Stone TrustPsalm 28:7 The Lord is my strength and shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of thanksgiving.

So many people are anxious and restless because their hearts are full of bitterness. We hide behind a thin veneer of religiosity and suspect morality while all the while our hearts have hardened. It is only when we deal with the issues of our hearts that we make a solid connection with God.

I’ve discovered that when I’m in a building with thick walls, like a parking garage, that I get a poor signal on my phone. I have to wait until I get out of the building to continue my conversation.

It’s not until we get out of our own stony indifference that we are able to hear from God. We remove the stones through forgiveness.

  1. We have to trust God with our whole heart. A whole heart is a heart free from grudges. Who do you need to forgive so you can trust God with all of it?
  2. God hears your prayers when you come out of a stony heart. When the walls of unforgiveness are torn down your reception with God is clear!
  3. God helps you when you trust him with your whole heart. God is waiting to see if we will trust him with everything. When we’ve done everything we know to do we just have to stand and watch the Lord see you through!
  4. My heart will leap with joy and I will burst out in song. God is ready to fill your heart with joy instead of pain, sunshine and not rain. He wants you to leap for Joy! You made it through the worst and now the best is about to manifest. It’s time to go from crying to shouting!

Dear God,

Thank you for healing my heart issues. I feel lighter since I addressed my stones of unforgiveness. Please continue to answer my prayers and move on my behalf. I am so close to my breakthrough and I trust you with my whole heart. I’m going to shout in advance for the victory I know that you are going to give!

In Jesus Name,