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“Blessed are those who have a pure heart, since they shall see God” (Matthew 5:8). This was said by Jesus during His renowned Sermon on the Mount. So, what exactly did He mean when He said, “pure in heart?” Surprisingly, the word can also refer to something that has been cleaned by fire or pruning. People were told by John the Baptist that Jesus will baptize them with the Holy Spirit and fire. The Messiah is compared to a “refiner’s fire” by Malachi (Malachi 3:2). Pruning is required for a vine to produce fruit. Those who have been pronounced innocent as a result of Jesus’ work and who are being sanctified by His purifying fire and pruning are those who are genuinely “pure.” This is something that can be done with the actual heart. However, it also refers to the spiritual core of one’s being. It is the home of one’s thoughts, desires, sense of purpose, will, comprehension, and character. So, to be blameless in who we are, we must be pure in heart. Having a single heart toward God is part of being pure in heart. A pure heart is devoid of hypocrisy, deception, or hidden agendas. Transparency and an unwavering desire to please God in all ways characterize a pure heart. It is an intrinsic purity of soul, not just an exterior purity of action. As a result, the heart is extremely important to Jesus. He is mainly concerned with what we are in the deep, inner recesses of our life. Jesus did not come into the world only to help us break certain bad habits. He came into the world because our hearts were filthy and needed to be cleansed. Have you recently considered how powerless the local, state, and federal governments are to fix our society’s problems? The focus was on the black population, although the problem affects all groups in our society in varying degrees. Fifty-eight percent of all black babies are born to unmarried moms, according to the figure. Only around 1% of these are available for adoption.

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