Reclaimed Life

This is a organization that is dedicated in changing lives by changing minds.

Reclaiming Your Mind 

What do you think of when you hear the word reclaim? There are a few things that come to my mind whenever I hear that word. The first thing is repairing wood or something vintage and making masterpieces out of rubble. The second thing that comes to mind when I think of reclaim is recovering and taking something back even if it is by force. 

What has laid clam to your mind? Whenever this is discovered, you can determine what have been taking charge of your life. Whenever I think of reclaiming the mind I think about taking back your thought life and having a new way of thinking about things. One of the ways to do this is allow yourself to undergo mental strengthening to fortify your mind with the word of God. Whenever I think of a person strengthening  their mental capacity, I can’t help but to compare it to physical strength training. The only struggle I have in comparing the two is that in physical training a person likes to push them selves pass their limits. The issue with this is that when it comes to the mental strength training, a person shouldn’t overload their minds as this can lead to burn out. Overthinking is one of the number one things that lays hold of a person mind and tries to take control of a person’s life. In order to reclaim your mind you must renew your mind. Reclaiming and renewing goes hand in hand, because one must have their mind renewed if they want to take charge of their mind. 

Renew Your Mind and Change Your Life…

What’s on your mind? What are you thinking about? Are you guilty of overthinking?

Do you ever think about what you’re thinking about?

Did you know that you can choose your thoughts? That might seem like a strange thing to say, but the truth is, many people don’t realize they can choose what they think about. And it’s important for us to choose our thoughts carefully because our thoughts have a lot to do with our perspectives and attitudes.

I remember when I finally realized this for myself. At the time, I was a very frustrated, miserable Christian who had no peace. Even though I went to church every week and read my Bible regularly, I wasn’t experiencing the abundant life in Christ that John says we can have.

“For as he thinks in his heart, so is he” (NKJV). In other words, we become what we think. Or, as I like to say, where the mind goes, the man follows. It was a breakthrough to understand that my problems had a lot to do with a negative, critical, suspicious, judgmental mindset, and I didn’t have to just think any thought that fell into my mind. I could think about what I wanted to think about on purpose.

The best thing we can do is renew our minds with the Word of God so we can think like He thinks and experience His good plan for our lives. Romans 12:2 says, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (NKJV).

When you spend time studying the Word and renewing your mind with the Truth, it helps you set your mind in the right direction so you can have more victory in Christ in your life. And as this new way of thinking gradually renews your mind, it dilutes the old thinking and transforms your perspectives and attitudes.

Reclaiming your story to bring God glory.

There are a few scriptures that I used to help renew my mind for me to see lasting change. 

Reclaiming your story to bring God glory.