Yes, “If you openly declare that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Romans 10:9 NLT). The heart is the blood-siphon of the body. Allegorically, the usage is similar to when we talk about kind gestures and emotions. Since it is the focal organ of the body and one of the most imperative, the Bible talks about it as the wellspring of life. Consequently, it is utilised interchangeably with “life.” When the Bible says, “Son, give me thine heart,” it doesn’t imply that we are to remove our genuine hearts and offer them to God. It means that we are to give Him our all with our everything. At the point when we come to Christ, we are not exclusively to provide informed consent with our brains; we are to “believe in our hearts.” We can have faith in Jesus Christ; however, if we have “saving faith” our conviction must include our entire being. At the point when we accept with our whole being, the will, the feelings, and the understanding are given up to Christ. That’s it!!!