Pure in Heart

By   •   October 14   •   Topics: ,

Being pure in conduct also includes honesty and integrity in dealing with our fellowmen. A Christian should be known in his neighborhood or place of business as an honest person, a person who can be trusted. Jesus said, “Blessed are the pure in heart.” Do you want to be happy? All right, apply this Beatitude to your heart. Take it to yourself.

The pure in heart are the only ones who can know what it means to be supremely happy. Their hearts are pure toward God and, as a result are pure toward their fellowmen. They are happy because, in possessing Him who is All and in All, they envy no man’s worldly goods. They are happy because they envy not another man’s praise. Because they are the enemy of no man, they regard no man as their enemy. The result is peace with God and the world.

“How Can I Control My Thoughts?” Read Billy Graham’s answer. 

Prayer for the day

Forgive me, Lord Jesus, my heart is far from pure. I confess to You all my innermost thoughts.

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  1. Cathy Raines says:

    Thank you for these encouraging words.

  2. Talicia Howard says:

    This prayer is a blessing. My husband and I are working on praying according to God’s will, and this prayer shows that. Thank you.

  3. Caleb says:

    Thanks for the devotional.

  4. Muyunda Alex says:

    Thank you so much for your encouraging words. Please keep it up.

  5. Karen says:

    May the Lord bless you.

  6. Gerry says:

    The world offers many distractions every single day. The only way to stay pure in heart is to stay focused on Christ. The best way to do that is to begin each day with a regular study time in God‘s Holy Word. Ask God for His Scriptural full armor and weaponry to defend yourself.

  7. Matovu vicent says:

    A heart next to God’s.

  8. Mobolade Ayobami Joshua says:

    More Grace to you sir