A refreshing, cleansing shower

We have all heard our referred to as dirty or scarlet, but in Hebrews 10 it says Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross allows us to approach God with clean hearts. And in the first chapter of Isaiah, God pleads with his people, He tells them to change their ways, turn away from evil, and do good; if they will be obedient and turn back to him, “Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall be as white as snow.” That was all a preface to say that we all feel dirty sometimes because of something that we’ve done, today or something in our past. Whether you’ve been a Christian for a day, a year or twenty five years like I have, I hope you will read this post and try it. It may help you get rid of some sin and bring forgiveness.

I don’t know about all of you but at the end of the day, the first sentence of my prayer at bedtime is to ask for forgiveness for whatever sins I’ve comitted that day, those that I remember and those that I don’t. It’s a wonderful, peaceful end to the day, and along with praising Him for His blessings, makes my connection to God a good end to the day. But there was one day last week that helped to cleanse me from sin that I wanted to share with you. I’ve posted in earlier blogs that we are moving soon so my husband and I have been working hard to get rid of twenty years of things that have piled up during our marriage with kids, giving some to Goodwill and moving some to the new place. (And neither me nor my husband are organized people so it’s a bigger mess than we realized.) It’s almost done though and are moving within 30-60 days. So I was taking a shower at the end of day to wash the dirt off not realizing it would be another kind of cleansing shower. I stood under the water before I got out and just imagined all of the sin of today and of my past flowing down the drain. Some of it was little chunks of white lies I don’t even remember telling, a few scraps of loud yelling-at-the-kids, some cursing i’ve done after stubbing a toe or an angry rant. And the biggest one lately was being rude to my husband. You should try it sometime. Use your imagination and make some visual manifestations of those sins that keep coming up. Then watch them flow off your body and down the drain, never to return again, just like your sins when they are forgiven by God.

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As far as the East is from the West

Week 4 of the “You are God’s Masterpiece!” Bible study is here! If you missed week 1 Greatest Love of All, week 2 You are God’s Masterpiece or week 3 Using the Love verses on yourself click on their titles on the right.

Here is the quote from Chapter 3:

We doubt God loves us because we have sinned and don’t think God will forgive us. But every human has sinned. Since the Adam and Eve ate the apple from the forbidden tree, there has been sin on earth. The Jews in the Old Testament had to sacrifice their animals for their sins to be forgiven. But praise God all we have to do is ask and our sins will be cast as far as the East is from the West. No matter how far we go, East will never meet West. All we have to do is confess and He will forgive us. “But if we confess our sins to Him, He is faithful and just to forgive us.” (1 John 1:9)”

Chapter 3 is called, “Why do we doubt?” I believe many people who are not Christians use past mistakes as an excuse not to believe in God or not to go to church. They say they are too ‘bad’ or flawed for God to accept them. Frankly, one of the best things God does is to wipe our slate clean and forgive us for all the bad stuff we do. Right? Psalm 103:12 says, “He has removed our sins from us as far as the east is from the west.” As far as I know, the east never touches the west. So we can be assured that our sins are forgiven and forgotten by God. (The picture above was taken by me looking west off the Oregon Coast and I know that you cannot see the West Coast from there. So it is safe to say that my sins have been forgotten.)

Read Psalm 51. It was written by David after Nathan comes to him and tells him that God knows what he did with Bathsheba. In verses 2 and 9, he asks God to remove his guilt also. So we are not the only ones who feel guilt when we sin. But God can not only forgive our sins but take away our guilt. YOU DO NOT NEED TO FEEL GUILTY ANY LONGER. YOU ONLY NEED TO ASK AND GOD WILL TAKE IT AWAY!

Another question I ask in the book is: “Do you think God is not big enough to forgive all sin?” GOD CAN FORGIVE ANY PERSON FOR ANY SIN. And He will do it. You only have to ask in FAITH. As it says in Psalm 51, He will wash you clean of all sin and guilt. This is one of God’s gifts to you. It’s rude to hand it back. So don’t try to bring the sin up again and think about it and role it around in your brain over and over. God has forgotten it and so should you. This is one of those times when you have to change your thinking and block thoughts of those sins out of your mind. (Phil. 4:8) Think on the wonderful things that God has done for you and not the negative things you have done.

