A Mind of Files

For me, sometimes I feel like my mind and thoughts are a stack of files, photos, letters, and little pieces of items on an office desk, and normally, whatever is at the top of those files is the thing I think about the most all the time. It could be my favorite TV show, it could be one of my greatest friends, it could be an awesome video game I recently played, it could be a Bible verse, it could be a song I hear over and over again on K-Love, etc. But would if all you were thinking about was one of those things (although it is never wrong to think about a certain Bible verse all the time), would if you were thinking about something that doesn’t really matter all that much. Sometimes I realize that, sadly, God can be at the bottom of all that stuff. So what can you do to remove all the files until you reach God?

Well, the answer is pretty simple and pretty Sunday school-ish, but nevertheless, the answer is pray. Pray to God to set aside everything else so that your mind’s target is God. Also, you could ask him for a few “photos” in order to have a good picture of what God looks like. My “photo” for God has been the same for a while and it’s really not surprising. In my head, He’s dressed in white with a small beard and long brown hair, and his face is so shiny and white that you could barely see His eyes. That’s pretty good right?

Another thing that can help you take your mind off of anything that doesn’t have to do with God is to take a break from the thing that makes you think about it the most. Take a break from your video game or your movie and sit and meditate on God, and I promise you, God will reach your mind’s door if you open it. I’m not saying that you shouldn’t think about your family and your school. God wants you to think about those things too because they are ALSO important. But also you should make sure that your mind is open for God when He DOES want you to focus on Him. Think of a time that you can do just that.

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