Kenneth Copeland

Think, Learn and Succeed: 3 Steps to a Victorious YOU

Think, Learn and Succeed: 3 Steps to a Victorious YOU

Think, Learn and Succeed: 3 Steps to a Victorious YOU

Think you can’t change the way you think, learn and succeed? Think again! Science proves this Bible truth: You can rewire yourself for victory.

Happier, healthier, prosperous and more intelligent. Sounds amazing! And it’s not only possible, but it is God’s will for you. We’ve all heard it before—things like “you can’t change your DNA,” or “I guess I got the bad genes of the family,” or even “I have to take what fate has dealt me.” There’s just one problem with those statements—they don’t line up with the Word of God.

Think, Learn and Succeed: 3 Steps to a Victorious YOU

Among countless other verses that reveal God’s will for you is victory, 2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV) says, “God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” Well, science has finally caught up with the Bible! We finally have evidence that you are not a victim of your DNA, and you can alter your genes, your health and your destiny—supernaturally.

1. Understand Your Unique Identity
“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” –Psalm 139:13-14 (NIV)

You are unique. There is something you can do that no one else can do. Dr. Caroline Leaf has revealed that there is much science behind this. And she believes that unveiling your identity and activating it correctly is crucial to living a victorious life. In speaking about identity, Dr. Leaf says, “It is important to understand that you create your unique reality and shape your brain with your thoughts. You have a unique way of thinking, feeling and choosing—this is your blueprint for identity.”

2. Take the Position of Love
“God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love, and of a sound mind.” –2 Timothy 1:7 (NKJV)

Second Timothy 1:7 tells us that we have been given a spirit of love. And science tells us that human beings—at our most fundamental level—break down from cells into waves of love. More importantly, this energy of love has the potential to transform our situations, our minds and our bodies. That’s powerful! In other words, our natural wiring is for love—fear is something we learn.

Dr. Leaf says, “Our spirit and mind make up 99 percent of our being, and every time we use our minds, we create something. So, a sound mind is one that takes a position of love. That’s why there is truth in the saying ‘mind over matter,’ because we really do have the power to influence our lives with our minds.”

Dr. Leaf explains that this is also the reason why you can sometimes feel negative energy coming from someone, even if they aren’t saying anything. It’s a toxic energy. You can’t pick up on toxic thoughts, but you can pick up on toxic energy because it is disturbing your natural love energy.

3. Guard Against Toxicity
“Let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think.” –Romans 12:2

So many of us go to the store and scrutinize every label, every ingredient, to avoid putting toxic or harmful substances into our bodies. People use water purifiers, eat organic, check the dates on meat—all to protect their bodies from the slightest harm. Yet, what do we do to protect our brains—and therefore our minds and spirits—from toxicity that causes immeasurable harm? Most of the time, the answer is: nothing!

It’s time we start being good stewards of our minds to protect ourselves from spiritual, emotional and physical damage. How can we do that? By guarding against toxicity in our thought life.

The science of thought is called neuroplasticity. The brain has the ability to change and alter itself through the thoughts we think. Literally, what you choose to think about can actually switch your genes on or off. The Bible speaks about this often. Proverbs 23:7 says, “As [a man] thinks in his heart, so is he” (NKJV). That’s not just a nice saying—it means your thoughts actually transform you as a person in tangible ways. CONTINUE FROM SOURCE

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