“Come now, let us reason together,” says the Lord. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shalll be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.”
This morning during my early morning devotion, I turned into my bible, anticipating turning to somewhere in Matthew but the Holy Spirit turned me to Isaiah. In my bible, Woman’s Devotional Bible 2, there are devotionals throughout, in which I throughly enjoy.
Today the title was Transformation. All I can say is “WOW!!!!” To make the story short without it’s effect, there were several men fishing and afterwards came into their Inn for a hot cup of tea. As one of the men was retelling and acting out how this huge fish got away, the dear waitress was behind him and the tea platter went crash. There were dark brown tea stains covering the wall. Of course, he apologized profusely. Another man seated nearby, known as Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, said “Never mind.” He took a crayon from his pocket and made an animal drawing out of the big, ugly, brown tea stain. Now if a painter can draw something from an ugly tea stain, what can God do with my sins and mistakes if I but give them to him?