Blessed Mode

Blesed Mode

by Kel Mitchell

Rating: 5 out of 5.


Blessed Mode is a 90-day, daily devotional that will challenge and encourage you. Each devotional also contains a prayer and an action that you can take to put the given day’s topic to work.

Kel covers a wide range of topics such, as speaking with kindness, not dwelling on past hurts, and seeing the world as Christ sees it.

Initial Thoughts

“Your righteous speech will make known to everyone the God you serve and that it is His truth you are standing on.”

― p. 114, Kel Mitchell, Blessed Mode

You know, we teach our children that people will know that we are followers of Jesus by the love that we show them. Now, stop and think about that for a second. What is the number one way that you can show love to someone? Through your words. Yes, you can show love by your presence and by your actions, but for most of us, it is through the words that we speak. Words have power. They have the power to lift a person up or to drag them down into the mud – or even to destroy them. That’s why it’s so important that we guard our tongue and speak life into one another.

Reminds me of Toby Mac’s song, Speak Life. If you haven’t heard this song, you need to – it’s really good!

“Stop letting people throw you back to your past like that’s all you’ve got, like your best days are behind you. They aren’t!”

― p. 116, Kel Mitchell, Blessed Mode

Whether your past is filled with good memories or bad, your past is not all there is. Don’t let people try to control your present or future life by constantly reminding you of past mistakes. Or maybe you used to be strong and dedicated, and you had it all together. Maybe you aren’t living your best life right now. It’s not too late to change. You can decide today to take on a new challenge and to make yourself into the version of you that you want to become.

“Author and evangelist Cindy Trimm says, ‘The possibilities in your life change when your perspective changes.'”

― p. 118, Kel Mitchell, Blessed Mode

I think we’ve all met them – those people who always seem to be happy. How can they live that way? Well, to drastically oversimplify the concept, it comes from seeing the world around you differently than how others do. Instead of focusing on the pain and the negativity that surrounds each of us, those who are intentional about looking for the good that we have been blessed with, are more consistently able to experience joy. Obviously, there’s more to it than that. My life is complicated and I know that yours is too. Just don’t allow yourself to fall into the trap of dwelling on life’s mishaps and troubles.

I really enjoyed this devotional. I found it to be very encouraging and full of great reminders! I definitely recommend it for both teens and adults.

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