The Renewing of the Mind Project

How would you like to break free from that bad habit, sin, or negative emotion that has plagued you all your life? The truth is that you can – with God’s help.

Romans 12:2 tells us we’re transformed by the renewing of the mind. The renewing of the mind is just what it says: re-newing the mind (think furniture refinishing).

In this case we’re taking off the lies that fuel our negative emotions and wrong desires and putting on the truth of God’s Word. And we’re doing it in such a focused way that it actually changes our desires and behaviors.

If you’d like to learn more about the renewing of the mind, check out the renewing of the mind category over on the right.

The Project

If you’re ready to jump in and give it a try, the first step is choose a project. Something in your life you want to change. It may be a habit, it may be an emotion such as anger or worry, or it may be a sin. Commit to renewing your mind every day regarding this habit or emotion.

To get started, look at the tab up on top that corresponds to your project. I have tabs for emotions, good habits, and bad habits/sins. You may also want to read the posts in the Transformation 101 category starting with the oldest post and working your way up as these provide the foundation for the blog.

The Renewing of the Mind Tools category will give you ideas on how to renew your mind.

If you’d like to read about how I got started with this habit, click on this link: A Love Grown Cold.

4 Responses to The Renewing of the Mind Project

  1. Carey says:

    I love this focus. LOVE IT! The thing I’ve learned is that battles are won or lost at the threshold of the mind… I have to capture the thoughts and subject them to the scrutiny of scripture. I love what you are doing here!

    • Barb says:

      Thanks so much for the encouragement, Carey. I love what God does through the renewing of the mind. His ways are brilliant. I always have a renewing of the mind project going because I always have areas of my life that need to be brought captive to the truth. My current one is on the subject of blogging – which I’m also blogging about.

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