The Heart of God


Can we honestly say that our hearts are aligned with the heart of God? We can ascertain this by taking notice of how well our actions correspond with what God has spoken unto us within our spirit and / or through His Word. If God loves something, then we should have love for it. If God is compassionate towards something, then we should also be compassionate towards it. If God extends mercy to someone, then we, too, should extend mercy towards the person. This is the result of having such an intimate relationship with God that as we spend more time with Him, the more our words, thoughts and actions should align with His words, thoughts and actions. Does this mean that we will hit the mark at one hundred percent? Absolutely not, because we are not God and, therefore, we are not perfect. He does not expect us to be, and nor should we expect it of one another. God explains the reasoning behind this in Isaiah 55:8,9, when He says,

“For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts.”

But what this does mean is that our perspective on how things should be changed and be transformed as we continue to commune with God and allow His Holy Spirit to reconstruct our inner man into the fearfully and wonderfully made individuals God created us to be on a daily basis. Spending time with God on a daily basis is an undeserved privilege extended to us from the heart of God Himself. We are the beneficiaries of so great an invitation. When we decide to accept His invitation to commune with Him, then as our lives are changed, the cultural climate in which we function will benefit from the exchange as well…#‎thinkonthesethings‬

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9 thoughts on “The Heart of God

  1. I think we should remember ourselves from time to time when we lose ourselves or when we find ourselves in struggle with other people: “What would God do?” That way we become an instrument of love and peace and therefore bring God’s energy towards others. We might not be perfect… but then again we are: Perfect the way we are today in order to give right what others need and what helps ourselves to evolve.

  2. Seeing what God sees — the photo is stunning. Fields ready for harvest! And right here with us when we have eyes to see as God sees. Even a little bit. As God loves and has compassion for us….

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