- 1 Where in the Bible does it say you are what you think?
- 2 What the Bible Says About Your Mind?
- 3 What you dwell on is what you become?
- 4 What does the Bible say about thoughts and feelings?
- 5 Does God speak through thoughts?
- 6 What are the thoughts?
- 7 Does sin start in the mind?
- 8 Does God put someone on your mind?
- 9 What does it mean to have the same mindset as Jesus?
- 10 What you focus on you become Bible?
- 11 Who said you are what you think?
- 12 Who said as you think so you become?
- 13 Why did God give us passions or emotions?
- 14 Where do my thoughts come from?
- 15 How do you control your thoughts?
Where in the Bible does it say you are what you think?
As you think, you will become. Proverbs 4:23 | Classroom quotes, Book of proverbs, Words.
What the Bible Says About Your Mind?
Scripture has several things to say about the mind: First, the Bible says that the mind is naturally at enmity with God (Romans 8:7). A person’s mind is against God. Because of sin, the mind is an enemy of God (Colossians 1:21). Such a mind will not obey the law of God.
What you dwell on is what you become?
Proverbs 23:7 what you dwell on, you become. So dwell on what is true, pure, honest, worth of praise.
What does the Bible say about thoughts and feelings?
Proverbs 12:15 says the way of the fool is right in his own eyes. God gave us our feelings and emotions for a reason. Living by faith doesn’t mean we ignore them. They are not evil by themselves, but what we allow our thoughts to dwell on may be negative and causing an unhealthy overload of negative emotions.
Does God speak through thoughts?
God speaks through thoughts and feelings
When God is speaking to you, it’s not likely that he will come stand in front of you in the flesh. No, but he will help you “hear” him through thoughts and feelings.
What are the thoughts?
Thoughts are mental cognitions—our ideas, opinions, and beliefs about ourselves and the world around us. While thoughts are shaped by life experiences, genetics, and education, they are generally under conscious control. In other words, if you are aware of your thoughts and attitudes, you can choose to change them.
Does sin start in the mind?
Sin begins in the mind; 2. A wrong thought comes before a wrong act; 3. Therefore, sin begins within the mind when we choose to accept a wrong thought and engage ourselves with it, instead of rejecting it; 4. With the help of God we can overcome even the thought of sin.
Does God put someone on your mind?
It’s pretty cool because when that happens (a picture of someone pops into your mind or you are reminded of them or you have them on your heart) it’s usually God reminding you of that person for a reason. He is also drawing you into a conversation with Him (prophecy and intercession).
What does it mean to have the same mindset as Jesus?
“In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness.” Philippians 2:5-7 (NIV)
What you focus on you become Bible?
You Are What You Think – Proverbs 23:7.
Who said you are what you think?
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve,” Napoleon Hill once said. “The mind is everything. What you think, you become,” Buddha taught.
Who said as you think so you become?
Bruce Lee – As you think, so shall you become.
Why did God give us passions or emotions?
Why did God give us “passions” or emotions? God made man in such a way that he can love and hate, desire or despise something, be attracted by some things and afraid of others, be full of joy, sorrow, or anger. In the depths of his heart man always loves good and hates evilor what he considers to be such.
Where do my thoughts come from?
Subjectively, our thoughts come from nowhere: they just pop into our heads, or emerge in the form of words leaving our mouths. Objectively, we can say that thoughts emerge from neural processes, and that neural processes come from everywhere.
How do you control your thoughts?
Here’s how to get a grip on it:
- Be aware. Be prepared.
- Name it. When you are stuck in negativity, and feel yourself falling into dark thoughts, stop the cycle by naming it.
- Fear is illogical.
- Erase and Replace.
- Do a reality check.
- Present Moment Mindfulness.
- It’s your choice.