3 Points to show that SCIENCE AND SCRIPTURE agree on the importance of our THOUGHTS:

1. “When you make a conscious decision to focus and direct your attention CORRECTLY, you CHANGE PHYSICAL MATTER – your brain and your body change in a HEALTHY way. Purposely catching your thoughts can control the brains sensory processing, the brain’s rewiring, the neurotransmitters, the genentic expression and the cellular activity in a positive or negative direction. You choose.” DR CAROLINE LEAF

2. “Science now is able to demonstrate that we are “wired for love”, and fear (which incorporates anything toxic), is therefore NOT our NORM. This means our natural fashioned-after-God inclination is one of optimism and good, healthy thinking. God designed humans to observe our own thoughts, catch those that are bad and get rid of them. The importance of capturing those thoughts cannot be underestimated because research show that the vast majority of mental and physical illness comes from our thought life rather than environment and genes. An undisciplined mind is filled with a continuous stream of worries, fear, and distorted perceptions that trigger degenerative processes in the mind and body.” DR CAROLINE LEAF

3. “The condition that your mind should be in, is described in this scripture: ‘…whatever is TRUE, whatever is NOBLE, whatever is RIGHT, whatever is PURE, whatever is LOVELY, whatever is ADMIRABLE—if anything is EXCELLENT or PRAISEWORTHY—think about SUCH things. Phil 4:8. You have the mind of Christ. Begin to use it: if He wouldn’t think it then you shouldn’t think it either. It is this continual watching over your thoughts that you begin to take EVERY thought captive unto the obedience of Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit is quick to remind you if your mind is beginning to take you in the wrong direction, then the decision becomes yours. Will you flow in the mind of the flesh or in the mind of the spirit? One leads to death the other life. The choice is yours.” JOYCE MEYER

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