which explains why she draws her approach from a sprirtual angle. While this effort is certainly worthwhile for a reader, her supporting examples are not specific enough to satisfy my need for "proof". In Ponder's book, her examples are full of "a woman I know...", "a businessman...", and other such vague statements. Contrast that with Napolean Hill's book "Think and Grow Rich." Hill's examples are specific and precise: "Thomas Edison tried over 10,000 times...". Napolean Hill and Catherine Ponder both have a similar message in their books. But while Catherine Ponder's message is meaningful and worthwhile, her examples are not down to earth enough to suit my tastes.
simple yet world-shaking concepts Feb 21, 2008
Catherine Ponder makes it sound easy - and it is. She relieves us of any old guilt we might carry from christian childhood that leads us to think we have to passively wait and see what god has in store for us. Or that wanting more money, health, peace of mind might be sort of selfish or evil. She knows we're built to go for it and when we don't, we get depressed. It's GOOD to be busy reaching goals. I've had this book a while and just ordered one for a friend who needs a good shake - her goal is to have "just enough" to exist and no more. So silly. As Catherine taught, the universe is huge, wealthy and generous.