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Who’s Inside Your Head?

Who's Inside Your Head?

Psalm 119:11 (ESV) “I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you.”

Coaches constantly warn their players not to let the other team get inside their heads.  The other team wants to trash-talk and intimidate and sow doubt about your abilities and chances of winning the game. 

There are all kinds of ways things can “get inside your head” as a Christian.  Constant attention to the wrong messages via all the things you watch, people you listen to (drama), or messages you read can keep you so busy that God’s word drifts to the background.   

Psalm 119:11 (Romans 12:2) teaches us that the Word of God should be inside our heads and hearts guiding, directing, and shaping our thoughts, actions and emotions.  In this way, we are kept from sinning.

There is another thing coaches say a lot, “Play your own game.”  Trust what you have learned from the coach and put it into practice even when the other team says it will never work.  God’s word can be trusted above every other message.  Store it up and practice it in your life.


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