“I think, therefore, I am.” - Rene Descartes, Discourse on Method, 1637. Actually, the Bible taught this concept thousands of years before his quote. What are we thinking? And, how much time did we spend thinking it? The Bible has profound wisdom concerning how we become that which we think about. With all of the hours in a day, it’s important that we understand what we think about each day.
1. What things, right now, do we think about daily that are unworthy of a Son or Daughter of God?
2. If you answered Question 1 honestly, how will you pray to think about the things of God more each day?
Challenge: Lord, help us to remember your Proverbs, and to think of worthy things (i.e. - things that are of You, and not this world) daily. For as we think, such are we. Help us to remember that you are above the petty things of this world, and that Your thoughts are higher than ours. Even so, we should try to think of others as You think of them.
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