• Shane Adkisson
  • Jan 17, 2018

One of my favorite authors, the Apostle Paul, encourages his readers to "set your mind on things above."

Which begs a few questions:

"What are you focused on?" 

That's a huge question.  So many possible answers.  C'mon, lot's of things are important in life.  We all have many things we value.

"Okay, but what's your main focus?  What are you focused on?"

Can we really know and answer honestly?  I've come to think it might be possible if we consider a couple of other questions.

"What do you dream about?"

"Where does your mind drift during the day?"

What we think about over and over--the place(s) that our mind goes during the day, repeatedly . . . that's our focus.

Is it possible that the answer to those two questions reveals what our mind is "set on"?

What do you think?  Let me know your thoughts: