Being right, does not mean you don’t need God to make things right in your life
The words of Jeremiah, the heart is deceitful above all things, And desperately wicked;
Who can know it?
Who can know it, unless God unveils the motives of the heart?
Who can understand it, unless we admit we are fickle and the heart is weak,
Yes, it is weak, but we try to pretend we can hide our motives,
but our motives cannot outlast the reality of truth,
Truth that is meant to convict,
Truth that is meant to heal,
Truth that is meant to forgive,
Truth that is meant to set us free,
But the heart that knows right, yet rejects the counsel of God,
Denies the truth that is right to make things right in life,
The heart can get quick fixes but not permanent satisfactions.
But it seems, its human nature to forget,
Forget the heart cannot be satisfied,
Being satisfied by anything that was not meant to satisfy it
in the first place,
How interesting is the heart?
What we think can easily satisfy it? Only dissatisfies it,
How easily we forget that chasing after things,
instead of chasing after God is what will make our hearts right,
Right with our redeemer, right with our maker, right with our savior,
Right with the one who knows our end from the beginning,
Right with God who will make things right in our lives
Finally folks, the words of Solomon, every way of a man is right in His own eyes,
But the Lord weighs the hearts, which only means,
Being right, does not mean you don’t need God to make things right in your life.