Jesus, The Heart Surgeon
Jesus rewrites the heart to make all things new. This procedure does not happen overnight; faith and maturity through refinement take time, and character-building in itself is a process.
Jesus must explore the Heart’s hidden injuries to surgically (spiritually) remove the infection. The “blood” flows throughout the body, creating wellness in our core, thus pumping out Christ’s holiness into our veins.
All good things come from Christ, who is holy. The Bible says to be holy because Christ is holy.
Jesus promotes good health, wealth, and overall well-being. As Christians, our number one priority should be a healthy heart through godly living in Christ.
How can we be living in the likeness and image of God with a dead-beat ticker? The answer is we can’t.
In Psalm 51:10, we read the plea to God for a clean heart: “Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.
The written word is God-breathed and utilized like a surgical tool that assists in Spiritual surgery to remove heart disease.
Do you know that Spiritual infection leads to mental disorders and emotional mayhem?
Yet, when the Chief Surgeon, Jesus Christ, gets His hands on the heart and starts manually pumping it, He drives out the disease to promote healing.
The procedure is complex and lengthy, yet without Christ, there is no human who can realign the heart’s structures to fit within God’s plan for your life.
It’s all part of Yahweh’s design.
Similarly to the heart of leadership, to be a servant of sound council we have to go through the procedure and I can testify. Yes, it hurts, but it’s worth it to be free of the pain.
To often the pain leads to sin and the sickness of idolatry and fraudulent living—the total decimation of the mind, heart, soul, and Spirit leads to a fallen nation.
Does this sound familiar.
Who remembers Ezekiel’s second vision, when the Prophet witnesses Israel’s flagrant idolatry and hypocrisy and insincerity in Jerusalem? Recall the specific consequence of that sin, as he has also glimpsed the glory of God departing from the Temple. This dramatic vision confronted the religious complacency.
The Jews in exile with Ezekiel needed this warning: sin’s result is judgment. The same judgment that is currently in our midst. Today’s leadership is in the middle of a make-over. “The New thing”
Christ has made for himself a people, after His own heart—a blameless bunch tried and tested wholly in the fire and healed through the flame.
The heart surgery was no walk in the park but the servants are sold for Christ. Jesus will send these out to the nations to teach and shift things to fit within His council—To be an adviser to the remaining body in need of assistance.
It’s time for Jesus and the heart healing we should all strive and ask for. I promise you the outcome will be revealing.
It’s time to singly and cooperatively, through communal worship, submit to Christ and be saved. It’s time for the deliverance of a nation; thanks be to the finished work of the cross.
The Lord is calling for a clean heart.
Clean is to purity as unclean is to unfit. Do you see the difference?
Let’s look at Proverbs 11:14-24 (MSG)
14 Without good direction, people lose their way; the more wise counsel you follow, the better your chances. 15 Whoever deals with strangers is sure to get burned; if you keep a cool head, you’ll avoid rash bargains. 16 A woman of gentle grace gets respect, but men of rough violence grab for loot. A God-Shaped Life 17 When you’re kind to others, you help yourself; when you’re cruel to others, you hurt yourself.
18 Bad work gets paid with a bad check; good work gets solid pay. 19 Take your stand with God’s loyal community and live, or chase after phantoms of evil and die. 20 God can’t stand deceivers, but oh how he relishes integrity. 21 Count on this: The wicked won’t get off scot-free, and God’s loyal people will triumph. 22 Like a gold ring in a pig’s snout is a beautiful face on an empty head. 23The desires of good people lead straight to the best, but wicked ambition ends in angry frustration. 24 The world of the generous gets larger and larger; the world of the stingy gets smaller and smaller
Praise God for His fine workmanship, the body of Christ is starting to look up.
Oh, how He loves us.
1 John 4:18
There is no fear in love, but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.
Let all proclaim the name of Jesus.
Christine Brejcha ©️