Today I’m happy to introduce you to my writing friend and author of Transforming Your Thought Life: Christian Meditation in Focus – Sarah Geringer. She is a speaker, artist, and author of three self-published books.Continue reading “Meet the Author of Transforming Your Thought Life – Sarah Geringer”
Remembering God is a practice widely spoken of in the Bible. What does it mean to remember God in daily life and why are we to remember Him continually?
How can we responsibly handle our expectations and thus increase our satisfaction in life? The hotel is crowded and loud, the desired job comes in a package with a complaining colleague, the attempts to eat healthy fail, a friend refuses to help at the last minute, the husband has forgotten the anniversary.
One of the most important results of God’s redemptive and transformational work in us is the righteous judgement and discernment. It serves as a basis for decision-making and action. The righteous judgment is the basis for overcoming in life. Continue reading “4 Principles of the Righteous Judgement and Discernment”
There is a great deception that blurs our eyes. And it prevents us from living according to our true identity as God’s children. This is the deception of compromising or the middle ground. This deception is rooted in the lie that we can live simultaneously under the leadership of two different masters. Or that at the same time we can to observe the laws of two different kingdoms. Continue reading “How to Аvoid the Deception of Compromising”
The way to maintain an attitude of joy and satisfaction is to make the daily choice to refusе to worry. And turn the focus instead on the reality of God’s presence. Continue reading “5 Biblical Steps to Keep the Joy”
God’s anti-stress therapy is God’s rest. In the previous post, we looked at God’s rest and the main way of entering and staying in it. One of the most important keys to apply this anti-stress therapy is the exercise of self-control in our thinking. Continue reading “Keys to Apply God’s Anti-stress Therapy”
The overcoming of destructive mindsets and perceptions is completely possible. The starting point is the identification of the trauma that has not been properly dealt with and healed. In this way, it has served as an entry point misconceptions and personality distortions.
Our thoughts determine our lifestyle. Many people suffer from destructive thinking. That’s why the Bible emphasized the renewing the mind, the re-programming of our thinking very strongly. It is the primary way of recovery, healing and a lifestyle filled with satisfaction and joy. The renewal of the mind has two components.
The opening of the way of faith and learning to walk in this way is, of course, only the beginning. The goal is a steady living by faith when faith is constantly growing and being perfected. In this way faith becomes a major motivation and driving force. Only then we can fully achieve and experience God’s specific purposes and plans for our lives. Thus we can fulfill completely what we are created for.