Most of us will face problems in life that challenge us. We try and fix these problems in different ways and sometimes never seem to fix them. The problem may not be the real problem. The real problem may lie in the way we think about the problem. We all think in different ways and sometimes the problems arise due to faulty thinking. A child who is raised to think he is a loser will think in losing ways. A child raised to be a winner will think in winning ways. They will face their challenges in losing or winning ways. One continues to lose and the other continues to win. What if you were to change your thinking to winning all the time?
Winning and losing are linked to the way we think. Our thought processes determine the outcome of our challenges in life. Many are caught in a victim state and therefore are always reacting to circumstances and situations in the ways of a victim. What happens when the victim decides to change to be a winner? We have heard of people who have gone from rags to riches. Could it be that they decided to change the way they faced life situations by taking on a victor mentality? A person will reap what he sows. A miser thinks he will lose all he has saved only to find that he has a treasure but fails to enjoy it. He continues to live a miserable life.
How about changing our thinking today from one of poverty to one of riches? We were rigged to win. Why not believe this and begin to face situations in life as challenges to win? The Bible states that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose (Rom 8:28). In God we are winners. The world may say we are losers but God says otherwise. Whom do we believe? I choose to believe God and therefore I can say that I am a winner. God has blessed me more than I can say and He continues to bless me. God is good all the time.