As we trim back some of the excess from our physical lives, I believe the same can be done for our hearts and minds.
Though it’s easier for us to focus on the external, the truth is that it’s the internal that always radiates outward.
Our hearts are the catalyst for everything we do so we are to care for our hearts well.
Recently, I had allowed my heart to grow hard again but God doesn’t like to let heart issues fester for long.
I’ve been learning that idolatry is more than just an external form of worship: it’s a heart posture.
How we treat others reveals the state of our hearts.
Consider this your official invitation to feel—what will you do with it?
Since the beginning of time, God has been after our hearts. Through generations of disobedience and avoidance and apathy, he’s still continued to passionately pursue us. Though we’ve wavered over and over and over again, he hasn’t given up on us.
No matter how good or bad your heart looks, God wants it. He wants all of it. More than our actions or skills or behaviors or dreams, he wants our hearts.
No matter the state of your heart, God wants to and can restore it to wholeness, that is Christa’s anthem and she proclaims it boldly.