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W is for Wash

W is indeed for Wash

I'm not really sure why but I've always liked imagining the picture of soap and water running down and washing the dirt away. The dirt then is no where to be seen, and you are left with a nice, shinny new clean surface. 

I always liked comparing it to that of God. We are covered in dirt. We are all dirty. Dirt being sin, selfishness and evilness. But then God comes a long a cleans all this dirt. He adds some water and soap and makes the dirt disappear. 

God will wipe away all our sin, without leaving a spot of dirt. He will wipe it in and instance and forget them even quicker. He will wipe us clean... Cleaner than your soul has ever been. But God can't just do it. He needs you to realize the sins you have committed. He needs you to see the bad you have done and how you can fix it. 

I heard this quote the other day... and I didn't think much at first, but has the day went by, I thought much about it and there I was, thinking about it for the rest of the day... here is the quote:

God Loves You More in a moment
Than a person will in a life time.

God Loves us so much that he wipes away our sin without a thought, without a second going by. He is the water and soap, that takes the dirt away. He is the one that forgets that the dirt was there and only looks at the shinny, new, clean, and  wonderful surface. 

That surface is You



  1. Thank you, I love that soap and water.

  2. But the real miracle is that it isn't a cleaning agent that makes us white as snow, but a staining agent: the blood of Jesus Christ.

  3. Don't forget, though, that Jesus doesn't want a clean surface. He wants a clean interior.

    "Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye make clean the outside of the cup and of the platter, but within they are full of extortion and excess.
    Thou blind Pharisee, cleanse first that which is within the cup and platter, that the outside of them may be clean also."
    Matthew 23:25-26


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