A while back, I wrote about my Top 5 Promises of God. It regularly shows up in my stats as a page people find while searching the internet for stuff. I’m going to be preaching this weekend and again on October 24/25, so I’ve decided to revisit the promises in more depth.
A few weeks back, I hosted an Internet safety course for parents. One of the reasons we have be serious about what our kids do with technology and the Internet is that your history never goes away once its online somewhere. Try as you might, you simply can’t stamp it out.
Darcy sent me a link recently about girls taking nude photos of themselves and forwarding them to their boyfriends. What happens when those pictures make it on the Internet and everyone at their school starts talking about them? What are the long-term damages, nevermind the short-term ones?
Thankfully, our history with God is different.
Isaiah 1:18 “Come now, let us reason together,” says the LORD. “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.
No matter how stained we are, how rotten we feel, how bad we’ve screwed up, there is forgiveness in God. For free. Where do you need God’s forgiveness today?
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