The Bible tells us, “Above all else, guard your heart, for it is the wellspring of life” (Proverbs 4:23). We desperately need that reminder when we’re wrongfully blamed and under attack. Let’s face it. Unless we guard our own heart, we will soon be down in the gutter with our opponents. We’ll be tempted to attack them as they have attacked us, to vilify them, to smear their reputation and in general do whatever we have to do to get even with them. It’s frightening how quickly we can fall into the attack mode when we get angry at heart. But there’s hope in God. If you want to turn your heart around, pray this prayer: Dear Loving God, thank you for another day of life. Today, I seek a change of heart. I was wrongfully blamed for something and it weighs heavily on my heart. Today, I seek a change of heart. I suffer from my hardness. Please change me Lord. I know that only You can do this. Amen.