Psalms 19:14 (KJV) ~ Let the words of my mouth, and the meditations of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer.

What are you meditating on? What is it that your heart longs for and desires?

Life can cause us to meditate on so many things that hinder or propels us forward. Our hearts can secretly ask God why Lord, When Lord, How Lord or Lord I don’t understand.

The meditations of our heart are what God sees well before the words that leave our mouth.

When we meditate we ponder, we think, we chew over, as it were the things that trouble or cause concern. We can have sleepless nights over it and it may also cause our heart to ache in places where we never thought we could ache or yearn for resolution.

The word meditate in Psalms 19:14 denotes a musical notation in the hebrew, a humming sound. What is your heart humming dear heart?

We daily have to give our heart to God. We daily have to put on the breastplate of righteousness to protect this most vital organ. We daily have to meditate on what God has said to keep our heart beating to the musical note of what God has promised us in his word. What harmony of God are you meditating on dear heart?

Bring your heart into the alignment of God’s song and melody for you. He has created a symphony that only your heart can sing. No one else can hear his music for you. Allow your heart to meditate on each note, on each crescendo, on each staccato.

So dear heart as you meditate on God’s Ballard remember you are fearfully and wonderfully made and your wounded heart will gain strength as you meditate on God’s Symphony.