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Derek looks at four main areas in our thought life that needs to change if we are to bring our ways in line with God’s ways and God’s thoughts. These four areas are: objectives, priorities, attitudes, and categories. The first objective in living should be to aim for God’s glory and His satisfaction. For all things are from Him, and through Him, an…
 
In this study, Derek looks at what it means to change our minds—another way of understanding repentance. He shows us through Scripture how repentance precedes forgiveness. Derek then explains the benefits of meditation on God’s Word and how this process of renewing our mind will cause us to prosper.저자 Wednesday
 
Derek returns today to Isaiah 55 to examine how we can receive God’s ways and thoughts. As rain, it immediately soaks in. But as snow, it is sometimes a hard saying. The temperature has to change, we need time to let it melt. If we respond rightly, it ultimately brings God’s ways and thoughts to us.저자 Tuesday
 
Today Derek begins a study on agreeing with God. To agree means to harmonize our ways and thoughts to God’s. God has said in His Word that His thoughts are not ours and His ways are higher than ours. Since God does not change, then it is up to us to agree or harmonize with God. We need to line up our ways and thoughts to His.…
 
Today Derek continues looking at Paul and his attitude of being a servant. Paul experienced a huge change in how he saw himself, relating not just to Jews but Gentiles. He saw his calling as a servant or slave meant he had to exchange his social position from the privileged to seeing others as better than himself, and always thinking of what he cou…
 
Derek looks at the role of Jesus to his disciples in caring for their physical welfare providing food. He then shows the role of the Holy Spirit as the servant of Abraham who goes to find a bride (the church) for Isaac. Next he highlights Paul’s introduction of himself as a servant of Jesus Christ, called to be an apostle. Paul saw his calling was …
 
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