Resurrect your potential, not your problems


Too often, I “resurrect” my problem. I mull them, overthink them. I need to learn to stop, to “take captive every thought to the obedience of Christ.”

A much more productive thinking mode would be “resurrect” your potential. Expel the negative thinking from the mind and fill it full of positive thinking. Fill it with prayer and praise, not rehearsings of conversations gone awry.

As sure as negative thoughts lead to negative actions, so do positive thoughts.

8 responses to “Resurrect your potential, not your problems

  1. Amen! A short summary of Philippians 4:8: Whatever things are true, noble, just, pure, lovely, of a good report; if there is any virtue and anything praiseworthy, think on these things. Thanks for the reminder!

  2. Help us Lord Jesus put a little stop in our hearts and mouths when we let the negative overcome us. Let us remember the resurrection power of Christ is within us. Thank You, Jesus.

  3. Reblogged this on Baby Mama's Blog and commented:
    Love this!

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