Battlefield of the Mind Podcast: Why worry?

Part 1: Why Worry?

Part 2: A Judgmental Mind?

Battlefield of the Mind Week 6: Why worry?

What is worry? Why do we do it? And how do we stop it?

This is the topic of the Battlefield of the Mind Podcast for this week. If you will take a few minutes to listen, I believe the message presented will radically change your life. Simply click on the play button for Part 1.Then wait a few minutes in order for the message to download. Repeat for Part 2. (In part 2, I share an incredible dream the Lord gave me recently which you are sure to be blessed by.)

The definition of  worry is to torment oneself with disturbing thoughts or to allow your mind to dwell on difficulty.

Did you hear that? To worry is to torment  yourself by allowing  your mind to dwell   on difficulty. On the contrary, the definition of peace is freedom from disturbance. So how do we get from a worried mind to one of peace?

The Word says in Philippians 4:6, “Be anxious or nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be known to God; and the peace of God, which surpasses understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.”

Knowing that “do not worry” is a command from the Lord. We have the assurance that it is possible to live a worry-free life. However, in order to walk in this victory, we have a role to play in ridding our minds of this useless emotion. While it is true we can not stop certain thoughts from entering our mind, we do have the ability to control how long we think on those particular thoughts.

We can not have peace and torment ourselves by thinking on difficulty at the same time. We must begin to actively resist the temptation to think on worrisome things by replacing those thoughts with the truth written in the Word of God. When we do, we will begin to experience the “peace that passes understanding” the Bible promises us.

This Podcast based on Chapter 12 and 13 of Joyce Meyer’s book, “Battlefield of the Mind” is sure to transform your thinking, help you to live the life that Christ has called you to, and rid yourself of an anxious/worried/judgmental mind.

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