The heart journey, heart surgery, and heart mapping
When I get to the end of my life I want to be able to say, “God, at least I tried to follow your mandate for my life. At least I was on that track. At least I was beginning to say, if this is what I’m supposed to be about, then I probably shouldn’t be doing this.”
There starts to become a mechanism in my life for living by God’s two-part mandate. As we do that, as we really begin to embrace that–and I think most of us start with the source material–pretty soon we start in on this heart journey.
Something begins to happen in your heart. God begins to address the limitations inside. It’s not just a cognitive lesson in your brain. There’s something going on in the inside, and you enter into a whole new study of what it means to obey and to experience what God really wants.
That’s what the heart journey, heart surgery, and heart mapping is all about.