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Thought for the day—STINKIN’ THINKIN’

Thought for the day—STINKIN’ THINKIN’


"And let none of you imagine evil in your hearts against his neighbor; and love no false oath: for all these are things that I hate, saith the Lord." Zechariah 8:17

"Lord, who shall abide in Thy tabernacle? who shall dwell in Thy holy hill? He that walketh uprightly, and worth righteousness, and speaketh the truth in his heart." Psalm 15:1,2

"Think for a moment about the things you tell yourself. If you tell yourself your mother-in-law hates you or the guy next door is a rotten neighbor and a no-good so-and-so, what will you be influenced by? You’ll believe what you tell yourself. Therefore, you’ll treat your mother-in-law as a personal enemy and you’ll treat your neighbor exactly like a no-good so-and-so." William Bacchus, Telling Yourself the Truth, page 18

Thought for the day

Thought for the day

"Those who serve God in sincerity and truth will be a peculiar people, unlike the world, separate from the world. Their food will be prepared, not to encourage gluttony or gratify perverted taste, but to secure to themselves the greatest physical strength, and consequently the best mental conditions."
Volume 2, Mind, Character and Personality, page 378

Thought for the day

Thought for the day


The positiveness and energy, the solidity and strength of character manifested in Christ are to be developed in us through the same discipline that He endured. And the grace that He received is for us.
Desire of Ages, page 73

Thought for the day

Thought for the day

It is the lack of harmonious action in the human organism that brings disease. The imagination may control the other parts of the body to their injury. All parts of the system must work harmoniously. The different parts of the body, especially those remote from the heart, should receive a free circulation of the blood. The limbs act an important part and should receive proper attention.
Counsels on Health, page 587


Thought for the day

Thought for the day

Tender affection should ever be cherished between husband and wife, parents and children, brothers and sisters. Every hasty word should be checked, and there should not be even the appearance of the lack of love one for another. . . . Children are to respect and reverence their parents, and parents are to manifest patience, kindness, and affection for their children. Each one should seek in every possible way to please and make happy the members of the family circle.
Acts of kindness. . . . will bind hearts together, and will draw them closer to the heart of Him from whom every generous impulse springs. The little attentions, the small acts of love and self-sacrifice, that flow out from the life as quietly as the fragrance from a flower–these constitute no small share of the blessings and happiness of life.

Faith I Live By, page 267

Thought for the day

Thought for the day


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On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 5:45 AM, Danna Gesellchen <dannalott> wrote:

"My heart is longing to see the Man, Who was despised and rejected, crowned and seated upon His throne. . . ." Upward look, pg. 78
www.closureforJesus.com2 Peter 3:12 Hastening the day!!

Thought for the day

Thought for the day

The strength acquired in prayer to God will prepare us for our daily duties. The temptations to which we are daily exposed make prayer a necessity. In order that we may be kept by the power of God through faith, the desires of the mind should be continually ascending in silent prayer. When we are surrounded by influences calculated to lead us away from God, our petitions for help and strength must be unwearied.

Messages to Young People 248

Thought for the day

Thought for the day

When any one can point to one trifling word spoken by our Lord, or to any lightness seen in his character, he may feel that lightness and jesting are excusable in himself. This spirit is unchristian; for to be a Christian is to be Christ-like. Jesus is a perfect pattern, and we must imitate his example. A Christian is the highest type of man, a representative of Christ.
Review and Herald, June 10, 1884 par. 4