Thoughts control feelings, which control behavior. (Wyatt Webb, therapist)
Youth leader Ryan Hemlock expands on this idea: “The way we think controls the way we act. And the way we act translates to how we perform in our jobs [and] interact with others.” So many people defend their actions with the argument that “If it feels so good, it can’t be wrong.” That kind of thinking leads to disaster. So, first, guard carefully your thought life.
Guard your heart above all else, for it determines the course of your life (Proverbs 4:23).