Anyone Can Know a Horse

JOHN 2:24–25--"But Jesus did not commit Himself to them, because He knew all men, and had no need that anyone should testify of man, for He knew what was in man."

“I know that horse, and I wouldn’t advise you to ride him,” says the wrangler at the dude ranch. The urban cowboy had better listen. The wrangler is saying he’s handled and ridden the horse and knows its character and tendencies. But anyone can know a horse. The real challenge is understanding a complex human heart.

Jesus knew what was in people. He didn’t need any help understanding them. Jesus zeroed in on the heart, which explains some of His strange behavior, like forgiving a prostitute.

He still knows what’s in each man or woman, and His responses are still based on whatHe sees in our hearts.

Spiritual Heart Focus

When no one else understands you and your deepest heartfelt feelings, Jesus does.

Physical Heart Focus

A reasonable goal for weight loss is to burn 1,000 calories a day more than you take in.