Quote for Blog - 032816Before Christ, it’s true that we could not always trust the leading of our heart unless we had our heart established in love and truth. But the truth is, as a believer God speaks to us in our heart; therefore, it’s essential that we learn to recognize the voice of God in our heart.

The Scripture most people use to justify negativity about our heart is Jeremiah 17:9-10 “The heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked; who can know it?” In the original language it says something much different. It says something like, “the heart is covered with or showing footprints, therefore it is sick; and depressed.” A lifetime of hurt and pain results in footprints where others have walked on your heart making it sick, depressed, or as Jesus said, broken. In my series, Freedom from Emotional Debt, you’ll not only learn how your heart got covered with footprints but you you’ll learn what you can do about it.

When we believe on the resurrection of Jesus in our heart we get a new heart. It’s the only place in this life where you actually get to start over. Then as we follow Him as Lord He leads us beyond the pain of the past, when it emerges to steal your dreams. This week in Impact CyberChurch we’ll talk about Healing the Broken Heart. I want to help launch you into a journey where you are healed from the past and avoid the heartbreak of the future!