Heart – Part 1

The dictionary defines a heart anatomically as a hollow, pump-like organ of blood circulation, composed mainly of a rhythmically contracting smooth muscle, located in the chest between the lungs and slightly to the left and consisting of four chambers: a right atrium that receives blood returning from the body via the superior and inferior vena cava, a right ventricle that pumps the blood through the pulmonary artery to the lungs for oxygenation, a left atrium that receives the oxygenated blood via the pulmonary veins and passes it through the mitral valve, and a left ventricle that pumps the oxygenated blood, via the aorta, throughout the body.


Heart – Part 2

We learned in the first part of this article that the Hebrew word Heart is pictured as the Voice of Authority inside the Tent. We discover that the Scriptures use a picture of a tent as a metaphor to describe the Human Body. We learned that the Picture meaning of the Hebrew word Lamed Beyt, the word we translate into English as Heart, is The Voice of Authority inside the Human Body. We also know from Scripture that man’s Heart is not only corrupt it is mortally wounded and cannot be mended or healed by any effort of mankind. So here is the big question: If man’s Heart is mortally ill, and we know it is, how is it healed from its deadly wound? The answer is found in the numeric meaning of the Hebrew word we translate into English as Heart.


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