“Jesus went forth, and saw a great multitude, and was moved with compassion toward them, and he healed their sick.” – Matthew 14:14
In addition to February being African American History Month, the month of February is also associated with Love and Heart Health. Your heart is symbolic of your feeling nature. Feelings give you the energy to do what is that you are called to do. They also draw your good to you and you to your good. Feelings also repel that which is not good for you. Paying attention to your feelings keeps you safe and allows you to experience Divine Protection in even greater ways. Your feelings are gifts from God. Instead of judging your feelings as right or wrong, honor and appreciate them.
Jesus, the Wayshower, reflected the heart of God. He had a big heart and accepted all people (Matthew 9:35-38). He was open to what people were feeling; therefore, his teaching, preaching, and healing ministries were effective. He knew that his heart was God’s physical heart on the earth and that Spirit worked through his feelings to help humanity.
When your soul is in alignment with your spirit, your heart becomes the heart of God. It is important that when you feel something that you deal with what you feel. Address your feelings so that you are empowered to heal your past and assist others in their healing process. Your awareness of what you are feeling in the present moment is a manifestation of genuineness and causes people to feel and experience your authenticity.