What’s on your mind? Tell me, what’s in your heart? The Bible says that whatever is in a man’s heart will be spoken out of his mouth. When pressures are surmounting, who you are inside will surface.
“The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For out of the overflow of his heart his mouth speaks” –Luke 6:45
True character is visible when burdens are overwhelming.
Developing positive character traits formulates the heart condition. With time and experience, attitude is defined.
Surrendering takes courage and wisdom. Leaving everything to chance, burdens are released. It is only through faith, the weights you carry, can be free.
Learning to let go empowers freedom. Having the right attitude involves sacrifice. Forgiveness is a gift. Sometimes life holds all the cards. Lessons are formed to demonstrate patience. Tests recognize truth and honesty of oneself refining the realities of genuine character.
Analyzing motives, referencing all suspicions, drive the nature of man. Questioning everything you believe in evaluates your heart.
Speak your mind, listen to your heart, and recognize your motives. For wherever your heart is, your mind will also be.
Focus on what is right and true. Allow positive influences to shape you into the person you are meant to be.
Become grateful in all circumstances by which your faith will grow.
Determine to be a better person, giving instead of taking, and loving instead of hating.
- Sentiments of the Heart (faithdream.wordpress.com)
- The Heart Is The Key (pastorpaulvbsblog.blogspot.com)