Bestselling author Meyer adapts her million-copy bestseller about changing one's outlook into a specially designed edition for middle-grade readers ages 8-12.
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|Title of eBook: Battlefield of the Mind for Kids|
|Release Date: 10-01-2006|
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|Publisher: Faith Words||Store Sales Rank: 6436|
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Battlefield of the Mind for Kids
Chapter OneYou've Got Another Think Coming!
Figuring out what you really think is not an easy job. In fact, even when you think you know what you think, you may be surprised sometimes to find out you don't really think that at all. Sometimes you think something because you have a friend who thinks it, and you agree because that's part of what makes you friends.
For example, if your friend's favorite color is purple, you might both agree to have that be your favorite color and wear it every chance you get. Later, though, you might see something orange and love it and begin to wonder if maybe orange is really your favorite color. If you tell your friend that orange is your favorite color, then you've begun in a simple way to realize what it means to think for yourself.
It's good to have people who agree with the way you think. It's an even better idea to know why you think as you do. If you're not really sure what you think, or you've been thinking some very odd things that may not be true at all, then "you've got another think coming." God has a plan to help you discover how to think more clearly.
In Philippians 4:8, God gave us some great examples of things to think about. We're told, "Think about the things that are good and worthy of praise. Think about the things that are true and honorable and right and pure and beautiful and respected." The author goes on to say that if we do that, then the God who gives peace will be with us.
"Well, what do you think?" Don't your friends ask you that all the time? From picking out a movie to talking about favorite music groups, your friends care about what you think. Wh...