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No kidding! Some days I wish they would actually listen! 🙂
Amen!!!! “Shuuuuut uuuup!!” 😉
True; there are moments when I feel that they should shut up on their own 😀
lol What if they don’t listen, or worse tell you to shut up?
Like the sheep on brother Bear…
LOL! Yes, that is a problem!
Ha ha ha God bless you!
In that case, may Jesus help us!
I just added a worship song to my Diary post Did you see it?
I’ll scoot over to it.
Negative thoughts are natural. Why? It is how we as humans work through adversity. However, we can not allow the ideas associated with adversity to control our lives we must compartmentalize and contextualize our anger, sadness, frustration or generally negative emotions.
This is very good observation!
Amen!!! They have ruled my life for way longer than they should have!! Thank you for your timely post!! 😀
What I have experienced over the years since my old self withered away quite suddenly, when God opened my mind’s eye and I saw the outside world from inside, fear set in but love won, the negative thoughts churned but Spirit turned the negative into butter, by turning the story around till it formed a good story, like being washed clean, the negative produced good clean light from inside. This means God is working, winning hearts, as fear no longer remains. The negative for me is in chains, as I zip my lips. I struggle with this daily but I know God holds my heart and others too.
Wow! Tnx 4 the wisdom!
Oh God Yes! SHUT UP….those negative thoughts thoroughly handed me my ass this week. Geez! But I’m working it out. 🙂
Yes! Yes! Yes! If it’s not in God’s Word for me, then it’s not for me.
I tell them that Jesus wants to have a word with them…
Hehhehehe. that’s good!
The mind doesn’t always listen, but you can make a negative thought feel ashamed of itself by talking about why the thought is so wrong.
🙂 thanks for ur wisdd
In my field, we call it “negative self-talk.” Same thing, same solution. I always offer Phil. 4:4-8 as a go-to for getting your mind out of the mutter 🙂
?? All I see is a tiny little square box 🙂