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I Corinthians 15:47   Thought/Prayer:  Images of Mind and Heart.  Topics:  2 at end.

“The first man is of the earth, earthy; the second man is the Lord from heaven. As is the earthy, such are they also that are earthy: and as is the heavenly, such are they also that are heavenly.  And as we have borne the image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of the heavenly.”  KJV  (Read this scripture and more at

Might we say here, that this scripture could have to do with images of mind and heart?  We know that Adam was the first man whom God created.  He was of the earth, as we are told here.  Then, in scripture we see that Jesus Christ is the second man spoken of here.  And, of course, his origins were heavenly.

Maybe we could say that Adam was made with an earthly mind.  Jesus Christ was made with a heart larger than the universe.  We are like Adam, created beings who make our homes on Planet Earth.  But are we totally stuck with an earthly mind?  Is it possible for us to have not only an image of our minds, but of our hearts?  Of course.

Jesus came to give us the viewpoint of the heavenly mind.  He gave up His heavenly abode, beautiful as it was, to become one of us in order to experience all things human; this would, of necessity, include our minds.  But His natural mind was heavenly.  And by coming here and giving us humans the opportunity to receive Him as Savior (and with that, making all of his attributes available to us), we can gain a heavenly mind.  Our thoughts change; our outlook changes.  We are no longer relegated to this Earth for all time.  We have a future hope in Heaven.   

So we can live our lives with images of mind and heart received through Jesus.  Some of these images will probably involve the life of others such as newborn babies or of the elderly.  With images through Jesus’ heart, we can see these people as necessary and relevant and needed.  Our earthly-style thinking, at least for some, gets us to the point that we think these folks are unnecessary and irrelevant to life.  But we rejoice that we see them as the Savior does.  We are thankful for our mind of Christ.

Lord, help us to develop Your mind within us, to the utmost.  We want to treasure those who are many times unable to “contribute” to society and are thus considered “lesser.”  They are not lesser; You made us all.  Help us to always see Your view of all people on this Earth.

Topics:  Pray for our hearts to think “heavenly” instead of “earthly.”
The mayors of our country, to think Pro-Life

Posted by Gail Richardson on 05/28 at 09:08 PM
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