Monday, April 12, 2010
I had the opportunity to listen to Lavell Edwards speak last month. For those too young to know, he was a successful BYU football coach for many years. He shared that more important than physical ability was how his athletes thought.
Because I know that thoughts are important and have also experienced how easily off-track my thoughts can get, it becomes vital that I continually spend time studying truths that get my thoughts back on the right track.
I remember going through a very difficult time in my life when my thoughts and emotions could have become wounded and bitter. I felt prompted to carry a notebook, and I prayed that I would have inspired thoughts that I would then write down throughout the day. This became a sacred experience, and I felt my Heavenly Father's love for me as I recorded the positive and uplifting thoughts that gave me insight and direction. I came to know from that experience that when my thoughts were in line with divine inspiration and what only I can learn and do, that true healing was available and joy followed. Divine thoughts are powerful.
Posted by Tanya at 3:41 PM