Do Not Trust Your Heart

By   •   April 9

man looking over water

One of the ironies of human nature is that it often has a way of rejecting the best and accepting the worst. Why did the crowd ask for the release of Barabbas and the crucifixion of Jesus? The answer is in the biblical statement, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked.” Jesus is just as divine today and just as much alive as He was on that first Good Friday. Yet millions today don’t accept Him. His goodness is still a rebuke to our badness; His purity still shows up our impurities; His sinlessness still reveals our sinfulness; and unless we allow Him to destroy the evil within us, the evil within us still wants to destroy Him. This is the conflict of the ages.

Jesus wants your heart. Listen to more in this short audio clip.

Read Billy Graham’s answer on having a change of heart and mind.

Prayer for the day

Lord Jesus, when I reflect upon the agony of Your death at Calvary, my heart is once again humbled at the magnitude of Your love for all mankind.

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  1. Bruce says:

    Thank you very much… I love this

  2. K ta says:

    Thank you for guiding my walk with Jesus, helping me to grow in my faith

  3. Joe says:

    Thank you for loving us that much, Lord. Help us to love you with our all in return.

  4. Pippi says:

    Thank you!

  5. Thomas Asamoah says:

    Wow am blessed after reading this piece of info, very insightful THANK YOU JESUS

  6. Ate says:

    Thank you Lord Jesus Christ my saviour for cleansing all my sins away n giving me new life . Amem