By Sarah Geringer
Your Mind Is Under Attack.
Thousands of thoughts fly through our minds every day, many of them negative. And Satan knows how susceptible we are to these negative thoughts that leave us frustrated and feeling defeated. However, the time-honored practice of Christian meditation can help us find victory in these spiritual battles.
Transforming Your Thought Life offers guided meditations and personal examples that will help you train your mind to stay grounded in God’s Word. Each chapter examines a particular kind of negative thought pattern and provides key Bible verses and prayers for standing strong against it. Day by day, as you hide God’s Word in your heart and mind, you will move closer to the heart and mind of God.
Sarah Geringer is an author, speaker, and graphic designer. She is a
member of the writing and proofreading teams for Proverbs 31 Ministries'
Encouragement for Today devotions. Sarah is a regular contributor to
Hope-Full Living devotionals and several faith-based websites, including
A Wife Like Me, Devotable, and Woman 2 Woman Ministries. She lives in
Southeast Missouri with her husband and three children. Follow Sarah as
she writes about finding peace in God's Word at sarahgeringer.com.
"Our thoughts have the power to help or hurt us. So, what do we do when our thought life leaves us feeling beaten, bruised, and out of control? In Transforming Your Thought Life, Sarah reminds us that the answer lies not inside ourselves but within the pages of Scripture. Read this book now!"
—Lauren Gaskill, president and speaker at She Found Joy and author of Into the Deep
"With honesty and transparency, Sarah shows fellow believers the power of God’s Word to conquer and destroy the unwanted, harmful thoughts that so often frequent our minds. Sarah doesn’t just point us to the solution. She takes us by the hand and guides us step-by-step through the process of building lasting habits that allow us to find victory in Christ.”
—Kate Motaung, blogger at Heading Home and author of A Place to Land
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