Dirty Thoughts

Taking Thoughts Captive, Bible, thought life
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When you let your mind wander, where does it go?

I don’t want to tell you how often mine heads straight to dirty thoughts—not porno, but bitter memories or worries or self-pity. This is especially true when I’m going through a difficulty. 

Last year, I learned that we speak at a rate of 120 words a minute, but we think Negative Thoughts at 1300 words a minute!

That means our thoughts can bury us in a pit of self-despair 10 times faster than spoken words.

No wonder Scripture says:
“We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ” 2 Corinthians 10:5.

If you’re struggling in some area of your life, it’s likely your thoughts are involved. Take time today to ask God to help you take your thoughts captive.
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  1. I was going to say I found you through the UBP but it appears I found you earlier...so blessed to have re-found you, my friend! Thanks for stopping by to say hi on my blog and many blessings to you :)

    visiting from Here to Find Him

  2. I'm here from the party~ :o) Thank you for visiting me, commenting, and following me on Twitter. I am following you via Facebook!

    Amen about capturing our thoughts! That is where the battle begins!

    Bless you!

  3. You share these truths and insights so clearly! They are liberating. Thank you for reminding us of this truth... truly.

    Hopping over from the UBP12.. it is very nice to meet you :)

  4. Dropping by from UBP and wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog Tckled Pink Life!

  5. That is amazing data on negative thoughts! It certainly does not pay to keep a Poor Me and self pity attitude. You have given us some excellent food for thought!

  6. I've just clicked on your blog through Mara's and wondered what it was about. I have very very negative thinking, sometimes I get so angry and depressed that I get headaches, stomach aches, shoulder aches and I brood over things on and on and on. This is for one reason and another but sometimes I feel no one at all understands, and I have no one to really talk to about it.

  7. So many negative things pop up in my head. It just makes matters worse. This is one of my worst struggles. It is really hard to let it go, but I find it easier if it leave it at the Almighty's feet. It may not completely be gone from my mind, but I do find a small sense of peace after.


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