Most people in the world have no experience of lasting joy in their lives. All of our resources exist to guide you toward everlasting joy in Jesus Christ.
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It says that your heart is a true guide that will lead you to true happiness if you just have the courage to listen to it. The creed says that you are lost and your heart will save you. This creed can sound so simple and beautiful and liberating.
Until you consider that your heart has sociopathic tendencies. Think about it for a moment. What does your heart tell you? Your heart has likely said things today that you would not wish to repeat.
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I know mine has. My heart tells me that all of reality ought to serve my desires.
My heart likes to think the best of me and worst of others — unless those others happen to think well of me; then they are wonderful people. This is not leadership material.
The truth is, no one lies to us more than our own hearts. No one. If our hearts are compasses, they are Jack Sparrow compasses. If our hearts are guides, they are Gothels. They are not benevolent; they are pathologically selfish.
What does the bible say about following your heart?
In fact, if we do what our hearts tell us to do, we will pervert and impoverish every desire, every beauty, every person, every wonder, and every joy. Our hearts want to consume these things for our own self-glory and self-indulgence. Our hearts were never deed to be followed, but to be led.
Our hearts were never deed to be gods in whom we believe; they were deed to believe in God. If we make our hearts gods and ask them to lead us, they will lead us to narcissistic misery and ultimately damnation. But if our hearts believe in God, as they are deed to, then God saves us Hebrews and le our hearts to exceeding joy Psalm So, though your heart will try to shepherd you today, do not follow it.
It is not a shepherd.
It is a pompous sheep that, due to remaining sin, has some wolf-like qualities. Remember, your heart only tells you what you want, not where you should go.
Jesus is your shepherd Psalm ; John Listen to his voice in his word and follow him John About Give. We need to be saved from our hearts. No, our hearts will not save us. Our Lives in His Does our right standing before God depend on our becoming more like Jesus, or does our becoming more like Jesus flow from our right standing before God? Joe Rigney.
The Sluggard in Me A life of laziness usually does not grow overnight, but through day after day of little excuses, trivial indulgences, small defeats. Scott Hubbard.