*WISDOM FOR TODAY*
*...AS HE THINKETH IN HIS HEART...*
Proverbs 23:7 *For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee.*
*Insight and Highlight.*
Your thought process can determine your progress in life.
Prov 23: 6-8 tells us how our minute to minute thoughts can impact our motivation and success in life.
It tells us that what we think can affect our potential.
As you think in your heart, so the likelihood of your outcome would be.
There are a few lessons we can learn.
First, the evil thoughts of a person can be visible from the outside if we pay close attention.
The book of Proverb, though, is not a chronicle or story of events, but it does tell us a lot about relating with people among many other wise sayings.
Prov 23:1 tells us to be diligent and observant. Do a brain scan of your environment; whom you are sitting before, what is provided as food. 'Look before you leap'.
Prov 23:6 tells us that we could see the heart of people through their evil eye. As a person's face may appear good to look at, we could see their looks that suggest evil if we are diligent at observing.
Why would this person have an evil eye? This is because of what he is thinking in his heart and because his heart is not with you.
We can fall victim if we are not observant enough.
One may lose his sweet words, Prov 23:8.
Second, on a personal note, Solomon's writing tells us that given all that a man needs lacking nothing, his thoughts may hinder him, though he has all he needs.
Third, a determining factor to our success in life starts with our thoughts.
In project management, there is a technique known as the Critical path
This technique lays out all of the activities needed to complete a task and the time to complete each activity.
One of the major factors that can affect a well laid critical chain and path is lack of motivational efficiency.
It is critical that you are aware of your thought patterns every moment and
throughout the day.
Renew your inner mind to progressively succeed.
A person's greatest enemy is within.
No matter how externally prepared, if your inward mind is not renewed for success, failure may be inevitable.
*Call to Word action.*
2 Cor 4:16 *For this cause we faint not, but though our outward man perish, yet the inward man is renewed day by day.*
*The Christian clarion duty.*
You may find it hard to arise if your heart is progressively wasting away in negativity.
Lord, help me to renew my heart daily.
Let my heart indite a good matter always, in Jesus name.
Good morning all, and have a blessed day today.
God bless you.