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Heart trouble

“The heart of the human problem is the problem of the human heart.”

- Adrian Rogers

John 14:1- (NIV)- “Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me.”

 

Are you caring for your heart? It is no secret that heart disease and complications are leading cause of death. There are many ways to care for your heart, you can exercise, eat healthy, have a physical, minimize stress just to mention a few. It is important to keep a healthy and pure heart. I wondered... are we trusting our heart and mind more than God?

I recently read a devotion by Joyce Meyer where she said “taking time to keep your heart pure is similar to cleaning out your basement or attic. Once you turn on the lights and start looking around in there, don't be surprised to find some things you didn't expect.” Keeping your heart in good condition, guarding it and asking God for help when it is not well is important.

We all have our hearts broken at some point in our journey. If we don’t take the time to deal with the hurt, with the ailment and brokenness of our heart, we develop a heart condition. Some never deal with the many hurts and eventually their heart become troubled beyond repair. I encourage you to seek help from God if you have never taken time to work on your troubled heart. Don’t turn your heart into your basement or attic. Constantly work on keeping your heart right. Connect with God often. He will help you. Today’s verse is a reminder, do not let your hearts be troubled.

Dear God,

Thank you for the reminder to not let my heart be troubled. To believe and trust you instead. I pray that all your children do not let their hearts be troubled. That they keep their heart in good condition, they guard it and ask you for help when their heart is not well. I ask this in your son Jesus’ name. Amen!

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