The world, circumstances, people and even God Himself pokes our hearts. Situations arise that wound us, people hurt our feelings, and God bruises us to heal us.
His grace has shown me purpose for certain pains in my life, but simple understanding of what God takes us through really doesn’t have power in itself. No, where there’s power is in my yes.
How can an active society with ever increasing involvement in social media be lonelier? Will our longing find the satisfaction we so desire?
The heart is the seat and center of human life, and is where the issues of the spirit and the will are settled.
The heart sends out clues to signal us, like red flags of distress. These waving banners are sent up like flares to warn and attract our attention.
Our hearts are speaking to us; we must listen to hear what they say. They tell our stories—who we are, what we struggle with and why.
As a believer, I'm not given the opportunity to live without being open-hearted. I must walk with my heart fully exposed to Him & to those He died for.
David's secret is that he lived from his own crude heart. His writings prove it. He sought the heart of God because he was himself a man of heart.
Our Heavenly Father puts a high premium on living open hearted because otherwise we’re guarded and self-protecting from HIM.
I want to discuss listening to another’s voice other than hearing our Shepherd’s. "My sheep hear My Voice, another's they will not follow."
Faith is to live listening to His voice in every moment of my life. It's like I'm to live with my ear against Jesus' chest, so I can hear His very heart about my life.
Our world is steeped in the pursuit of romance. We long for it desperately. We want romance because we were made in the image of a romantic God.