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Bible Topics: Daydreaming and unprofitable thoughts

Definitions: Daydreaming is to have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake. Unprofitable thoughts are the result of daydreaming, idleness, or worse yet, evil, rebellious thoughts given by the Enemy.

1. The Devil is battling for control of us through our minds.

2. Daydreaming may seem harmless at first, but if unchecked it can destroy our usefulness.

3. Daydreaming and unprofitable thoughts leads us away from the Lord.

4. Take a militant stand against daydreaming and bring your thoughts into subjection.

5. Fight daydreaming by keeping your mind on the Lord, the work at hand and the goals ahead.

6. Ask yourself, "Is this what the Lord wants me to be thinking about now?"

7. The danger of imagination, when not under God's control:

8. Fight daydreaming and unprofitable thoughts with the Word!

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LJ (Baltimore, US) says...
Thank you for this article.I have struggled with daydreaming for years since I was a little girl. I believe it started as a defense mechanism but it has been too many years to pinpoint. Now, there is term maladaptive daydreaming. there was no name years ago and I thought I was the only one. I knew it was not "normal" but no one to confide in. Thank you for giving it a Christian viewpoint. Much needed and appreciated.
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Sofie says...
Hello Mr. James,
Thank you for this. As a teen, day-dreaming has been one of my main struggles. It has stopped me from being industrious and useful, which is so unlike me.

God bless you. :)
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Hello Sofie,

I am so happy this article was a blessing to you! Thank you so much for sharing. I too was a day-dreamer when I was a teen.

Many blessings to you in Christ Jesus!
James
25th March 2021 9:22pm
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Russell North (Hastings. Hawkes Bay, New Zealand) says...
Hi James,
What an inspiring article. As a renewed Christian who daydreams/ed a lot, your article has enlightened me to what needs to be done in my thoughts, imaginations and daydreams to fight back and against this evil, and gratefully press on towards the Light of Life.
Thank you,
Russell
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Hi Russel,
I am so glad you appreciated the article. Thank you for your comment!
James
10th August 2017 5:14pm
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