But we have the mind of Christ. 1 Corinthians 2:16 (KJV)
The emphasis for the mental health devotionals is all about how our minds (eventually should) change as a result of accepting Christ as our personal Savior. None of this ever takes place completely or immediately, so don’t ever get frustrated with yourself. And don’t ever think you’ll finally “arrive” at sinless perfection (there is no such thing here on earth). When we all get to Heaven with the Lord, then everything will be perfect indeed. So, if you happen to come across a book titled, “The Ten Most Spiritual People in the World – And How I Trained the Other Nine” … don’t waste your money or time, unless you want a good laugh.
In each devotional there are several Scripture references. These aren’t there to prove Biblical accuracy but rather for you to study and apply them in your life. The whole point is that without reading the Bible we can’t possibly know the mind of Christ or anything about Him for that matter.
Psalm 119:105 says, “Thy Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Jesus said to the believers in Matthew 5:14 & 16, “You are the light of the world – so let your light shine!”