One Heart

One heart…

We see a lot of credit, responsibility, and focus given to our heart. 

It’s the source of our spirit, the keeper of our innermost thoughts, and the driving force of our will. 

It would make sense then to pay attention to what influences and tries to go into our heart. 

Trying to manage our heart alone is futile. 

There is simply too much worldly clamor and influences and we become easily overwhelmed, but turning our hearts and minds over to the care of God enables us to be free and protects our hearts from the chaos

How are you protecting your heart?..

Check your experience… 

“The central fact of our lives today is the absolute certainty that our Creator has entered into our hearts and lives in a way which is indeed miraculous.” Big Book pg 25 

Lord, let us examine our hearts daily to be sure we have it tuned into Your will and Word, AMEN.

“I will give them one heart and I will put a new spirit within them; I will remove the hearts of stone from their bodies and I will give them tender hearts,” Ezekiel 11:19 

Have a blessed day Y’all!

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