Curious George and the Treasures of our Hearts

“For our words will always express what has been treasured in our hearts.”

Luke 6:45 (Phillips translation)

Curious George has long been one of my son’s greatest treasures. Although this picture was taken on his 3rd birthday (almost three years ago- how does that happen?), Georgie is still as precious to him.

You don’t have to be around him long to know that. Conversation will wind around to include George. He has been a focus in my son’s heart for so long, that he naturally overflows into his spoken words.

Father, help me to notice my words, the overflow of my heart. Through them reveal my treasures that are not ‘true and noble and right and pure and lovely’.

May I rid myself of those. May I fill my room of treasures with all that is ‘admirable, excellent and praiseworthy’. And as I live into that room, may it spill into the words I speak and the words I type.

Oh, to be still in that room of treasures. With you.

To soak in that You are the treasure of greatest worth.


Linking this weekend with Still Saturday and  The Sunday Community. And this Monday with  Morning Moments and Playdates with God

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  1. Elizabeth says:

    Sweet, sweet boy, and what a good analogy about what is in our heart shows in our words!

  2. So sweet!

  3. sonyamacdesigns says:

    it is this simple to love the LORD … in thought and deed … Thank You & Amen

  4. Curious George stories were favorite with my middle child. The picture of your son is precious. I appreciate your example of speaking about the treasures of our heart.
    Thank-you for stopping by my blog. Have a blessed Sunday.

  5. Linda Stoll says:

    a sweet reflection of what you treasure most …

  6. Sandra Heska King says:

    What a perfect analogy. And a precious photo, too.

  7. Little children can teach us so much perhaps that is why Jesus said ‘let the children come to me.’

  8. This is the sweetest, purest prayer, Melanie. This week we celebrate both of my sons’ birthdays–both teens now. One of our traditions is to go through the baby book and watch the baby movies. It is such a precious gift to revisit their baby ways–to be reminded what childlike faith and trust truly looks like.

  9. It’s amazing how what comes out of our mouths say so much about us. A beautiful prayer.

    Blessings and love,

  10. says:

    So nice to “meet” you! Thanks for linking up!!!

  11. Dear Melanie
    Like always you words run deep. Thank you, and I hope that all our words and thoughts will always honor Him.
    Much love

  12. Does Samuel have a new George doll? I didn’t know it was replaced after the island fair last summer. My neice gave me a bunny that I carried with me for three weeks but I learned why I never kept a cherished doll growing up. I couldn’t keep track of this poor bunny at all. I never lost it I just left it places… It was a good lesson/experiment for me.

    Although thinking about it, my laptop now fits into the cherished doll category… I do carry it everywhere.

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