Bryna Portraits by Fen by felicia
Sep 2014
Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.
When we talk about heart , it normally mean emotions, affections, and feeling. it includes all of your deepest moral and spiritual convictions. So its really talking about whats really deep inside of youwhat makes you you.
What if I told you that I have a heart condition? What would your reaction be?
The truth is, I do have a heart condition. Being hopelessly romantic, my life is driven by the feeling that I have and it is so unpredictable and swings like faster than roller coaster. That is why I think God says guard your heart.
I don’t think it means that you should ignore your feelings, but we need to take care of our emotions. I tell God how I feel, whenever I’m feeling happy or sad. But then I also tell Him what I will do through all with His strength and power. We are created in the image of God, but many of us don’t realize our emotions are a significant part of God’s image imprinted within us. Women need to feel comfortable with who they are emotionally. We are often surprised by the intensity of our own emotions.
There’s nothing more important than your inner lifewhat’s in your heart. Life is not your circumstances, the kind of business you have, house you live in, the kind of job you have or how much money you have. You can have the best of these things and still be miserable.
On the other hand, it’s amazing how happy you can be in the middle of the weirdest circumstances, if you keep your heart in the right condition.
I want you to understand this: Every time you feel like doing the wrong thing or feeling the wrong thing and you choose to do or feel the right thing, you are GROWING and God is SMILING
“So friends always remember this, whatever storm your heart now facing, once it is over, you wont remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You wont even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you wont be the same person who walked in. Thats what this storms all about.”
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