Day 9: 100 Words on Thinking Right

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This is Day 9 of the Write 31 Days Challenge. To get caught up from Day 1, click here.

In Philippians 4:8, Paul tells us what kind of thoughts to think: thoughts that are true, just, honest, pure, lovely, virtuous, praise-worthy.

We have a choice in the thoughts we think.

If it’s a good report, think about it.

If it’s a bad report, don’t think about it.

Declaring these God-inspired thoughts out loud strengthens belief magnanimously.

When we have strong positive beliefs in the spirit of  our mind, our thoughts and actions come from our spirit instead of our conscious mind.

Instead of consciously trying so hard to do the things that bring the results we want, we will do these things from our spirit.

We will think and declare without conscious effort.

Heaven’s resources become available to us.

When our actions come from our spirit, we will find ourselves living victoriously.

 148 words.
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5 Responses

  1. It seems so easy, right? IF it’s good, think about it. IF it’s not, don’t!!! So why don’t we get that? LOL. Love the 100 word thing – well, 148 today!!!

  2. I love the idea of victorious living! Amen! Keep writing!

  3. I often have to remind myself that I am not a victim of my thoughts, but that I can “take them captive” (2 Corinthians 10:5) and replace them with the right thoughts.

  4. Congrats on doing 31 Days … you’re 1/3 of the way through. Yippee and best wishes from a few doors down at Anita’s place …

  5. That’s why I don’t watch the news ;). It’s unbiblical. I especially need to remember not to let myself get caught up in the acrimony around the presidental election…

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