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Heart of All Things, The mp3


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“God doesn’t want your heart to be perfect and never wrong; He wants your heart to be honest.”
Martha Kilpatrick, The Heart of All Things

Last month’s message, The Heart of the Matter, firmly established that whatever our priorities might be, God is all about the heart. We are directed to guard and keep our hearts above all else. Now having received this scriptural truth, the question remains: How does a heart become corrupted in the first place?

Discover the practical way into the heart of all things!

In the Bible, there are all kinds of hearts: a divided heart, an evil heart, a cold heart, a hard heart, an unbelieving heart. What is it that we do that leads to such heart conditions? Can a Christian have one of these terrible hearts? How do we keep our hearts pure before God? How do I even know the state of my heart?

“God knows what’s in your heart; His testing of you is to show YOU what’s in your heart.”
Martha Kilpatrick, The Heart of All Things

The Heart of All Things identifies the different heart conditions and then shines light on the daily practices that came first. And that is truly a relief! You cannot simply trip and fall into a wicked heart condition. You decide what you take into your heart and you decide what you keep there, too. So, if you’re a mess, have hope! We are called to guard our hearts precisely because we have agency over what – and who! – we let into that secret place.

Who, then, ascends into the presence of the Lord? And who has the privilege of entering into God’s Holy Place? Those who are clean—whose works and ways are pure, whose hearts are true and sealed by the truth, those who never deceive, whose words are sure.
Psalm 24:3-4 TPT

The Heart of All Things is Message of the Month for April 2019.

This is an mp3 file that, once purchased, will be available to the customer to download for 30 days. *Note to Tablet/Mobile Users Below.

*NOTE TO TABLET/MOBILE USERS: Please download the mp3 to your computer and then transfer the file to your mobile device via iTunes or similar syncing software.  Due to the limitations of most mobile platforms, you will not be able to directly download this file onto your phone or tablet.

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