H – Hearts Are Reminders {26 Surprising Ways to Encounter God, A-Z}

“Though our feelings come and go, God’s love for us does not.”
– C.S. Lewis

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H—Hearts

Hearts are our culture’s icons of love. While the heart shape as we know it is not the shape of our physical hearts, it’s the one we recognize as the center of our souls.

Try This

Scan the room you’re in right now.

  • Is there a heart or something resembling a heart right where you are?
  • Trace a heart in the air.
  • Put your hand over your own heart and listen to the beats to a count of 50.

Thank God for surrounding you with images of love.

Let them remind you of his real love for you. Send hearts today on your own communications to keep spreading his love around the world.

The greatest commandment is love. Let it be so with us today!

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Is there an image of a heart where you are right now? Whose love do you think of first when you see a heart? Please share in the comments.

Coming up tomorrow:

  • I – Intuition
    Have you ever intuitively encountered God?

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12 thoughts on “H – Hearts Are Reminders {26 Surprising Ways to Encounter God, A-Z}

    1. LisaNotes Post author

      Thanks, Linda. I love how God *wants* us to encounter him in everything we do. I’m so thankful that he’s good like that. 🙂

  1. Sharon

    I’m not seeing a heart right now, but I sure can feel my own beating! I do collect hearts though – I especially like the ones made out of stones or glass. I suppose they remind me that true love is only found by having a relationship to The Rock, the only One who sees through all my *outside* stuff to the true beat of my heart.

    GOD BLESS!

  2. Betty Draper

    Actually there is a huge red heart on my desk top so I see it everytime I open my computer. I still have a picture a missionary sent me of a perfect heart grown into a tree, I need to frame it and display it’s beauty for man did not carve this heart, God moved natures wind and rain to draw a heart into that tree. Good thought Lisa.
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    1. LisaNotes Post author

      I’m glad you’re seeing at least 2 hearts right now, Betty. Very cool that you have a heart on your desktop! I need to add one on mine. I have pictures of my daughter’s kindergarten students on my desktop–and they have my heart–but I should add an actual heart to the picture as well. 🙂


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