To sense the invisible, God created human beings with a conscious, a general awareness to lead you to the right path. Beyond the ability to feel, hear, see, taste and touch, it takes time to draw near to God. For some getting close to the Lord’s heart is a lifelong journey, using trial and error to find your way.
And he has raised up for his people a horn, the praise of all his faithful servants, of Israel, the people close to his heart. Praise the LORD, Psalm 148:14.
Along this search, obstacles, road closures and temptation pop up causing some to quit, giving up before acquiring a heart like David. Finding the time the read the Bible, prayer and meditate on God’s principles is hard to fit into one’s daily schedule. Thus the thought of getting close to God’s heart becomes a pipe dream for most, content with a mediocre faith.
But the LORD said to Samuel, “Do not consider his appearance or his height, for I have rejected him. The LORD does not look at the things people look at. People look at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart,” 1 Samuel 16:7.
According to Jesus, the heart is like a treasure chest, Luke 6:43-45. What people store up inside come out in the form of actions, behavior and words. The moment souls are irritated, pushed or prodded, either good or evil will come out. In view of this reality, its essential to guard your heart, Proverbs 4:23, nourishing it with the promises of God in the Bible. Then and only then will seekers begin to get close to God’s heart.
by Jay Mankus