Hearts on Fire

Today’s 4th Day Letter is my shortest ever. To convey my thoughts each week I write on average 1400 words. In today’s email I forsake my usual verbosity in favor of succinctness. Today the Bible verse that I wanted to elaborate on says it all with no explanation needed. So allow me to simply share this Bible verse and rather than me expounding on it, I am asking you to reflect on a few questions in prayer.

“Were not our hearts burning within us while he spoke to us on the way and opened the Scriptures to us?” Luke 24:32

  • Let me ask you, is your heart burning for God?
  • Is the news of Jesus Christ as Savior of the world so alive in your life that you cannot contain yourself from sharing this good news with everyone?
  • If not, why not?
  • What is it in your life that has become your spiritual fire extinguisher?
  • If your heart’s flame has gone out, what will it take to set your heart on fire again for our God?
  • What one specific thing can you do today to fan the flame?
  • Are you willing to DO IT?

It only takes a spark to get a fire going, and soon all those around can warm up in its glowing, Holy Spirit, be that spark in my life today that makes my heart burn for Jesus, amen!

Brian Pusateri

Brian Pusateri

Brian is a Christian author and speaker. Brian, a lifelong Catholic, felt his life was forever changed when God spoke to his heart while attending an eight day silent Christian retreat in November of 2011. Soon after that retreat Brian founded 4th Day Letters and Broken Door Ministries. With the God inspired message of mercy and unconditional love that was placed on his heart during that retreat, Brian has been impacting others all over the country and around the world with his weekly letters, his talks, and his all day Christian retreats. Brian’s life was again impacted in a very dramatic way when his eyesight suddenly became permanently impaired due to a diagnosis of Multiple Scleroses (MS) in June of 2014. This health challenge has only served to draw Brian closer to God and bolster the importance of this timely yet ageless message.
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