So many thoughts and so much thinking going on in these minds of ours…in the minds of our students. How do we take control of our thoughts, instead of our thoughts taking control of us? That’s what we are talking about today on the blog.
I’ve done a lot of thinking about this subject over the past few days as there have been some tragic events that have taken place in and around our community. I want my students to be prepared when bad things happen. I want them to know how to handle the deceptive thoughts that come their way. We always need to be aware of the demeanor of our students. You never know – in doing so, we might just save a life. There is literally a battle going on in the supernatural realm for their souls. To think otherwise is to be deceived for sure. 1st Peter 5:8 states, “Be alert and of sober mind your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour.” Our classrooms are our mission field, teachers.Never forget that!
Blooper alert! I get just a little (well, really a lot!) tongue tied with a certain phrase at the end of this blog! Stay tuned, ’cause it’s just a tad funny!