A.W. Tozer Quotes (Author of The Pursuit of God)
Learning To Think Like Jesus with Rick Warren
When You Believe in God But Still Worry All the Time
For many of us, we equate meditation with that great sculpture The Thinker by Auguste Rodin. But meditation is far from just taking a seat, thinking and doing nothing. Rather, meditation is reflecting, considering, pondering and contemplating. This is an active, deliberate effort to do something involving both mind and heart. And to follow this with action. Our minds and imaginations run constantly. They never stop.
Worry Is not Your Friend
N ot long ago, I forgot the birthday of a good friend. After I looked back at my calendar, I saw the problem. I neglected to set up a reminder for the important day. We overlook significant things in our lives often because of our busyness—not because of our apathy. Unaware as it happens, we can allow our busy lives to crowd out our devotion to God.
By Oswald Chambers You will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You. If you have never used your mind to place yourself before God, begin to do it now. There is no reason to wait for God to come to you. Your mind is the greatest gift God has given you and it ought to be devoted entirely to Him. This will be one of the greatest assets of your faith when a time of trial comes, because then your faith and the Spirit of God will work together. When you have thoughts and ideas that are worthy of credit to God, learn to compare and associate them with all that happens in nature— the rising and the setting of the sun, the shining of the moon and the stars, and the changing of the seasons.
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