STRENGTHEN YOUR CHOOSER MUSCLE Exercise
Directions: This exercise is designed to strengthen and build your chooser muscle to think truth. To do this exercise, set reminders on the clock of your mind and your phone to practice the following series of thoughts and actions every day for the rest of your life. Do this exercise at least 3 times a day or as many times a day as needed. Think and do the following series of steps.
REMEMBER WHO GOD IS. God is the creator of everything and remind yourself He created the world and everything in it out of nothing. Remind yourself that God is your Father and you are created in his image.
REMIND YOURSELF OF HIS NATURE. God is a giver. He can’t help himself because his nature is that of love. GOD never changes. He wants to give. God absolutely loves meeting our needs and giving us our desires. Remind yourself that God never wanted to control you that is why He gave us free will.
DON’T FORGET TO ACKNOWLEDGE GOD. Don’t forget to acknowledge and remember who God is and remind yourself of his nature toward you. Acknowledge that God is the source of everything in your life and that He is your daily bread. Keep in mind your daily bread/provisions are unlimited because they are not on the competitive plane but come from an unlimited supply.
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO SAY THANK YOU AND EXPRESS GRATITUDE. This reminds you to say thank you for all the provisions in your life and to remember everything you will ever need has already been provided.
DON”T WASTE YOUR THOUGHTS THINKING ABOUT HOW YOU WILL MEET YOUR NEEDS. Just ask for the provisions that have been so graciously provided for you.
REMIND YOURSELF OF HOW VALUABLE YOU ARE TO GOD. Say aloud, “I am God’s favorite.”
Gratitude Quote – Thank you Lorie Marrero!
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos into order, confusion into clarity…. It turns problems into gifts, failures into success, the unexpected into perfect timing, and mistakes into important events. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.”