Titus 1:15 - How To Purify The Mind.

Titus 1:15 - How To Purify The Mind.

Titus 1:15 (ESV) To the pure, all things are pure, but to the 
defiled and unbelieving, nothing is pure; but both their minds and their 
consciences are defiled. 

Titus 1:15 (NLT) Everything is pure to those whose hearts are 
pure. But nothing is pure to those who are corrupt and unbelieving, 
because their minds and consciences are corrupted. 

Titus 1:15 (EAV) To the pure [in heart and conscience] all 
things are pure, but to the defiled and corrupt and unbelieving nothing 
is pure; their very minds and consciences are defiled and 

Titus 1:15 (TLB) A person who is pure of heart sees goodness and 
purity in everything; but a person whose own heart is evil and 
untrusting finds evil in everything, for his dirty mind and rebellious 
heart color all he sees and hears. 

Some people see good all around them, while others see nothing 
but evil. What is the difference? Our souls become filters through 
which we perceive goodness or evil. The pure (those who have Christ in 
control of their lives) learn to see goodness and purity even in this 
evil world. But corrupt and unbelieving people find evil in 
everything because their evil minds and hearts color even the good they see 
and hear. Whatever you choose to fill your mind with will affect the 
way you think and act. Turn your thoughts to God and his Word, and 
you will discover more and more goodness, even in this evil world. A 
mind filled with good has little room for what is evil (see Philip. 
4:8). [Life Application SB] 

   Your heart's condition will be expressed through your life. 
It will be evident by your attitudes, your words, and your 
behavior. Jesus said that you can clearly see others only when your own 
eyes are unobstructed (Mk 6:42). If your vision is hindered by sin, 
you will not look at others properly.  
   If your heart is pure, you will approach life without malice. 
You will not question the motives of everyone around you; you will 
not doubt the truth of everything others tell you; you will not look 
for fault in others. Instead, you will look for the good in others, 
finding what is praiseworthy. You will not be naive or gullible, but you 
will seek what is good rather than what is evil. If your heart is 
pure, you will see others the way God sees them (Mt 6:22).  
   If your heart is defiled, everything with which you are 
involved will seem corrupt as well. You will assume evil motives in 
others because you know what you would do given the same circumstances. 
You will be cynical about what you hear because your own words are 
deceitful. You will be drawn to evil people and evil things.  
   How do you look at the words and actions of others? Are you 
critical of them? Are you judgmental? If so, ask God to purify your 
heart. Once He has, you will be free to see yourself and others as God 
does. [Experiencing God Day by Day by Henry and Richard Blackaby] 




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