Taking Thoughts Captive

Failure resides in the area of our thoughts. This is the reason that Jesus commands us to take every thought captive (2 Corinthians 10:5). 

Thoughts are seeds that lead either to life or to death. For this reason, we must monitor them closely and permit only life-producing thoughts to enter our minds. Learning how to monitor one’s thoughts takes practice – and lots of it. 

Years ago, a friend of mine asked her three-year-old son what he was thinking about. He said, “I’m thinking about what I’m thinking about.” What wisdom out of the mouth of a babe! 

Let’s be like that three-year-old little boy. Let’s make it a habit to think about what we’re thinking about.

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4 thoughts on “Taking Thoughts Captive

  1. Hi Mary Ann –

    This is a subject dear to my heart. Our thoughts are a prelude to our actions.

    Scripture instructs us to think on whatever is good, lovely, of good report, etc.

    Speaking of this subject, I have repented from my aversion to water and am making an effort to drink more.

    Blessings,
    Susan 🙂

    January 21, 2009 at 8:10 PM

  2. Hi Mary Ann –

    I’ve given you the Premio-Dardas award. You can get the details at my blog tomorrow.

    Your thoughtful, insightful posts always get my creative juices flowing. Thank you.

    Blessings,
    Susan 🙂

    January 22, 2009 at 7:02 PM

  3. Thanks to all of you wonderful Power Writers for your many great comments. Unlike my other blog setup, this one does not enable me to reply directly to each one of you. So I am sending this group reply to thank you and to let you know that I read every one of your posts and that I deeply appreciate them. You teach me so much by your comments. Most of all, you encourage me to continue blogging. I love each of you very much and pray God’s blessings upon you.

    January 22, 2009 at 11:22 PM