“Come now, let’s
settle this,” says the Lord. “Though your
sins are like scarlet, I will make them as white as snow. Though they are red like crimson, I will make
them as white as wool.
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talk laundry. Can you clean a blood
soaked cloth so well it becomes pure white?
Not a nice shade of gray but as white as fresh snow? Oxyclean or bleach might do a pretty good
job, but imagine living in Biblical times and getting anything as white as snow.
Impossible? Don’t you know God
loves the impossible?
is the comparison God uses to describe His forgiveness. He turns blood red to bright white. Gone.
Removed. No lurking stains. No hint of them remaining. Purer than humanly possible.
we acknowledge our sin, He erases it.
Even sin we’re unaware of, He forgives.
We are human. No matter how kind
and loving we try to be, we ultimately fall short. We’re incapable of perfection. When we humble ourselves and simply realize
our sinful tendencies, He is gracious and completely wipes them away. He restores our relationship with Him. He makes us right (that’s what righteous
means – in right relationship).
you believe that? I mean truly know it
in your core? Can you lay down the
guilt, leave it behind and claim your right, pure, clean relationship with God?
Spend a few minutes to plant a quick Seed. Or stay longer and plant a whole garden.
Each post is a brief scriptural thought that will grow as you let it take root in your thoughts. If you have time, dig into one area of interest and plant a whole garden.