Thursday, October 17, 2013

Seeds For?

Thoughts are Powerful  #inspiration #quotes

     What are you planting?  Our lives are a reflection of our thoughts.  I can try to hide my thoughts but my face often reveals the truth. Shouldn't our thoughts that are so revealing, therefore look flattering back on ourselves?  'Politeness is the art of choosing among your thoughts'.
     Don't waste your thoughts on anger, fear, doubt and regret.  The energy wasted on negative thoughts needs to be replaced with positive, productive thoughts.
    'Your thoughts have power but they don't have to overpower you'.  Only you can control your thoughts, just as you decide what you want to plant and eventually harvest from your flower garden.  You reap, what you sow.  We can get invaded by 'worldly' bugs but we can get rid of them or be destructively infested by them.
    Philippians 4;8-9  ''Finally, brothers and sisters, 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 about such things. Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of peace will be with you.'


  1. What a timely message for me. My mind has been so much on our nation that I have begun to fear the outcome of our ungodly and destructive ways, to dwell too much on what may be in store for my children and grandchildren. It only leads to worry and fear, and ultimately God is in control. It is high time to "let my mind dwell on these things" that are mentioned in Phil.2, one of my favorite passages. Thanks, Angie.

  2. I should have read this before I went to bed last night. I lay in bed filling my head with all sorts of worrisome thoughts, and then I couldn't sleep. "Only trust Him, only trust Him now."

  3. I LOVE that! And I saw something this week that said the same thing in different words. Couldn't post it here, but go to my FB page and you will find it....about life being an echo. Hope you like it you, T.

  4. Thanks Angie for a reminder to think on good things and not let Satan take my mind to places that it should not go. Have a blessed day!
    Jana Sutherland

  5. Phillipians 4 is one of my favorite parts of the Bible.
    debbie d.