What is the desire of the heart? Every human creature has a heart so I’m sure we all know the answer to that question; the desire of the heart is to pump life to every cell of the body by supplying nutrients, oxygen, and hormones. Briefly said, the desire of the heart is to give life. God gives us the elements pertaining to life to everyone who welcomes those provisions.
The desire of the heart corresponds to God’s spiritual presence within the soul. The desire of the heart to give life is made possible by the goodness of the divinity that lives within. That supreme presence is the source of the body’s nutritious blossoms, tranquility, life, divine light, and positive energy. In that light, the desire of the heart is given by God’s presence dwelling in us.
The desire of the heart is given to us by the life of the spiritual fruit blossoming from our inner being. The heart pumps smoothly in a tranquil environment, so life is given through the fruit of peacefulness, gentleness, and meekness. Likewise, the heart comes alive by the nutrients of love, goodwill, and kindness that we supply to one another. Similarly, the heart beats optimistically by joy, goodness, and faith in the open roads that lay ahead. Moreover, the heart endures with life-giving purpose by a steady pace of self-control, patience, and perseverance. Therefore, we know the desire of the heart pertains to inner qualities that give life, and that life is through the fruit of the spirit, which are rewards for our reverance to God.
The desire of the heart is to bring blood to maintain life of a healthy body. This is like the Earth’s need for nutrient rich soil, moisture, and fertile seed for bountiful blossoms. Likewise, God gives the desire of the heart to bring soft moisture of spiritual fruit to our inner being. That includes instilling a desire for healthy foods, drinks, and air to nourish our physical body, as well as adequate sleep to spare us from exhaustion, cleanliness in bathroom practices, and comforting regularity of elimination. The desire of the heart is given to us by patience, self-control, and perseverance with one another.
The desire of the heart is to pump blood to maintain the life of a safe and secure body. This is like the Earth’s soft atmosphere enclosing the planet to maintain all life that lives beneath that shield of protection. Likewise, God gives us the desire of the heart pertaining to our sense of security by the inward experience of tranquility. That includes giving us life through serenity to keep us from violence, free of domestic abuses, and to maintain the stability of the soul. The desire of the heart is given to us by peace, meekness, and gentleness to one another.
OUR PLACE OF BELONGING
The desire of the heart is to pump blood through the body to give life by supplying hormones, oxygen, water, and nutrients to every tissue. This is like the Earth’s need for the oceans, rains, and rivers to maintain the life of the planet. Likewise, God gives us the desire of the heart by the moist, soft, and tender qualities in our thinking, feeling, and doing. That includes giving that life to others by being loving, tolerant, accepting, and affectionate to welcome their belonging into a civil population. The desire of the heart is given to us by love, goodwill, and kindness to one another.
The desire of the heart is to pump life into every part of the body by esteeming every cell to be of equal worth. This is like the light of the world that shines in dark places to give sight to all inhabitants, equally. Likewise, God gives us the desire of the heart by suppying divine light, with supernatural knowledge, to watch over us and guide us in our daily activity. That includes an awareness of the worth we have to others, and judgment in the giving of esteem to those in our sphere of the world. The desire of the heart is given to us by divine light shining on the estimation of worth given to inner fruitfulness, tranquility, regard for life, and positive energy.
The desire of the heart is to pump blood to give life and maintain energy in our physiology. This is like the sun, lightening, and fire that comes in various forms to supply energy and growth upon Earth. Likewise, God gives us the desire of the heart by igniting the life of divine energy within our soul to transform the expression of our identity. That includes energizing our beliefs, words, deeds, and total self-expression to edify the divinity in one another. The desire of the heart is given by the expression of faith, joy, and goodness in what we say and do.
Some people intend to deny the desire of the heart to give life. They display anger at signs of fruitful inner life, argumentative at qualities of peace, love, faith, and perseverance, while being uncooperative to to deeds of goodwill to others. Their depression is to show sadness to joyful attitudes for life, and pessimism to signs of happiness for one another, withdrwing from heartfelt sentiments. The efforts of their negotiations are to drain you of the soft and moist qualities that gives life, in exchange for hardened and deadly attitudes. Acceptance of God’s provisions for the desire of the heart is neccessary to sustain life.
People who oppose the life-giving desire of the heart live and grow where human life is of no worth, the spiritual fruit are weeds to them, and God’s presence incites them to conflict. The attitudes that exit those reservoirs are beliefs that are counter productive to life-giving words and behaviors. Those attitudes transfer directly through people who oppose the life found in the provisions of the spiritual fruit. Indirectly, those attitudes transfer through people who corrupt the desire of the heart for their want of creature pleasures and materialistic things, hardening themselves to the flow of soft and tender sentiments.
The attitude of opposing the desire of the heart to impart life enter us from our feelings of worth to others, and the desire for acceptance from those around us. If we feel that life is worthless as a person who respects human life, then we will seek acceptance among those who desecrate the sanctity of life within the children of light. The people susceptible to hosting the attitude of opposing the desires of the heart are people who become hardened by the hazing of what brings love, joy, peace, and faith to them. We can interrupt the cycle of opposing the life-giving desire of the heart by responding from the soft, moist, tenderness of the soul.
We can assess that the desire of the heart is to give life. The diagnosis is some people oppose the provisions that impart life to others. Even then, we plan to welcome God’s presence, the source of spiritual fruit, and the giver of the desire of the heart. We implement that plan by keeping the arteries of our inner being open to the soft, moist tenderness flowing through our thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. We know we are successful when we impart life to one another by the qualities of kindness, goodwill, joy, goodness, meekness, gentleness, patience, self-control, love, peace, faith, and perseverance.