This message highlights the importance of what’s within a person, emphasizing that the internal state is more crucial than external appearances. It draws from Luke 17:21, where it’s suggested that the Kingdom of God is within individuals. The message is that both positive and negative influences can shape a person’s character and actions. The Enemy and God are seen as competing forces seeking to impact one’s inner being. The analogy of “garbage in, garbage out” implies that what a person consumes mentally and emotionally affects their thoughts and actions. The notion of guarding one’s heart, as mentioned in Proverbs 4:23, emphasizes the need to protect one’s inner self because it influences their entire life.
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