I Changed My Mind

I Changed My Mind

Every one of us experiences worry, insecurity, fear and failure. Many people live their lives being controlled by their destructive emotions. You can overcome your thoughts and live a life of freedom and peace.

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I Changed My Mind
  • I Changed My Mind About My Attitude - Jimmy Evans

    The Word tells us not to be conformed to the world but rather, be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Having a bad attitude keeps you from having the future God wants you to have. Attitudes are chosen and not caused by our circumstances. Having a good attitude is Christ-like and a witness t...

  • I Changed My Mind About Failure and Success - Jimmy Evans

    Understanding the difference between worldly and biblical definitions of success will determine the standards of success you set for yourself. You can have all the success of the world and still be a failure, but as long as you have your relationship with Jesus as your first standard of success, ...

  • I Changed My Mind About Worry and Anxiety - Jimmy Evans

    Worry and anxiety are common but are not meant to be normal. It is a robber of joy and only exists because you allow it. We are commanded, in Scripture, not to worry, be fearful, or be anxious. God would never command us not to do something if we didn’t have the ability to overcome it.

  • I Changed My Mind About Insecurity - Jimmy Evans

    You are the gatekeeper of your mind. You decide which thoughts stay and which thoughts go. You’ll either live your life insecure, falsely secure, or secure in God. Turning to God is the first step to security.

  • I Changed My Mind About Fear - Jimmy Evans

    God did not create you to live a life of fear but, instead, to live a life of peace. Fear is always in your life, to some degree, and the enemy uses it to try and keep you from doing God’s will. Seeing God for who He truly is will cause you to run toward Him and never fear again.

  • Bonus: Overcoming Insecurity - Karen Evans

    Everyone struggles with insecurities. The way you think about and view yourself is crucial, but you can’t overcome your insecurities on your own. You must dive into the Word of God and see what He thinks about you.