In this passage of scripture Solomon is being told of the ability of God to know the heart of a man. God knew his intentions, his attitudes, and desires. We know that Jesus also had the ability to know what was in the minds and hearts of those who were around Him, interacting with Him. He knew the hearts of the Gentiles who believed and that is why they were given the Holy Spirit. It is the same with us today, He knows our hearts.
Tuesday-Spiritual Cleansing-John 15:3; 1 Corinthians 6:11
In these two passages of scripture we see how by the Word, the Truth, Jesus brought about the spiritual cleansing that was needed by the disciples and followers of Jesus. Later, Paul shares with the church in Corinth that they have been cleansed by the workings of the Lord in their lives through salvation's work against sins committed, sanctifies by the Spirit bringing Christ-likeness into our hearts; justification by the power of Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit recreating our hearts and lives by the removal of our old selves and the putting on of the new.
Wednesday - Saving Grace - Romans 3:24
Peter's argument in the Acts passage from Sunday was that the redemptive work of Christ, of dying on the cross, brought about the salvation by faith in the lives of both the Gentiles that believed and the Jews who were a part of the Church by faith as well. Peter shared that he had been brought to that knowledge through a vision granted to him by the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ and that the witness of the giving of the Holy Spirit was enough for him to believe.
Thursday - Ceremonialism - Galatians 4:9
Paul here is sharing with the Galatians that they have been freed from the traditions of those who do not really believe but want to dictate how a person comes into the fellowship of the church. These were the Judaizers who wanted all believers to become Jews first and then Christian believers. It was the ceremonies and keeping of their traditions that was most important to them.
Friday - Salvation - Romans 5:9
Here Paul shares that we have been saved through being made just by the shedding of Jesus' blood and in turn we are saved through that work of bringing new life to all, a life apart from the wrath of God because of Christ loving work of reconciliation.
Saturday - Only Savior - Acts 4:12
When earlier confronted by the Sanhedrin, Peter shares that salvation, the forgiveness of sins, can be found nowhere else but in the name of Jesus. Thinking of the very teachings of Jesus, Peter shares that God loved the world so much that God gave His One and Only Son, Jesus Christ, to bring about the forgiveness and the gift of everlasting life. Peter makes sure that they knew there is no other name under heaven, in existence by which we are to be saved.