There’s a battle for your mind!

Dr. Grant Mullen Churches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 9 Comments

Do you get tempted?

Of course you do!

It’s a blatant attempt to draw you back into your old life through your thoughts.

You no longer have to be the victim of these attacks.

Click on the video and I’ll tell you how to boldly fight back and win.

To live a transformed life, you need to use your authority.

Now I want to hear from you

How have you overcome temptations? Just leave your comments in the box below.

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Comments 9

  1. Thank you for literally walking me through the talk. I need roll playing when it comes to self talk because I have no model for this in my psychological make up. I usually say, ” God help me change this” and if I can drop to my knees but I need the words to say for self talk too. Great.

  2. Dr. Mullen, I know God’s timing is perfect. First reading your book, contacting you, your help online and our Skype calls has put me on a path of transformation. I am coming into a revelation of God’s love for me and a new understanding that I have the power of Christ to control my thoughts! Thanks for all you do. You have helped more than you know. Suzie

  3. I really like that too !! I’ve said in the past when I needed to grow through something “I see you I recognize you and you are not welcome”. It’s just so hard to remember this when say you are caught up in anger and frustration . You almost have to separate your entire self from you!

  4. I’ve been a subscriber to your emails for some time now. Suzie said that God’s timing is perfect…couldn’t agree more. So many times He’s interjected his wisdom/knowledge at the perfect time in my life. I’ve been learning recently that many times it comes to choice – choice in how we react, think, feel. This was another great post, Grant. Thanks so much for your help.

  5. I also tell the thought that it is not of God and it is not me anymore and I replace it with what is true and right and pure Phil 4:8. When sickness comes to me, I also tell it to leave in Jesus name and I say by the strips of Jesus I was healed. There are times when I have to use vitamins as well to fight colds or pains but I persist in praying until I feel well again

  6. Hello. I have been struggling with depression since I was 12 years old. I came from a family where our parents fought and as a result I saw two people who were supposed to love one another (my parents) try to destroy one another as well as us kids. It left me with a lot of baggage and issues that affected me my whole life. They still do. Depression has been plaguing me but since I have learned that this battle is for the mind I have been using the tools that faith in Christ has given me.
    Its not feeling that I can rely on but truth! Lately I have learned to claim my position in the Most High God and His son and what was accomplished. I don’t have to understand a lot I just have to be willing to accept its truth. I am fighting a battle that is unseen. Thus I have to use words as my weapons. For the past few months each morning I say out loud,” I am a child of God, the most high, I am healing and being healed by the blood of the son of God. His blood overcomes the serpents venomous bite, anything I think, feel, say, and do can not separate me from the unconditional Love God has for me. My mornings are my hardest time but the days they usually get better. Faith is not easy but it is where God is. Rich

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  8. Comments from others are very encouraging. For almost 40 years I was a member of a legalistic church(Worldwide church of God-founded by Herbert W Armstrong) after Mr.Armstrong’s death the new leadership decided that changes should be made from legalism to a teaching of grace. Many were devastated by these changes and left the church. My wife attends the Airport church-where we heard you speak. I continued to attend a legalistic splinter group (there are now over 300 of these groups) I finally decided to leave this group-but it hard to leave long-standing friends behind.We have sold our home in Toronto and are moving to Alliston and want to make a new start.I am 72 years old and the pressure of these changes is causing worry and fear which is also affecting my sleep.I know the scriptures but get frustrated when I cant seem to apply them.
    Thank you for your website-it is a source of great encouragement…

  9. This particular blog is like a great piece of Leather it will never stop being great. I am facing surgery in January what would probably be classified as a major one and I have never been put out so for the last month I have been waking up with headaches at 3:00am thinking if how I would survive if I woke in the middle of it.. Dr Mullen said that was a thought that was from the enemy after he said it I realized I was believing a LIE that night slept like a baby thank God for the truth and Dr. Mullen!!!

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