Becoming Whole: Week 20 ....Create in us a CLEAN HEART!

Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me.
— Psalm 51:10

What's in your heart? 

This week in effort to finish this cleansing process, we must take a deeper look at our hearts. If we truly want to move to a new level of wholeness, we must dig deep to the roots that expose what is growing in the garden of our heart. The Word says that those in the Spirit should have the fruit of that Spirit which is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, gentleness, faithfulness and self control. If our fruit looks more like fear, grief, jealousy, comparison, anxiety, bitterness and gossip then there are seeds that we must uproot. 

Can we be honest with ourselves this week and expose some bitter roots in effort to take hold of freedom?

What's in your heart?

I have learned that we ATTRACT what we possess. I suppose it's the law of sowing and reaping that we have missed. If we start to take notice of the patterns of things that we attract in our lives, we will begin to find keys to hidden roots. These roots could be hindering the very things we desire in life. 

This week we will take notice of the fruit that drives us or controls us or possibly holds us captive, and we will start to dig deep into the patterns of our history. Some of these patterns we may have blamed on the enemy when in truth we are reaping seeds of lies, vows and judgements that we ourselves have sown. 

For today meditate on this Psalm asking the Father to expose the deepest places of your heart so that it may be made whole. Ask Him to renew your spirit and restore your joy! Spend time asking Him to show you patterns in your life that keep you from His love and His joy and His peace! 

Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me from your presence or take your Holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of your salvation and grant me a willing spirit to sustain me.
— Psalm 51:10-12




Press in my sweet friends we called for a time such as this, 



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