I am not talking about the chemical makeup of man or woman.
I am talking about the part that scientist can’t explain.
What’s inside you that makes you move, the part that yourself sometimes misunderstands.
Psychiatrists ask the question, what makes a man sometimes do what he does?
We are not born knowing what to do in every situation in life.
We learn from time, others, books, music and parents.
What’s inside you will ultimately come out.
Luke 6:45 NIV
A good man brings good things out of the good stored up in his heart, and an evil man brings evil things out of the evil stored up in his heart. For the mouth speaks what the heart is full of.
What we teach a child is very important to how they will start living there lives.
The bible says; train up a child in the way they shell go and when they are old it will not depart.
What’s inside you always come out!
And the ugly
If you put good things inside you then good will come out.
If you put bad things inside you, of course, bad things will ultimately come out.
So, if we would guard our ears and our eyes to make sure that good things are seen and heard, then the results will be good things will ultimately come out.
So what’s inside you?
After you have examined yourself
Take out what does not belong
And leave the best of you inside.
You will need a good foundation to grow upon.
Like cooking your favorite meal, you only put the things in it that would make it taste and smell good.
So watch what do you put inside you?
If you want the good stuff to come out, then make sure you put the good stuff inside.
Mark 4:20 NLT
And the seed that fell on good soil represents those who hear and accept God’s word and produce a harvest of thirty, sixty, or even a hundred times as much as had been planted!”
And so, when someone ask you the question,
What’s inside you?
Don’t be afraid to say what’s inside you.
Because, only what you put in will ultimately come out.
If God’s word inside you then to those who would hear you they will get an ear full of the Word planted in your heart.
Psalms for Life: “The Pocket Guide to Successful Living in Christ Jesus”