What’s On Your Mind And In Your Heart?
We are all on a spiritual journey whether we spend much of our time in the workplace or at home. What is on your mind and in your heart says a lot about where you are on your spiritual walk. The events in our day have a way of distracting our spiritual focus and sometimes create an environment where we are not at our spiritual best. Did someone cut you off on the way to work? How did you react? Was there a co-worker who took credit for your idea or work results? Is there a flirtatious situation that is stealing attention from your relationship at home? The Bible gives us some encouragement in Psalm 19:14 “May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.” Just think of the power of this prayer and imagine if every word from your lips and every thought in your heart was pleasing to God. Would your words and thoughts be any different for the situations above? Imagine what the planet would be like if every person thought the thoughts and spoke the words that were always pleasing to God. Perhaps because we are imperfect, this is not possible; but we should honor God by trying our very best to do it! What is on your mind and in your heart? Do you think it pleases God?
More Than Words On Your Mind and In Your Heart
As we go about our daily lives it is easy to relegate the scripture to words on your mind and in your heart, however, the power of the biblical principles is when the words are put into action. OlyLife has the mission of encouragement and therefore, we want to encourage you to do the tough part which is to live out the words of scripture in your daily walk. Perhaps last year, last month, last week, or yesterday you were not on track. Seek forgiveness from your loving God who gives us grace and commit to live out your faith in deeds. May the words on your mind and the meditations in your heart be pleasing to your heavenly father as you speak to co-workers and family members and as you act upon the thoughts in your heart. Don’t let the tough financial times, or difficult relationships distract you from living out the scriptures on your mind and in your heart. When your words and actions are pleasing to God you are making the most of your one and only life – That’s OlyLife!
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