Tuesday, March 27, 2007

thinking about thinking

Thinking is a very complicated activity and
some philosophers have come to a conclusion
that it’s impossible for man to understand
how can man think about his own thinking.
John 1:1 says, “In the beginning was the
Word, and the Word was with God and the Word
was God”. This gives an excellent meaning for
our life. We are a result of something defined,
something expressed with a purpose. We are
not just a movement, void of an origin, hoping to
connect with some, any whatsoever, purpose that
might come by the same way without an origin,
without a goal.
We are like the one who made us.
Our God is a thinking God. We also like to think.
As born-again believers we are no more common.
We are given an ability to think with God.
I Cor.2:16
This is not just an ability to think abstractly.
This is a new dimension to think beyond the
visible and audible world around us. We even
have thoughts about heaven. This is faith.
Don’t think too little about yourself.
You are not common.
Anyone who fellowships with God daily
cannot be just average.
If Satan makes an effort to accuse us day and night;
if angels observe us;
if the Old Testament prophets envied us,
how could we ever consider our life to be
ordinary. Rev.12:10, I Pet.1:12, Mt.13:17
Let’s put our shoulders back and look for
His thoughts today.

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