Personal Journal: A New Heart

This is probably the most amazing and most convicting conversation I’ve ever had with God, now that I am reminiscing, flipping threw these journals. It’s NEVER too late to turn to Christ Jesus.
Original Entry Date 11/30/2015: This morning I heard God say to me that He was going to put me in a high place/position that I would proclaim His name!!! WOW!!! How Awesome is that?!?!?!? 😀
As we went along talking He placed the portion of scripture in my heart about how we are given a NEW heart and a NEW mind.
Ezekiel 36:25-27 GNT: 25 I will sprinkle clean water on you and make you clean from all your idols and everything else that has defiled you. 26 I will give you a new heart and a new mind. I will take away your stubborn heart of stone and give you an obedient heart. 27 I will put my spirit in you and will see to it that you follow my laws and keep all the commands I have given you.
And I confirmed my faith in this…but a question came into my mind. A question of skepticism, “why then, if you are given a new heart and mind, why does it not immediately change?!”
God showed me a stalk of wheat and asked me how long does it take to grow?
Then He showed me a baby and asked, “how long does it take to grow? Doesn’t it take time for a baby to walk? The same is true for a person to truly to walk in the Spirit.”
Then He showed me the stalk again and said, “What will happen if it is not given sun?” (My presence, fellowship, keeping yourself in prayer) “Or what if it it’s not given water? (The Word)it will die.” (a spiritual death.)

Published by Lina

I am a gal who lives in the Bay Area, CA. This site is not meant to be about me but rather it is about what God has shown and continues to show me in His Word and when I am in prayer with Him. I hope these entries inspire you to seek His Face, He desires you to do so and even if you don't think so...it is also what your heart and soul have longed for since birth. Over the years I wrote down every sort of spiritual revelation that would pop out at me when reading the Bible. I thought to myself, "what do you want me to d with all this, Lord?" That's when it hit me! Why not start a blog and put everything He has given you on there. And so I did.

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