What would you do when you have been poorly prepared by life’s events? When the various life’s challenges have shaped your self image and your perception, what becomes of your character? Re-programmable minds are tools for excellence or mediocrity.

The human mind is programmable. Today, most of what conditions our minds are based on repetitive words such as appeals to our sensuality like sexual messages, bad experiences etc.  Thus, the worries of life and our experiences are capable of distorting our right perception. Hence, the need for a continuous re-programmng of our minds.

Oftentimes, we frame our references around our own experiences. For instance, a little girl that was a victim of rape or sexual abuse might grow into a young lady who has difficulties trusting anyone. If our experiences are distorted, our ability to comprehend the truth can be off-center. However, our minds are made to be programmable. You can re-program your mind through the living word of God.

In computer parlance, an embedded system is dedicated to a particular task, whereas a re-programable system is used for multitask. When you are reprogrammed then you can be prepared to do every good works.  If you allow the word of God to reform you, you will be prepared to be a vessel of excellence, prepared for every good works. “… large house contains not only vessels of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay. Some indeed are for honorable use, but others are for common use. So ifanyone cleanses himself of what is unfit, he will be a vessel for honor: sanctified, useful to the Master, and prepared for every good work.” 2 Timothy 2:20-21.

Don’t let your bad experiences distort your perception about life. “Be ye transformed by the renewing of your minds so that you know what is good and perfect, and acceptable will of God (Romans 12:2). Don’t build your life on lies! It is only the truth that can set you free. Let God’s word reprogram you. You are winning! Yes, we are winning!

https://yeswearewinning.com/2017/01/08/striving-for-excellence/

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