Have you ever heard the noise of the heart? I’ve heard it on a fetal heart monitor when I was pregnant. It makes a noise like “Leb-bab, Leb-bab, Leb-bab.” Leb and lebab is the Hebrew word for “heart.”
Did you know the Throne of God has aspects of the human heart?
Twenty-four ribs guard the heart – twelve on each side, and in Revelation 4, twenty-four elders surround the throne of God along with the four cherubim.
The heart has to be guarded. Proverbs 4:23 states, “Above all else, guard the heart, for it is the well-spring of life.”
Because the heart is the throne of our conscience, the seat of our decision making. We need the cleansing of Christ’s blood.
1 John 7 states “the blood of Jesus Christ His Son cleanses us from all sin.”
The heart removes the C02 and pumps blood around the body. Jesus’ AB negative blood is used for universal blood transfusions. I’ve written about it on my Red Sky blog:
In our cells we have laminin, the cell scaffolding protein foundation structure for most cells and organs. Laminin is vital for the maintenance and survival of tissues. Does laminin remind you of anything?
Colossians 1:17 states that Jesus “is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”
As Romans 1:20 states, these are some of God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—to be clearly seen, being understood from what has been made.
Great designers always leave their mark.
My thanks to Carrie for providing the inspiration for this article.
Hebrew word study: Lebab (03824) means heart, mind or the inner man, contrasted to the outer man (See Dt. 30:14: Joel 2:13;1Sa 16:7). Lebab is often compounded with “soul” for emphasis, as in 2Chr 15:12 (cf. 2 Chr 15:15).