“Then I realized that my heart was bitter, and I was all torn up inside. I was so foolish and ignorant— I must have seemed like a senseless animal to you. Yet I still belong to you; you hold my right hand.” Psalm 73:21-23
This month is not only Valentine’s Day, but it’s also American Heart Month. We have American Heart Month because we don’t all take good care of our hearts and need a yearly reminder of how important that little part inside our bodies are. It’s a realization that we can do better.
For those of us who are spiritual, February is filled with reminders of how important our spiritual love and hearts are, and that we have to tend to that aspect of ourselves too.
Every day is a chance to realize what we’ve done wrong and make changes. We should feel guilt for what we’ve done wrong, but only until we decide to do things differently. The good news is that just like with your physical heart, you can decide to make changes to help your spiritual heart. You could try reading some devotions while you’re enjoying a healthy fruit or vegetable snack. Just changing your attitude will do good for both your spiritual and physical heart and life.
Take a moment today and check out your heart and your life. Are they in line with a healthy and spiritual life?