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In the Arena of the Mind: Philippians 4:8

by John Vandegriff

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IN THE ARENA OF THE MIND tackles a struggle we all face alone, virtually without help, the struggle of sinful thinking. The book identifies & describes five basic areas of sinful thought, & then shows how God's word gives practical help in turning the tide of this battle. Using colorful illustrations & practical application, it searches the depths of Phillipians 4:8. This pivotal verse provides eight types of godly thought patterns that can be used to replace those five types of ungodly thinking. This book will be very helpful to those who take seriously the Biblical directive to transform & renew one's mind. It will aid the reader in perceiving those areas of struggle that are personally most troubling; & then will clearly describe individual processes of change needed to end unproductive, self-defeating thought while developing God honoring thinking. The types of thought listed in Phillipians 4:8 are investigated in detail, & practical projects are suggested to implement real change in one's thinking & actions. The power of godly thinking over evil thoughts is presented in a manner that any reader, attempting to live in a way that is pleasing to God, will find informative & encouraging.… (more)

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