Spiritually Minded

A spiritually minded person is one who is both grounded in reality, able to handle the stresses of life and deal with difficult circumstances, and also open to the intuitive wisdom that comes from a deep connection with God. This combination of strength and trust allows us to navigate our lives more confidently—and more successfully. In this blog post, we’ll explore how being spiritually minded helps us face life’s challenges head-on while also making room for hope and faith.

Spiritually Minded

Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life.

Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life.

This verse is a reminder to me that I should be careful not to allow other people’s emotions to affect my own. While being empathetic is important, if you let it get too far and become wrapped up in someone else’s problems, then you can lose sight of what matters most in your own life.

All things are possible to him who believes.

The Bible says that God is all-powerful, and so you can rest assured that he can do anything. But sometimes we wonder why God doesn’t answer our prayers the way we want him to, or how he can let bad things happen to good people. The key is understanding what “all” means in this context; it doesn’t mean everything, just anything within his power. This means that if you believe in him and ask for something, it’s up to your faith as much as your prayer; if you don’t have enough faith then God won’t be able to give it to you either!

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If there’s an event or situation in your life where nothing seems possible due to lack of resources or other factors beyond control (like sickness or injury), try looking at these challenges from a different perspective: instead of seeing them as impossible situations (which they are not), think about what would happen if this was a game show challenge where all rules were thrown out? In reality shows like Survivor contestants often have very limited resources available for use but still manage somehow through teamwork and cooperation—can’t we do the same thing here?

I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.

The goal that Paul was pressing toward was the prize that God had promised to give him. The prize is called “the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.” It’s worth everything to be called heavenward, and it comes only in Christ Jesus. We win the upward call by being faithful to the word of God and having peace with him through our faithfulness (Hebrews 11:6). How do you know when you have won the prize? You’ll know because your mind will be renewed (Romans 12:1-2), and when your mind is renewed, all things become new (2 Corinthians 5:17).

The Christian life is a great adventure!

The Christian life is not about doing, but about being. It is not about the things that we accomplish or the goals we achieve; it is about becoming like Christ and living as a child of God.

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In fact, one of my favorite verses in the Bible says that “there are many who say ‘Lord, Lord!’ but they will not enter through the door because they do not live according to his word.” In other words, it’s easy to say that you want God in your life—but living out His word day-in-and-day-out proves whether or not He really does have a place there for you!

As Christians, our goal should always be on becoming more like Christ ourselves—not just spending time with Him once every Sunday morning or Wednesday night at church (though those are good things). If we could all truly grasp how much God loves us and wants us to be part of His family forevermore… well then I think we would find ourselves completely overwhelmed with joy!


We are called to be spiritually minded, not materialistic. The Christian life is a great adventure! We have a loving God who has given us so much and asks us to use it for His glory. Let’s follow Jesus’ example and live out our faith in every area of our lives by trusting God with everything: our thoughts, words and actions—and even our money!

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