Guard your heart, bro.

When I look around the church, when I talk amongst my friends, when I gaze into the world — I see men who are broken and hurting, men tied to their addictions, men out of control, men drowning in lust, so many men longing for peace and grace and mercy, and in desperate need of restoration for their tattered and broken hearts. Hearts that have gone unguarded for far too long. And I want to break this verse like an alabaster jar over their brows. I want to pour out the perfume of Redemption on their lives. I want to release the words of Solomon to his sons, that they may be free to take up their spears and stand guard over their own hearts, because their hearts are worthy of the effort…. above all else….

                  Above all else, guard your heart, 

for it is the wellspring of life.”

Guard your heart, bro. by Jamie Wright

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