Don't make this interpretation mistake

Most people think that events shape our lives

But it’s really our interpretation of the events that has the greatest impact.

So there is a battle in your mind for whose interpretation you will accept.

Your choice will determine the impact of the event on your personality and relationships.

Yes, there’s a lot at stake, that’s why there’s a battle.

Click on the video so you can understand the battle and make the right choice.
 

Now I want to hear from you

What changes have you seen when you picked God’s interpretation? Just leave your testimony in the box below that will encourage someone.

Do you or a friend need a healing miracle?

Click here to join me in a video prayer that will release the power of God into your body and mind.

Would you like to meet with me personally to discuss areas in your life where you feel stuck?

I am able to make a very limited number of online or phone appointments. If you want help living a transformed life, just click here for more information.

Don’t miss a video! Subscribe to our free weekly newsletter, click here

I’ll talk to you next week,

Grant

PS: Would you like to become a prayer partner with our ministry and get regular updates? Click here to join our prayer team.

4 comments on “Don't make this interpretation mistake

  1. MOSES (TORONTO) on

    Great message Grant (as always)!!! An event for me that Satan frequently tries to interpret is when I’m “driving”. Thoughts like, “people are so inconsiderate, selfish, stupid, lazy, etc” or when he interprets someone’s actions to make it PERSONAL (done against you specifically). Accepting HIS interpretation will encourage an emotional (baggage) response so you OVERREACT and make things WORSE. If I recognize God’s interpretation (thoughts like: it’s ok, you’ll make it on time, just enjoy the ride, it wasn’t PERSONAL, etc) I am relaxed, able to think clearly, sense HIS presence and enjoy the ride!!!

    Reply
  2. Sharon Raugutt on

    Grant, my husband and I had to laugh, because, as I am getting ready to step out into private practice as a Christian mental health professional, these have been my exact thoughts!! THANK YOU for the reminder that the voices we hear and the thoughts we have do not always come from the Lord or from us, but are sometimes from the enemy, who comes to steal, kill, and destroy. BLESSINGS to you! Sharon

    Reply
  3. Charlene on

    I’ve been struggling with negative thoughts recently, to the point of giving up living meaninglessly. In the past I’ve also experienced the extreme highs and lows that you mentioned in your interview with Sr Ps Leon Fontaine. Thanks for shedding light on these issues, Dr Mullen. I’m trying to recover on my own; I got my joy for one day, praising God and who knows, the next day I went back into the valley. It’s even difficult to worship God or pray. I really want to go back to my normal life and enjoy spending time with family and friends.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

For security, use of Google's reCAPTCHA service is required which is subject to the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

If you agree to these terms, please click here.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.