A Is for Attitudes

Apr 01

A Is for Attitudes

Instead, let the Spirit renew your thoughts and attitudes.

Ephesians 4:23

 

 

Have you ever tried to change your bad attitude to a good attitude? Not so easy, is it? It takes a lot of effort and even then we might not succeed in changing our attitude.

Thankfully, we don’t have to reform our attitudes. We can invite the Spirit to change our attitudes. An attitude is a spiritual problem so why not let God’s Spirit tackle the issues of your heart. Sit back and watch what God will do over time!

Lord, I give you permission to do spiritual work in my life such as changing my attitudes.

 

A is for Attitudes

 


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