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It’s in your head! | Resurrected Marriage

It’s in your head!


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5 comments on “It’s in your head!
  1. Sabra Penley says:

    Great message, Megan! I heard it said that battles are often won or lost in our minds. 2 Cor. 10:5 is a wonderful verse to help us remember to be aware of our destructive thoughts and to replace them with God’s truth. Thanks for sharing from your heart.

  2. Lisa says:

    An encouraging message Megan. The Philippians 4:8 verse has been a guiding verse for me for many years. I really appreciate your insight – “We didn’t get to choose what thoughts popped into our minds, but we got to choose what happened with them when they didn’t line up with true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent or praiseworthy.” It is a choice, we do choose how we are going to respond. Thank you for that reminder.

  3. JIM says:

    WOW, is it ever!… In my head!!

    I took a giant leap forward last year when I was called – “Sir James”(no, I’m not from England – I live in the USA)

    I was born “Jimmy” I’m called Jim now. It was very significant the Tuesday morning I was referred to as Sir James. In the following few weeks, I began to know who he was. He’s that twin brother who lives in my head, sleeps in my bed, looks back at me from the mirror every morning and likes to argues with me.

    Gradually, I learned to ignore him. I’ve gained a peace in my life I did not know was possible. It’s part of the God – Process that revolutionized my life and transformed our marriage.

    You can read about it here:

    http://itreallyisjustthatsimple.com/sir-james/

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