The Bible speaks a lot about our "heart". What exactly is it, and where is it? Personally, this topic has not only been an interesting one, but also an enlightening one. Jerry Bridges, in his book, "The Pursuit of Holiness" states on pages 60 & 61, "The heart in Scripture is used is various ways. Sometimes it means our reason or understanding, sometimes our affections and emotions, and sometimes our will. Generally it denotes the whole soul of man and all its faculties, not individually, but as they all work together in doing good or evil." "The mind as it reasons, discerns, and judges, the emotions as they like or dislike; the conscience as it determines and warns; and the will as it chooses or refuses - are all together called the heart." Not long ago, I did a study on the Scriptural heart, here are some of what I discovered. I hope by this little study, we all can come to value what our all seeing God views when He evaluates our hearts.