A lot of times people will ask me things like "How do I give God my heart?" My question to you is what is your heart seeking after? Who currently has your heart? In this video, I'm going to talk about what it means to give God your heart and how to do it.
Giving God your heart
When you love someone you want to please them, you will do anything for them. You want to always want to be around them and you give all of yourself to them. It is the same thing with God, when you fall in love with God, you will want to please Him. You will want to spend time with him and obedience becomes easier.
Obedience is better than sacrifice
God is looking for people who will fall in love with Him and put him first. He wants people who will seek his will over their own. God is not looking for the person who is trying to do everything right out of tradition, but the person who is seeking him for who he is. You will have to figure out where your heart is, what has your heart? What are you running after? All of those things you have to be willing to give up for his will.
A Snip of the Video
"The way that God loves us is just absolutely incredible, He loves us in the middle of our sin; in the middle of where we are, and not like the world that waits until you get perfect to love on you or wait until you have it all together. God loves you in the middle of your mess. He is after your heart, so in order to get to know the way that he loves you, you have to spend time with him in his word."
“Does the Lord delight in burnt offerings and sacrifices as much as in obeying the Lord? To obey is better than sacrifice, and to heed is better than the fat of rams. 1 Samuel 15:22 NIV
“The eye is the lamp of the body. If your eyes are healthy, your whole body will be full of light. Matthew 6:22 NIV
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