Mind of Christ

Mind of Christ | 31 Days of Christian Thinking | Dana Pittman

Am I the only one walking around talking to myself? I am repeating the Put It In Your Pocket statements, reminding myself that I am empowered and I am forgiven—when my thoughts gravitate towards unrighteous thinking. Today, I’m trying to hit this one out of the park. Short and...

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Log Kindling

Log Kindling | 31 Days of Christian Thinking | Dana Pittman

It was a long day. And hard to sit at my computer for today’s post. Therefore, my formatting may be a little different but my heart for today’s post is 100% here. Passages “Judge not, that you be not judged. For with the judgment you pronounce you will...

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Self-Control

Self Control | 31 Days of Christian Thinking | Dana Pittman

We are always thinking something. …always. It can be a passing thought, a memory, a reaction. Our minds are running like a computer that never turns off…even when we sleep. Passage For this very reason, make every effort to supplement your faith with virtue, and virtue with knowledge,...

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Put Off. Put On.

Put Off. Put On. | 31 Days of Christian Thinking | Dana Pittman

Ever tried to cut something from your life cold-turkey? You know, just one day you decide I am no longer eating meat? Or I will never drink coffee again? Passage to put off your old self, which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through...

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Christian Mindset and Habits

Christian Mindset & Habits | 31 Days of Christian Thinking | Dana Pittman

Christian thinking is an active, continual process. Do you exercise? Whether you do or don’t you are certainly aware that one run will not give you the physical ability to run a marathon (26.1 miles). Passage and to be renewed in the spirit of your minds, Ephesians 4:23 ESV and...

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