1 Samuel 16:7 ESV

But the LORD said to Samuel, Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him. For the LORD sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the LORD looks on the heart.

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It is not enough to clean up our act on the outside. Jesus is concerned about our heart. Because from the heart are all the issues of life.
Makeup Is a Hobby, Not a Necessity
Whether we were blessed with perfectly symmetrical faces and bodies, or acne scars and postpartum lumpiness, we are made in Gods image and precious in his sight.
Lay Aside the Weight of Pride
Ironically, many of us struggle with low self-image because we think too much or too highly of ourselves. We carry around the awful weight of needing to be great.
You Are Worth What You Value
Whether we do it by our childrens accomplishments, our career developments, our physical appearances, our connections or our social media followings, we naturally tend to give each other ranks.
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'God looks at the heart' -- 3 ways this truth will help you
God knows all of us. He looks intently into our hearts every moment, carefully looking at our motives. This truth might sound scary to some, but in reality it's one of the most liberating truths ever, especially when it comes to everyday life.
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The Heart of True Ethics
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Present Your *Bodies* A Living Sacrifice  John Piper
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God is a God of the heart
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