It’s not an easy job to guard your heart nowadays. We are surrounded by things that easily can poison us spiritually and physically. We all know what those are. So, let’s keep our eyes on the Lord. He is a source of Purity and Hope. We will ask Him for help, we will ask Him to strengthen us, and to remove all that doesn’t belong in our hearts. Let’s fill our hearts with Jesus, so love, compassion, peace and justice can flow out into the broken world.
“3 Set a guard over my mouth, Lord; keep watch over the door of my lips. 4 Do not let my heart be drawn to what is evil so that I take part in wicked deeds along with those who are evildoers; do not let me eat their delicacies.”
Let God search your heart. Let Him remove all that doesn’t belong there. Hate, fear, anger, bitterness, envy don’t belong in your heart. Keep your heart pure and lifted up. God will fill it with His Love and the Spirit of Truth. ♥
Content life – content heart. Life filled with troubles – heart filled with troubles. Clean up your heart! How? Believe in God. Pray. Seek answers. He answers to those who love Him and trust Him. Ask for His will in your life. He will make it even better than you have ever thought it could be. TRUST GOD. ♥
Keep your heart cheerful. Do things you love. Enjoy small moments. Make memories. Don’t hold grudges. Forgive. Let go of pride, anger, envy. Those will eat away your heart and make you sick. Let Jesus handle your troubles; give it all to Him. He WILL heal your heart.
Are our hands clean? Is our heart pure? Do we lift up our eyes to God or to idols? Do we love our neighbors as ourselves? Are we a blessing, or are we a hindrance? Let the garbage out and let the Love in! Let the King of Glory come in!
” A happy heart makes the face cheerful, but heartache crushes the spirit” (NIV Proverbs 15:13); KJV Proverbs 15:13
A HAPPY HEART: Spend time with family. Spend time with friends. Forgive. Laugh. Spend time with nature. Walk. Do things you love. Leave work at work. Help a stranger. Give time. Give love. Smile. Simplify. Be humble.