The One Year Walk With God Devotional
Paul tells us to " be transformed by the renewing of our minds." What does that mean for the average Christian? It means a departure from faulty human reasoning, a radically different way to think, to feel, and to make...
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Paul tells us to " be transformed by the renewing of our minds." What does that mean for the average Christian? It means a departure from faulty human reasoning, a radically different way to think, to feel, and to make decisions. Drawing on the Bible's numerous references to the fallen mind of man and the perfect wisdom and will of God, these 365 readings will change how readers think about themselves and about God.
What does it mean to have a transformed mind? Learning to think God's way is a process. We did not come into this world with a clear perception about God and His kingdom--or about our own selves, for that matter. We began with distorted views, and part of our task as Christians is to let God change our thinking to accurately reflect His character and His kingdom. In other words, we need wisdom, God's wisdom, found in His Word.That's what these daily readings are about--redirecting our thinking so we understand ourselves, our world, and our God accurately. They are designed to move us further along that path toward renewed minds and transformed lives.As you read this book, let God's Spirit shine the light of wisdom into your life and your mind.
Chris Tiegreen is a writer and editor for Walk Thru the Bible's "Indeed" devotional magazine, which has won the EPA Award of Excellence in the devotional category for two consecutive years. His first book, At His Feet, was a Gold Medallion award finalist in the same category. Chris has served as a pastor, church planter, and missionary, and has been a university instructor in international politics. Chris and his wife, Hannah, live near Atlanta, Georgia.