Thinking Generationaly (4 of 6) by Benny Perez
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Series: Thinking For a Change
2 Timothy 1:3 -5
Today I am continuing our series "Thinking For A Change." I believe that what God is looking for is change. We don't call it change but rather maturity. But we must realize that maturity is really about change. Everyone of us want to mature so that we can be more successful in all areas of our lives. In order for us to change we must recognize that change is a process not an event.
It is the process of change that I want to help all of us with in this sermon series. I believe that the Process of Change begins with our thinking. The Bible declares in Proverbs 23:7 "For as a man thinks in his heart, so is he…" The way we are is the result of how we think about ourselves. Many times the way other people view us is the result of how we view ourselves.
Remember this: You will never change your life until you change the way you think.
Text: Proverbs 23:7 "As a man thinks in his heart, so is he…"
Romans 12:2 "And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by
Renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and
Acceptable and perfect will of God.
I believe that Mothers want their children to change and become the men and woman that God wants them to become. You see Mothers believe the best, hope for the best and love unconditionally. You see Mothers Think Generationally. What is in the Mothers Mind and Heart will be passed on to their children.
Background: Paul is writing to his disciple a young man named Timothy. Timothy has been brought up with a Greek father and a believing Mother. Paul now gives insight to what has happened to Timothy.
I. Your Thoughts Get Passed Down v.5
A. Paul lets Timothy know about a principle
1. What is in him has been passed down.
2. What makes him tick is the result of what made his mother tick.
B. Paul shows us the principle of sowing and reaping
1. Whatever th ...
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