by Duane Bemis

Thought-Life of a Believer
Duane Bemis

In the midst of a funeral came another challenge to write a message that will help believer's overcome the fiery darts of the enemy, as he plants evil-sinful thoughts into the believer's thought-life. In this funeral we found out that the young man committed suicide by cop. The young man was a Christian so the problem we have is how a believer can go through with this type of a plan. The answer is found in our enemy of our soul and he has supernatural power. Yes, Christ has more supernatural power and He can defeat the enemy if we know how. The young man did not have a mentor or anyone able to disciple him. He was left with his unbelieving mother who poisoned his thought-life

The enemy of our soul, or the accuser of our life, has a plan and that plan is simple. He has a plan to come and steal, kill, and destroy each and every one of us. Jesus said it well as He said, "The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly."

I find many Believers battling with within their own minds with issues of:

• Ideas of Death

• Depression

• Unworthiness

• Confusion

• Suicidal thoughts

• Never fitting in

• Alone

• Rejection

• Abandonment

All of these issues are real and they are the fiery darts that the enemy plants into believers minds. So how do we combat these mind-games that the enemy throws at us? How can we believers control or manage the battles within our own inner thought-life?

How do I know these things? I have battled within my own mind and my own thought-life in order to gain victory over negative thoughts. I have found the strategy of God that works to overcome the evil game within our mind.

The mind-games battle is real and the designer of our brains knows how our thought-life can be controlled in a positive way. The Lord knows how we can take captive every thought and get those thou ...

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