A Teachable Heart

Psalm 51: 1-13 – A Teachable Heart 💖

🎍We can grow only if we are wiling to learn.
🎍Let’s see what God’s Word has to say about having ‘A Teachable Heart.’

🎍A teachable person is…

🙇‍♀️HUMBLE – Psalm 25:9
🙇‍♂️WISE – Proverbs 9:9
🙇‍♀️RIGHTEOUS – Proverbs 9:9 –

❓As children of God, who teaches us?

1️⃣ The Word of God – 2 Timothy 3:16
2️⃣ The Holy Spirit – 1 Corinthians 2:13-14
3️⃣ People of God – Philippians 3:17,
4️⃣ Experiences (our own and others as well) – Romans 5:3-5

🤴King David sinned when he took Uriah’s wife Bathsheba to be his own and plotted to have Uriah killed in battle.
👤When the prophet Nathan confronted David in 2 Samuel 12, here are the penitent words of David in 2 Samuel 12:13.
🤴David said to Nathan, “I have sinned against the LORD.”
🤴David was the** King of Israel, but here was a man who had a teachable heart.
🤴Psalm 51 is the most beautiful Psalm of repentance.
🤴 David acknowledged that his sin was against God alone.
🤴He begged God to restore to him the joy of his salvation.
🤴Psalm 51:13, “Then I will teach transgressors Your ways, And sinners shall be converted to You.”
🤴David realized that when He allowed God to work in His life, He would be a channel to teach others to walk in the ways of God.
🤴No wonder, then, God Himself gives the glorious testimony of David – that he was a man after God’s own heart.


🤴Oftentimes we fall into temptation and sin like David.


When we
📍Learn from our mistakes
😇We will become those vessels, whom God can use, to teach and help others, who are struggling, in those same areas, as we did.

💖A teachable heart means, to be open-minded and willing to change our beliefs, to come in alignment with God’s word.
💖Staying within the will of God is the safest place for us, as God’s children.


Princess Hudson

Wealth Ps 49:16-17
Do not be overawed when a man grows rich. When the splendor of his house increases for he takes nothing with him when he dies…

Psalmist emphasizes folly of depending on material goods.wealth cannot buy the previous gift of life. Which comes from God alone. Riches of the world will mean nothing after death. The great temptation for us today is to chase more and more _ houses, cars, lands, …we forget that none of that lasts.we should not give attention to pursuits that leave little time or energy for God.

Jesus tells us to guard our hearts. from envy,coveteousness.we should place our highest value on imperishable riches so that when we leave our stuff behind, we will live forever with Jesus.

Cynthia Sathiaraj