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When God Looks at the Heart

The Heart of the Problem

In the last article, Anatomy of the Human Heart, I introduced this series and gave a little background before we were given the story of David’s life. I learned from King Saul that whatever is in our hearts affects the decisions we make in life. Our affections influence our direction. Since the heart’s default is inclined towards making wrong choices (Genesis 6:5), we know we will have the tendency to take the wrong direction in life as well. Jeremiah said something about this case too. He said, “The heart is deceitful above all things and beyond cure. Who can understand it?” (Jeremiah 17:9 NIV). This is the heart of the problem, called by theologians the “sinful nature.”

Today’s blog will focus on how God dealt with this human problem. But first, take a look at the picture below. Are the two hearts inside of the same color? Click on the picture for a larger view. After you have decided, click here to take a look at the same picture but without the colored squares.

Heat Illusion

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Posted by on October 25, 2013 in After God's Own Heart, Series, Sermons


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