Be Transformed by Renewing Your Mind

Gary Young

Today we learn how to change our paradigm and become who we were meant to be.

Romans 12:2 tells us to be not conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. What does that mean? This is called changing your paradigm. Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire. Renew your mind and change your paradigm. It sounds simple, doesn’t it, but it’s a process that takes work.

Will we have times when we will succeed at it, and will there be times when we may not succeed at it? The answer is “yes.” Always keep your notes where you can go back and review them. That again is your rear sight: knowing what you don’t want.

You may be thinking, “I guess I really need to make a decision. What do I want to do right now?” That question changes the paradigm.

How many of you know right here, right now, right today what you want? Write it down. Whenyou’ve got more time, then write down the blueprint for it. You may not know exactly the size and the footage and how many yards of concrete you’re going to need, but as you write down the blueprint for what you want, it will become clear to you.

3 thoughts on “Be Transformed by Renewing Your Mind

  1. This was really exactly what I needed to hear today.
    Blessings
    Carole
    PS I reactivated and ordered today because of the kindness of J.R. Roessl # 1203543. Her continued kindness and then her help have me reading this blog today.

  2. Dear Gary,

    I love it when you start with the Holy Scripture to inspire us. I’m on my way up slowly but surely. Because you once said that quitting is not an option. See you at the convention.

    Thank you and God bless!
    Erin

  3. Thnak You so much for your sharing your information with everyone, you are very inspiring.

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