True motives of our heart will be laid bare, and the Lord will evaluate our entire lives. This is an excerpt from Pastor Greg Laurie's blog. It is a chilling and honest look at how our hearts will always tell the tale. Some say, think with your head, not your heart. This apparently isnt always true, and not always the best medicine for a person. Sometimes, we are shrouded in such bitterness and hatred that our evil little hearts will not allow us to look past ourselves. There are times when our hearts lead us down a path to enlightenment and feelings of wholeness. The truth is, we have to be honest enough to look within ourselves, our own hearts and allow Christ Jesus to heal us and be ready for Him to come. Because He is coming folks. Jesus is coming this Christmas to minister to us, just as He ministers to me everyday.
God met us there and united our hearts with purpose and a passion to see it through. This is an excerpt from Marybeth Whalen on Proverbs 31 ministry blog. She was talking about finances, a thing taken for granted by everyone every day. I believe in making personal mission statements and obtaining goals. Realistic goals, and Ms. Whaley's statement struck me with hope. More talk of hope today, I'm way too ahead to give up. This post is pretty erratic, but I don't have much time. I at least wanted to point you in the direction in where I am. (or going)
Fear the Lord, you his saints for those who fear him lack nothing. Psalm 34:9