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We are bombarded by lies and negativity all day long. In fact, over 80% of what we see and hear on a daily basis is negative. No wonder we are emotionally drained and stressed out by the end of some days.The most powerful and effective way to counter all this “mind sludge” is to intentionally displace it with truth. And what is more life-changing than the living and active “sword” of God’s Word?

In this brief audio podcast – I give you a 7-minute opportunity actively engage in spiritual truth. Set to relaxing music, I share paraphrased scripture that reminds you of who you are in Christ and the power you have as a child of God. As importantly,  I also give you a few seconds after each statement to repeat it out loud. Speaking truth with our own voice is a very effective strategy for renewing the mind!

We’d invite you to share your thoughts and experiences with renewing your mind in the comment section below!


Within this 11 1/2 minute podcast – are 7 essential minutes of God’s Word paraphrased and repeated in both the third person “You” and first person “I” format so your mind can hear them as if God were speaking to you as well as you reminding yourself of these statements as you personalize and take ownership of them.

If you find this podcast helpful – I encourage you to download it to your smart phone or iPod – share it with friends and listen frequently.

Opening Poem:

Watch your thoughtsthey become your words.

Watch your wordsthey become your actions.

Watch your actions…they become your habits.

Watch your habitsthey become your character.

Watch your character…it determines your destiny.

(Definitive Author Unknown)

A Few Key Scripture:

For the word of God is living and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword

~ Hebrews 4:12

We are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ…

~ 2 Corinthians 10:5

So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; It shall not return to Me void      

~ Isaiah 55:11

But we have the mind of Christ.

~ 1 Corinthians 2:16