By Kenneth Copeland
During this global, making the best judgements isn't effortless except you realize the solutions. during this user-friendly minibook, Kenneth Copeland indicates you the way via religion you'll find supernatural ideas to daily difficulties. you are going to study: -How to have the brain of Christ via pondering God's strategies -How to listen to God's voice in each determination you are making colossal or small -How making judgements by means of the anointing produces holiness on your existence. if you are trying to find the answer to a difficult challenge, ensure that you do locate the appropriate one...after all, it is a subject of selection!
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Why? They'd made the wrong choice. They had chosen to look to natural solutions instead of supernatural ones. Faith never even entered their minds until they were about to drown! It should have. After all, Jesus had been teaching them the Word all day. He'd told them how the devil comes to choke the Word with pressures and cares of the world. Then he got into the boat and said, "Now we will go to the other side" and went to sleep expecting His Word to be carried out. If they'd really listened to the Word Jesus had taught, any one of those disciples could have—and should have—stood up in the bow of that boat and hollered, "Peace be still!
In other words, you don't have to stay below God's thoughts. Your thoughts can come up to His level. How? Through His Word. God's thoughts are in His Word, so if you think His Word, you'll think His thoughts. But wait a minute. To think God's supernatural thoughts, you'd have to have a "supernatural mind" wouldn't you? Yes—and if you're a believer, you already have one. " I read that for years but I didn't really understand it until I translated the word Christ. " So, to have the mind of Christ is to have a mind that is under the influence of the anointing of God.
All the pieces of the puzzle start coming together. You can save yourself so much heartache and headache it isn't even funny, just by spending some quality time in God's presence and in His Word. If you'll let Him, He will help you with every choice you make. No Natural Solutions Yes, every choice. Such a thought would surprise most people. They have an idea that they'll bring God in on the major problems in their lives, but they can handle the other things fine without Him. It's kind of a personal version of the government's "separation of Church and state" theory.
A matter of choice : how to make the right decision every time by Kenneth Copeland