Have you ever found yourself caught in an unending cycle of negative thoughts? 🙋♀️
Maybe you’ve struggled with negative thoughts about your identity. Or perhaps you’re walking through a difficult season and questioning where God is in the midst of it.
Thoughts like “I’ll never get through this” or “God doesn’t care” can quickly start to overtake our thinking.
But the Bible reminds us that it’s important what we think.
So how can we overcome the negative thoughts and focus on God’s truth, while still acknowledging the difficult feelings we have?
That’s what this episode explores as I speak with author Louie Giglio, the pastor of Passion City Church and the visionary of the Passion conferences.
We discuss why it’s so important to not let the enemy win the battle of your mind and how we can overcome the lies we too often believe.
If you’re not familiar with Pastor Louie, let me introduce you! Louie Giglio is the pastor of Passion City Church and the original visionary of the Passion movement, which exists to bring college-aged people closer to Jesus.
Since 1997, Passion Conferences has brought college-aged believers together at events across the US and around the world.
Louie is also the national-bestselling author of over a dozen books, including his newest release Don’t Give the Enemy a Seat at Your Table, which gives practical ways to overcome the Enemy’s lies and instead find peace and security in any challenging circumstance or situation.
Trust me when I say that Pastor Louie has so much wisdom to share in this episode!
Learn More About Overcoming the Enemy’s Lies
So, are you ready to take control of the battle of your mind? Tune in to this episode to learn:
- Why it matters what you think and why the Bible emphasizes the importance of our minds and our thoughts
- How to know when you’re giving the devil a foothold in your thoughts
- The importance of acknowledging your emotions while also acknowledging God’s faithfulness and power
- How to overcome the lies of the enemy and renew your mind
Ready to dig deeper? Explore these resources mentioned in the episode:
And let us know in the comments: what lies of the enemy do you struggle with?