The human heart was created by the Lord God with His steadfast love for His children.
A clean heart is renewed by God to have the right spirit when walking alongside Him. You hold great responsibility when working on your heart to love others unconditionally.
What does the Bible say about a healthy heart?
A healthy heart is one that is selfless and clean by the Bible. This heart holds no anger, resentment, or judgment. It is a pure heart looking only to serve, help, and guide others to Christ.
The full assurance of faith is found in those with a whole heart that nobody can downplay. Confidence is found in those with a healthy heart given by your heavenly father.
How do I give Jesus my heart?
You ask for Jesus to enter your heart and to remove any distractions or anger from allowing him in. You hand your life over to him without holding anything from his reach or to change for you.
This will be a mark of change for the former things you once desired for your life.
What do Hearts represent in the Bible?
In the Bible hearts represent the right spirit needed when living a Christian life. A clean heart is one that holds no evil things and is only filled with his steadfast love and a heart for serving others.
Christ Jesus is found within each of your hearts since he is the creator of all things. Youthful passions are one that has a whole heart within it.
When viewing the youth, you see a pure heart that you long to have since pureness is one of God that is designed in His perfection.
Bible verses about the heart of a woman
” God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day.” Psalm 46:5 NIV
The trust of God is found within her creating her to shield out the evil things of the world.
A willing mind to conquer all with God within her and refusing to give up. The Lord God being at the core of your pure heart can take on the world that seems to swallow up so many people.
Exodus 20:6 states that God’s people who do his work remain in his love and favor. The strength of my heart does not come from myself but from the power of God.
A new spirit is given to those who are upheld by Christ Jesus. God helps those who help themselves by surrendering themselves to Him alone.
” Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come.” Proverbs 31:25 ESV
The strength of my heart lifts me out of the evil things that have once consumed me.
You can laugh at the evil man that is against God. The Lord God clothes you with the traits preparing you for your own battles.
You fear nothing other than God himself when equipped by His word. Fear of the Lord comes with respect for the one who has wrapped you in his honor and protection. You become fearless to the world with God’s strength to overcome the evil things that the devil places in your life.
Luke 1:80 is about a child growing strong in spirit. This bible verse is how a Godly woman goes about her own strength in her heavenly father and the holy spirit within her. Her worthiness is shown through the courage and confidence expressed through her sincere faith.
” One who heard us was a woman named Lydia, from the city of Thyatira, a seller of purple goods, who was a worshiper of God. The Lord opened her heart to pay attention to what was said by Paul.” Acts 16:14 ESV
Lydia helped Paul and the other disciples in building up a church in Europe. From this moment the Lord opened her heart to hear Paul’s message.
She gained a new heart once feeling the presence of God through his disciple. Her predestination is determined by her heart and the way she serves others.
Revelation 2:18-19 is the church that Lydia was a part of when building up the churches.
Fellowship in the church is to serve others while serving Christ Jesus. A whole heart is found in the works of God when building up the springs of life. The Lord God uses those you encounter to mold your heart and renew your spirit.
The heart of wisdom is one that is given by God himself through lessons in life. You are a woman of God who is constantly learning by him of a Christian life by his definition.
Bible verses about opening your heart
” Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.” Psalm 51:10 ESV
David’s heart was full of lust, hatred, and rebellion toward God. A desire for a clean heart yearned over him to become new.
The evil heart he currently had caused enough trouble to have a change of heart over his life. An evil conscience can quickly turn to a pure heart by the will of God.
Luke 6:45 states that a good heart produces goodness, and an evil heart produces evil to come. When asking God for a new heart, you are to repent and confess your old sinful ways.
Addressing what you have previously done is a clean slate for you to accept a renewed spirit by Christ. The good treasure of his heart is found when you turn to God in seeking change for a new spirit.
” May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer.” Psalm 19:14 NIV
David addresses the Lord with the words that are acceptable to God’s Word. Your heart reflects who you are. The meditation of my heart comes from the moments I spend with God. It’s with intentional time that you can transform a broken heart into a cheerful heart.
Matthew 12:34 explains that whatever your heart is full of is what determines what will come out of it through your mouth. Your words are the intentions of the heart.
The words of my mouth come from the thoughts that I have allowed to cling onto my heart. Christ intended for your words to be used for his goodness and to spread his steadfast love. The words you use are to please God and the new heart he grants you.
” Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.” 2 Corinthians 9:7 ESV
Paul is explaining the ways of Christ and what it looks like when expressed to those around you. When renewed by Christ he molds your heart to grow into thinking and loving differently. Giving to others becomes second nature and the evil conscience that was once there vanishes rapidly.
A cheerful giver is voluntary and expected by the Lord God. God opens up your heart to place good cheer on giving and serving others without bitterness or expectations.
The ways of the Lord are above any human heart and the ways of the world that you have fallen into habits. The abundance of the heart is something you will have to work towards and use to prosper as a Christ believer.
Bible verses about motives of the heart
” Every way of a man is right in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the heart.” Proverbs 21:2 ESV
Solomon is admitting that the Lord God has control over the kings. The Heavenly Father is aware of every thought, action, and feeling that enters all of God’s people.
The human heart is prone to sinful ways. Your own understanding is not able to accept the things you currently do as evil ways.
Romans 3:10 states there is not one person who is righteous in the eyes of the Lord. The way of a man believes they do no wrong and have the outward appearance of perfection to others.
The Lord alone can view the desires of your heart. A Christian life is with God’s help turning your bad traits into good deeds.
” Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.” Philippians 2:3 ESV
Paul is commanding for others to not act out of greediness. He begins to call those out who act out of pride. Placing others above your own selfish desires produces endurance to walk the right path of gaining a new heart in your self worth.
Your own understanding is to create your own happiness out of placing your needs first. However, the man of God has you loving others through his steadfast love when obeying his word.
The Lord Jesus Christ desires nothing more than for your sincere faith in him to guide your actions.
” The aim of our charge is love that issues from a pure heart and a good conscience and a sincere faith.” 1 Timothy 1:5 ESV
Paul explains the law of Christ and the intentions of the heart when living a Christian life. A sincere faith draws out your best self to have the right spirit to be selfless. The love you pour out to others should come from a pure heart.
In the New Testament 1 Peter 1:22 talks about a pure heart coming from practicing the word of God. Christ Jesus aimed for His love to be centered by the form of our thoughts and actions. The good medicine is Christ’s steadfast love that can change any evil man into a pure heart.
The renewing of your mind is done by the good man above. Only He is capable of such drastic changes in your life to create a new heart within you. The peace of God is working in you to change your outward appearance of the way your heart speaks and treats others.