Melt Our Hearts, Oh God…
Good morning beautiful people, good morning. I went on Saturday to pray for a dear lady in the hospital here in Presque Isle, Maine. This snowman sits in the front of the hospital. The sun was shining down so brightly, I couldn’t tell if my phone captured a picture or not. I had some others taking pictures send me some of theirs too, just in case. Thank God for the friendly Aroostook County, Maine people.
As I look at these pictures this morning, I was thinking about the presence of God. Even the coldest, darkest, hardest hearts melt in God’s presence. That’s what our world needs, that’s what we need. We all need more of Him and less of us, a reviving of our hearts. Let’s Pray:
Father, thank you for melting our hearts today. Shine your light upon us and melt away any hardness, any coldness that may have crept in. Father, you gently shine your light on our lives and change us.
Father, while you are working on us, please cast out any religious spirits that try to hide in our hearts as well. Keep our hearts soft, pliable and may we never take for granted the grace, the mercy and love you have shown toward us.
Father, thank you for changing us and shining your light on our hearts, until we meet you face to face.
Have a blessed day God’s beautiful people. Let Him melt your heart today.
And I will give you a new heart, and a new spirit I will put within you. And I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh. Ezekiel 36:26