Believe In Your Heart

Jesus said, “Believe in your heart and you will be saved” Romans 10:9. Many don’t understand this and so continue to operate in their soul and lose out on the abundant life Jesus promised to those who believe in Him. Believing in your heart is a shift from the soul realm to the heart realm. Our spirit dwells in our hearts and not in our souls. Our soul needs to be differentiated from our soul. Many confuse the heart and the soul. They, therefore, operate from the soul realm and understand the Bible from their own human understanding. Spiritual discernment is lacking and therefore we have different translations of the Bible. This is like the confusion at Babel. Therefore we have a divided church because we confuse spiritual understanding with soulish understanding. When we are born again we are born of the Spirit, not our soul. Our soul continues to need to be redeemed through the transformation of our mind. Our spirit is saved and goes on to eternity.

Spiritual Discernment

Spiritual discernment is lacking in the church at large. We, therefore, have division and a lack of understanding of Biblical truth. God’s word is truth and it never changes. Culture may change because as humans we are growing in wisdom and knowledge. Facts may change but the truth never changes. Science observes and changes the facts depending on new evidence. Spiritual truth is eternal and infallible. Jesus came as a man and died and rose again. Jesus is the Son of God. Jesus is the only way to Father, God. These are eternal truths and will never change. God created man and woman and there are only two genders despite the move to cancel this truth. Life begins in the womb because we were created not evolved.


Today culture seems to dictate what we believe. If our belief does not accommodate with culture then we will be ostracised. The church needs to stand for truth and not accommodate to culture. The way to do this is to discern between what is soulish and what is spiritual. We are spiritual beings on an earthly journey. Our destiny is heaven to those who believe. In fact, we are already seated in heavenly places with Christ. This is the differentiation that needs to happen before the church can truly be the church on earth as it is in heaven.

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