Be Made White

25 I, I am He who blots out your transgressions for my own sake, and I will not remember your sins. ~ Isaiah 43:25

We’re all ridden with sin. It often overcomes us and causes us to do the things we hate. Why? Because we’re flesh. The spirit may be willing, but the flesh is weak. This causes a great chasm between us and God because God is a perfect, holy God. He can’t allow sin to enter into His presence. So, what hope do we have? Jesus.

God prophesied through the prophet Micah that He would fulfill His promise to Abraham by pardoning the iniquities of His people (Micah 7:18-20). This would be fulfilled by Jesus’ death and resurrection. Our sin, though it’s red as scarlet, God will make it white like snow for anyone willing to accept the sacrifice of Jesus (Isaiah 1:18, John 3:16, and Hebrews 8:12). God may not overlook sin, but God does forgive the repentive heart. God not only forgives the sins of those who repent and then live for Him, but He blots out our sin from our books. Our ledger is covered in red because of our sin, but because of the blood of Jesus, our ledger is erased and made white as snow.

We’re filled with sin, but our God loves us so much He made a way for us to have forgiveness. God didn’t just leave us in sin; He came to us, became one of us, died, and then rose again. What a loving and merciful God we serve. He is a good good Father to us, His undeserving children.

Peace. Love. Go Forth and Be Made White.

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