Posted by: Pure Glory | 03/28/2021

Mind Battle

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

The battle is in the mind but the power is in your mouth. Your words matter and have the power to change your world.

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  1. I can see why scripture teaches us to be of few words, and that we will answer for every one of them. Words are as a knife with some (Proverbs 10:18-21). Life and death are in the power of the tongue. Your post is a sure reminder why we need to renew our mind with the word of God before we engage our mouth. May God Bless You Always.
    Julia

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    • Yes, renewing our minds with the Word of God is vital to our spiritual health. Abundant blessings!

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  2. “Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.” (Luke 6:45) Our hearts and minds surely need to be full of God’s Word in this world today. You give a powerful reminder to us!

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    • Thank you, Patty! It is so important to renew our mind by thinking on the Word of God.

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  3. YES! Such a powerful message that needs to be repeated and repeated and repeated..

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  4. Love the silhouette of the child and butterfly. An image is one of purity, which God requires us to have in our thoughts and speech. It all begins in the mind. Thank you for sharing! 🙏

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    • You are welcome! Sogood you caught the essence of the photo. It does begin in the mind and renewing it by eating the Word of God. Blessings!

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  5. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    THE BOOK OF JAMES HAS A LOT TO SAY ABOUT THIS!

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  6. O, I wish everyone could pay more attention to the words they say… especially to themselves. Sometimes we’re our worst enemies based on the self-chat we have

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