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Are you committed to the transformation process?

Far too many people live lives of mediocrity. They work average jobs, have average relationships, eat average food…they wear average-looking clothes and if they’re feeling “just okay” on any  given day, that’s fine with them. These people usually  live in average neighborhoods, their kids go to average schools and if they can get away with doing “just enough” at work to get by, they are content.

If this is an accurate description of your daily existence, I’m here to tell you: this is not the kind of life God designed you for.

You were created to experience absolute, unadulterated, unstoppable joy and abundance in every area of your life.   You were put on this planet to have extraordinary encounters every single day. You are blessed with breath in your body each day, so that  you can  enjoy the very best of everything.   You are not here to live a life of mediocrity!   You have a purpose and a special  annointing and finding it will put you on the path to  absolute joy.

Don’t misunderstand me. I am not  saying that life will always be a rose garden. There will be days when we’ll feel lonely, sadness, frustration and a range of experiences that try to steal our joy.   We can’t allow ourselves to linger  in that place because that is NOT God’s will for  our lives. Every trial is an opportunity for us to learn the lessons we need to learn, so that we can gain the wisdom we need, to become the extraordinary people God created us to be.   Without a test, there is no testimony!

I recently read the following article which I found at Creflo Dollar Ministries website. It was so powerful that I wanted to share it with you. This was the word I needed to hear today. I hope it inspires you. Please share!


“For as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7). Our thinking sets the course for our lives. If we find we are not living the abundant life Jesus died to give us, we must examine our thought life. In order to prosper God’s way, our thoughts must agree with His Word. The words we are exposed to on a daily basis have a huge impact on our thinking. And the condition of our minds determines the condition of our lives. Therefore, as Believers, we must go through the process of renewing our minds with the Word of God. Then, when we have thoughts that do not line up with God’s Word, we can replace them with Word-based thoughts (2 Corinthians 10:5).

It is the will of God for us to prosper in every way, from our health and finances to our relationships and jobs. Every area of our lives should be an expression of abundant life. However, we prosper to the degree that our souls prosper (3 John 2). The soul is where the mind, will, and emotions reside. The mind is the primary area that Satan attacks because it is the control center of our lives. Satan’s attacks consist of words and images that oppose God’s Word. He wants us to doubt God and fear that His promises will never come to pass. However, we have the power to transform our lives.

Romans 12:2 says, “Be not be conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.” Transformation comes when we allow God’s Word to change our thinking.

Many Believers wonder why their lives have not changed since they’ve been saved. The problem lies within their thinking. Many of us have nourished mindsets that oppose the Word for years and as a result, our old nature is stronger than our regenerated spirits. In order for change to occur, we must begin to nourish godly thoughts by consistently meditating on the Word.

Keep in mind that change does not occur overnight; it is a process during which we must refuse to become frustrated. When we remain committed to the transformation process, we will begin to see changes takes place. Change is a lifetime endeavor, not a one-time event.

My prayer is that you will continue to conform to the image of Christ by renewing your mind with God’s Word on a daily basis, so that you can truly know His good and perfect will for your life. Scripture References: Proverbs 23:7 2 Corinthians 10:5 3 John 2 Romans 12:2

Written by Pastor Creflo Dollar

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