By Kenneth Copeland
During this global, making the best judgements is not effortless except you recognize the solutions. during this straight forward minibook, Kenneth Copeland exhibits you the way through religion you'll find supernatural strategies to daily difficulties. you are going to study: -How to have the brain of Christ by way of considering God's techniques -How to listen to God's voice in each determination you are making mammoth or small -How making judgements by way of the anointing produces holiness on your existence. in case you are trying to find the answer to a tricky challenge, ensure that you do locate the suitable one...after all, it is a topic of selection!
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Extra info for A matter of choice : how to make the right decision every time
When we make good ones, things go well for us. When we make bad ones, things go wrong. No doubt, some folks would dispute that. They'd tell me about times when they did everything right. Times when they gathered all the information, listened to the experts and made a wise choice that, due to circumstances beyond their control, got them in trouble. But the truth is, not matter how "right" you think you were at the time, a decision that brings trouble is a poor decision. " No, there may not have been any way in this natural world you could have made a better choice.
I'd say, "What difference does it make how I feel? I am not moved by what I feel. I am not moved by what I see. " I just jumped on people like a chicken on a bug. (I didn't know any better back then. ) What was happening? The anointing, the influence of God and His Word, was on my mind. It was teaching me things. The Bible says if you'll meditate on the Word day and night, it will talk to you when you wake up in the morning and visit with you all day long. That's exactly what it began to do with me all those years ago.
Since we are not independent entities, we cannot have independent thoughts. We will either be thinking Satan's thoughts or God's thoughts. The straight thoughts of God are truth and the twisted thoughts of the devil are lies and there is nothing in between. But let me warn you. Just because you've made Jesus Lord doesn't mean you'll automatically think God's thoughts. You only begin thinking God's thoughts when you begin to fill your mind and heart with the Word of God and make yourself subject to His anointing.