And with all your mind

From the article: “This doesn’t happen by your sitting around, imagining about God, and expecting Him to come and “zap” you with wisdom and knowledge. He could do that, of course. He has never promised to work that way, however. On the other hand, He has clearly promised through the Scriptures to thoroughly equip His people for every good work (2 Timothy 3:16). When you read the Word, ponder its teaching, perhaps ask your pastor questions about it and discuss what it means for you in everyday life, it’s a way of devoting your thinking powers—your mind—to the love of the Lord, Who loved you first.”

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