Deut.: Amp. Ver. (You will find out how to use your mind in this book.)
II Kings 4:8-35 (Shunammite Woman)
Prov. 2:2-7 (Find the knowledge of God.)
Prov. 3:5-10 (Trust in the Lord with all your heart.)
Prov. 3:13-14, 24 (Unrelaxed Mind)
Prov. 6:4-11 (“0” Sluggard)
Prov. 6:17-18 (Abomination to God)
Prov. 10:19-20 (Talk too much.)
Isa. 26:3 (God will guard.)
Isa. 30:15-17 (Rest and trust in God.)
Isa. 55:8-9 (God’s thoughts not ours.)
Jer. 12:5 (If in a safe land, you fall down.)
Dan. 6:14-23 (King’s mind compared to Daniel)
Malachi (This book shows the difference between God’s mind and man’s mind on issues which are very important to God.)
Matt. 3:2 (Repent – How sincere has our repentance been?)
Luke 1:27-38 (Mary accepts God’s will.)
Luke 9:25-26 (Being ashamed of God before man is weakness of mind.)
Rom. 1:28 (Passive mind is reprobate, considers God worthless.)
Rom. 6:16-19 (Active mind and body as servants of God)
Rom. 8:6-7 (Holy Spirit mind and fleshly mind)
Rom. 10:12 (Take heed lest he fall.)
Rom. 12:1-3 (Make correct judgement of self.)
II Cor. 4:4 (Passive mind blind)
II Cor. 4:16 (Inactive mind)
II Cor. 10:3-5 (Bring thoughts into obedience to Christ.)
II Cor. 5:23 (Fruit of the spirit is self-control.)
Gal. 5:24 (Crucify the flesh – actively.)
Gal. 6:3-7 (Make correct judgement of self – God is not mocked.)
Eph. 4:7 (Grace is given to each of us.)
Eph. 4:17-20 (Cults and spiritism)
Eph. 4:21-24, 32 (You are an active participant.)
Phil. 2:3-9 (God worketh in you.)
Phil. 3:13 (Lashing backwards)
Phil. 4:6-8 (Think on these things.)
Col. 1:21-23 (If you continue)
Col. 3:2 (A commandment – set your mind on things above.)
II Tim. 1:7 (No fear)
II Tim. 2:21-26 (Refuse – shut your mind to youthful lusts, controversies.)
James 1:7 (Double minded man will not receive from God.)
I Pet. 1:13 (Gird up your mind.)
I Pet. 4:7 (Keep sound-minded)
I Pet. 5:7-8 (Worry drains the mind and body.)
II Pet. 3:1 (Sincere mind)

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