I am going to discuss (in this booklet) several symptoms of the unrenewed mind in a Christian. As you study these symptoms and learn how to resolve them in your Christian walk, you will live a more victorious life. Jesus has promised every believer a victorious life who recognizes undesirable symptoms in his life, humbles himself before God and asks to be made free. —Bill Basansky Romans 67: 7 And do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. NKJV There are two primary reasons why it is very important that you Renew Your Mind with the Word of God.
Renewing the Mind Lives Transforming
6. It is a directive from God! 7. Because you are a spiritual being in a physical body you are continually changing. It is not only your body that is changing but your mind. It is just as important to take care of your brain as it is the rest of your body. Now there is a way to renew your mind God's way.
The way that He intended. How does it work? The Mind Renewing Process is a unique God given application of neurofeedback and the Word of God. I have been working for the last seven years to refine this unique process. This process quites the mind and prepares it to receive the life giving word as it cleans the mind of the believer and supports their transformation. For the first time in the history of the world you can now sit in a relaxing chair and receive a direct download of the New Testament directly into your mind. The very same mind that God created to receive His Word.
Romans 12 2 NIV Do not conform to the pattern of this
It will take about 76 hours to go through the New Testament and to receive your certificate. You can go through some or all of the New Testament as you are lead. This is one of a number of pastors who God has lead to have their mind renewed with the Word of God. Office hours ( 6 days a week ) 7am - 66pm w77 There are words floating through my mind at all times some are good and purposeful, and others are not. My mental monologue generally contains too much self-focused and self-defeating babble. “What a stupid thing to say! ” (Imaginary palm to the forehead.
) “Did she just ignore me? ” (Anger, followed by a fearful feeling that I am easily forgotten. ) “That s a good idea for a blog post or maybe it s just dumb. ” (Internal debate. ) “I d like to ________, but I don t know if I can pull it off. ” (Who do I think I am? )My mind needs a refresher.