WHAT IS IN YOUR MIND? WHAT IS ON YOUR MIND?
The phrase "on your mind" refers to what's presently on your mind, while "in your mind" is something that has been there for some time. So - In your mind means what you think; it means in your head, in your view. Recently, I heard Dr. Charles Stanley in one of his heartwarming sermons speak of conflict with people who are ”in our mind;” some who have been there for a while. They may have mistreated us or spoken to us with cruelty. They also may have injured our spirit years ago, but the memory still reside in our mind. We may have become enslaved and can’t remove it on our own, but through prayer, we can. It is necessary to get it out of our mind! It’s occupying space that could be better used for positive thinking!
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