Uplifting commentary on the Gospels, Acts, early Apostolic history, and a life of discipleship.
Do you ever feel like God has left you in a dry and waterless place? If so, you should be encouraged. Maybe He has some important revelation for you. A voice from heaven declared, “You are My beloved Son, in whom I am pleased.”
The Torah warns us “not follow after your own heart and your own eyes, after which you played the harlot” (Numbers 15:39). Gazing on others with lust constitutes “following after your eyes.” Harboring immoral thoughts in the imagination constitutes “following after your own heart.” This is the adultery of the heart which Yeshua warned His disciples to avoid.