Are Your Thoughts Assets or Liabilities?
Are your thoughts assets or liabilities?
“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”
Each one of us have to ask ourselves and determine: Are my thoughts assets or liabilities? Will they produce life or will they produce death? Are they empowering me or sabotaging me?
In Isaiah 55:8, God gives us an invitation when He says”
“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways…”
He is inviting us to come and embrace His thoughts and His ways. When our thoughts align with God’s thoughts, Heaven’s realities become ours. The only way that we can change our world is by changing our thinking. The Bible calls this renewing our mind. So today, I challenge you to think about what you’re thinking about and align your thoughts with Heaven.
Father, right now I bless each one and I pray that you would give them the discernment and the grace to assess themselves and their hearts so that they know that their thoughts are assets and not liabilities.
I bless you now in the Name of Jesus.
She, alongside her husband, pioneered Giving Light Christian Fellowship in Elizabethville, PA. Over 35 years later, they continue to see God’s hand at work within the vision to “equip all ages to discover destiny and activate purpose for local and global Kingdom impact.” Dr. Melodye is ordained and under the oversight of Christian International Apostolic Network (CIAN) founded by Bishop Bill Hamon. She and her husband, Steven, serve on the board of governors to Christian International as well as regional oversight for the Mid-Atlantic Region within their Apostolic Network.
In 2002, she founded International Training Center, which continues to expand with a passion to equip and empower emerging and established leaders. In addition, she has established the Voice of Justice Foundation to be a voice of hope, hands of rescue, and an instrument of justice on behalf of the neglected, abused, or shamed. Dr. Melodye travels nationally and internationally ministering, training, consulting, and coaching. She has two grown children and three active grandchildren.