Reviews - What do customers think about Quick to Listen, Slow to Speak?
Simple yet profound Sep 4, 2004
The concepts put forth in this book are not earth shattering theology. They are simple principles taught in Scripture, expounded in a very engaging manner. Principles that are seldom really practiced in our day to day interactions with other people. This book deals much of what comes out of our mouth, and I believe the title is rather self-explanitory.
This would be an excellent book to use in Bible studies at home or at Church, and if you were to follow the principles established in this book, you would see your life revolutionized (a word I do not use lightly).
Incredible book to live by. May 14, 2001
This book is a book for anyone who is interested in developing sound interpersonal relationships. This is a read not once but a read ongoing throughout life. The examples and advice in a biblical sense yet not overly religious in any way.
This book teaches us when to shut our traps. Sep 10, 1999
This book is a strong tool in learning how to listen to others.I think it will hit some of you right between the eyes.It puts a strong hold on the scipture James 1:19.I think as christians we ought to learn in order to save someone we have to love and listen to them.This book has already helped me in many areas involving me and my big mouth.It has tought me that the more I speak the more I mess my self up.