Secrets of my heart by Gairey/guitser

Whatever is inside is a secret to someone else. It is your very own personal space that is reserved for God. Most of us are so ashamed of ourselves we end up being ashamed of God. Confessing to ourselves that ‘if you really knew me, you wouldn’t accept me.’ Loving others the way we love ourselves and doing things for others we don’t do for ourselves. Needless to say the secret is killing us as we try to hide  ourselves from Life. To be in the world and not of the world is a well kept secret. The irony of that is we only trust what our faith allows, God included.

Look inside where your secret is. Don’t try to organize your heart’s desire. If it’s bad it can be fixed and if it’s perfect it can get better. Our temptation is only a test imposed by evil.

When you supply a need or a service, don’t brag or market yourself. God already know who you are, what your doing or not doing and why. He sees, He knows and He understands. God knows your secret place.

He see’s you from above, the size of a mustard seed. Standing as we are in the storms of life. Experience is our own shift of the wind and pressure will rise. But a child will stand even after they have done all to stand. 

No one known the origins of the wind except God who controls the tides of life. He knows our strength and weakness, design for a greater good. There is a reward according to what a man plants he shall reap, cultivating our hearts. So let us choose our desires well in support of everlasting life.

‘Don’t let the right hand know what the left’ does because they work well on their own. The good we do can only come from God because God is good. Manifest by the good we do. If you do good God will use it. Knowing to do good and refusing to do good is a personal sin originating from our own secrets. 

You are God’s best kept secret and He will give you the desire of your heart. For those who have the heart of God the best is from everlasting to everlasting and you right smack in the middle. There is no shame in this game but it is a foolish man who tells his whole heart.

Gairey

1“Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.
Father knows that you need them. 33 But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. 34 Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

A man goes to a big city looking for a window of opportunity and ended up begging for food because he squandered his inheritance. Then he came to his senses, looked within and remembers how well off he had it before he lost himself. At that moment he began his journey back to the child within. Knowing fully well that a child is capable of overcoming whatever the day brings. For a child a day no different from a thousand years. With no thought of tomorrow. As adults today is nothing more than yesterday and tomorrow will be the same. Another day of hidding from the presence of God to some degree.

God says, 34 ‘Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.’ It takes the child in us to understand that.

The Matrix is protected by the Word of God and death is the last enemy to be destroyed. So wake up and live as at nights we sleep. Our body is alive but our spirit is dead to the world, like untold secrets. Our ambitions are like the wind given from the storms of life, that visits us in our time. Our heart desire is our very own purpose orchestrated by God in the things we do. So right back at you my friend, live well.