Today I read an article by Stephen Flurry on the theTrumpet.com about focusing our thoughts on the righteous things of God which helped me correct a behavior that I needed to correct. Sometimes I allow my mind to focus on things that aren’t righteous and I desire to change that. If you have a similar problem and want to solve it, then this article is for you.
The following is an exert from Righteousness In, Righteousness Out:
“In the early days of computer programming, there was a popular phrase, “Garbage in, garbage out”—meaning, if the programming was lousy, the computer’s output would be useless.
The human mind is a million times more sophisticated and powerful than a computer, but the same principle applies: The quality of our mental output depends on what we put into our minds! If we fill our minds with garbage, then that’s what we will return.
“For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7). That’s one of the most profound proverbs in the Bible. As we think in our hearts, so are we!”
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