Finally, brothers and sisters, 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.
Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.
Summary: The struggles we face as we journey with the Lord are varied and many. None are more difficult that the battles that rage within our minds. If we are to overcome, we must approach this battle from a biblical approach. (A continuation of previous study)
Summary: The struggles we face as we journey with the Lord are varied and many. None are more difficult that the battles that rage within our minds. If we are to overcome spiritually, we must learn to win this battle from a biblical approach.
Summary: Although there are many self-help publications with this title, if an author doesn’t cite God as the source of all positive thought and ability it’s not something I’ll read. The power doesn't come from channeling some unknown energy it comes from God.
Summary: A lot of people think if they just had the right "formula" for praying that God would hear them. But that's not true. God's not impressed with your form, He's impressed with your childlike faith in prayer. So, how can I have that kind of faith in prayer?
Summary: Philippians 4:13 does not say that we can literally do anything. What it does say, though, is that a super-powered God will willingly and repeatedly share His strength with us when things get difficult.
Summary: Probably nothing can contribute more to the quality of our lives than a positive attitude. And yet, sometimes it is so easy for us to become critical. And we end up focusing on the negatives. (Powerpoints Available - #225)
Summary: 4 steps for turning a bad attitude into a good one (Material adapted from Les and Leslie Parrott's book, When Bad Things Happen to Good Marriages, chapter 4, One Bad Thing Every Good Marriage Can Improve, pgs. 69-80)
Summary: Worry affects our thinking, feeling, and choosing. Worry wastes time and energy. Relationships with our spouses, families, coworkers, friends, and the Lord suffer. Health problems arise from worry. It shows a lack of trust in God. There is a better way!