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2 Samuel 22:2-3
This devotional has a quote written by Victor Hugo.
Maciena, the person, has been raised in the church. There was never a time that I didn’t attend church. But the Maciena, the believer, has always been there, but she wasn’t always wise. In fact, one of my few childhood memories is how I visualized being saved. Because as kids we are told to let Jesus into our hearts. So I somehow saw the human body as having two hearts. One that did the body good, one that did the spirit well. I was an imaginative kid.
As a grown-up I know it’s talking more metaphorical than physical, but I have been brought back to that image of having two hearts by today’s devotional. God never leaves you, he’s a constant in your life, like your heartbeat. He’s strong and steady. He’s prepared to do what ever is necessary to keep you alive.
Fear is very real and in today’s political and economic climate it’s very easy to fall into the flesh trap of fear. But we should all remember the innocent thought of my youth, that you have two hearts, and Jesus resides in one of them. Then you can be comforted knowing that God is with you. He’s never going to leave you.
No matter what you are feeling (fear, anxiety, sadness, anger, worry) you can take it to God and know that he’s big enough to carry it. That you don’t have to carry those burdens yourself. He’s there for you and he’ll never leave you. Never.
Do you trust God enough to hand those burdens to him? Are you allowing God in your heart so that your spirit is whole?