Input Then Output is the Freedom Order

brain processingThere’s an old adage that says, “What goes in must go out.” The other day I heard this said a bit differently, “You will become tomorrow what you dwell on today.” Scripture tells us the same thing when it says we are to focus on our thinking, rather than on our behavior when it comes to life change (Rom. 12:2). If we want to see our unChristlike character replaced with His, we must start with our thinking. What are the less then stellar thoughts we dwell on throughout our day?
Philippians 4:8 states, “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 on such things.” Changed thinking doesn’t mean we’re done simply by memorizing this verse.
No, this verse only gives us the starting point. The hard or uncomfortable part is to allow the Spirit to shine into our minds and expose the lies that need to be replaced with specific point at the lie true and noble thoughts that we not only need to input into our brain, but we need to dwell on throughout our day as well.
What is the excellent or praiseworthy thought that needs to go into your brain? What is the pure thought that you need to dwell on today? Your input determines your output. What you dwell on today is crucial to your freedom tomorrow.
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