If you want to go deeper into this Bible study, I have free Love Yourself worksheets. 

You can get my book “You are God’s Masterpiece!” on Amazon for your Kindle or other devices with the Kindle app. it is also available on iPad, Kobo, Nook and other internet sites.

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Using the Love verses on yourself

From Chapter 2 of “You are God’s Masterpiece!”

LOVE IS KIND. It’s okay to be kind to yourself. But it’s also okay to paint your toenails if that’s your favorite thing to do on a lazy Sunday. Take a hot bath at the end of the day if that relaxes you. Or take the kids to the neighbor’s for ten minutes and take a walk around the block.” You are not only being kind to yourself but your husband and children if you have a short “kindness… Click To Tweet
LOVE IS NOT EASILY ANGERED. So instead of bashing and insulting yourself when you get angry over something you’ve done, think of things God would say about you. “I am fearfully and wonderfully made. He loves me just the way I am. He wants me to be the best I can be.” We wouldn’t talk so harshly to our family or our neighbors so why are you talking like that to yourself? Again, change those tapes to the positive ones. When you are angry, stop and pray and ask God to help you change your attitude and give you something positive to say about yourself.

LOVE KEEPS NO RECORD OF WRONGS. Just like God doesn’t keep a record of your sin, you should not keep a list of wrongs you have done. DO NOT keep reminding yourself of your sins. Just like God has forgiven you, you have to forgive yourself. Click To TweetIn chapter four of my book I talk more about sin and forgiveness.

LOVE IS HOPEFUL. What are you hoping for? Are you hoping for a spouse? A child? A second or third child? A word from God about where and how to serve Him? A new job? A new house? None of these things are selfish. They are a part of life and God cares about each and every hope and dream. But please be reasonable. Don’t pray for a mansion when you can only afford a cottage. Don’t pray for a Mercedes when you can only afford a Chevy. God has a plan and it isn’t always what you want. But it’s the best thing for you.” If you have read about me, you know that I have five children. I reveal much more about what our family has gone through in my book. The last one graduated high school this last weekend and will leave for Marine Corps boot camp on Monday. So right now I am just hopeful he will be safe for the next four years. AMEN?!

LOVE PERSEVERES AND ENDURES THROUGH ANY CIRCUMSTANCE. Remember the Footprints poem? There was only one set of footprints in the sand when the writer was going through the hardest times and Jesus said, “It was during those times that I carried you.” We may not “feel” like anyone is helping us. We feel alone and wandering in the wilderness but GOD IS WITH YOU. He is Emmanuel. He is Faithful and loves you without question no matter what you have done. All you have to do is ask His forgiveness and presence in your circumstance.

If you want to go deeper into this Bible study, I have free Love Yourself worksheets.

You can get my book “You are God’s Masterpiece!” on Amazon for your Kindle or other devices with the Kindle app. it is also available on iPad, Kobo, Nook and other internet sites.

I welcome all comments and follows on social media…

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Monday – Inspire me Monday,

Tuesday – Cheerleaders of Faith, Tea and Word Linkup

Wednesday – A Wise Woman Builds her Home, Christian Blogger Community, Coffee & Conversation, Coffee for your Heart, Messes to Messages, Recharge Wednesday, Sitting Among Friends, Word Filled Wednesday

Thursday – Chasing Community, Heart Encouragement, Salt and Light, Tune in Thursday,

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  • provide ready made templates and printables you can choose from
  • show you exactly how to do each method with the daily videos 
  • revolutionize your time in God’s word and discover fresh intimacy with God in the process.
  • equip you to nourish yourself with the Scriptures
  • teach you how to develop your spiritual senses
  • help you establish a Bible study habit!

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3 Ways to Get closer to God

Arched doorways opening into infinity

I got a journaling Bible recently, one that has pictures in the margins or blank margins you can make your own doodles and notes in. I was glancing through it and saw the first page of Micah. In it’s margin is that book’s most famous scripture Micah 6:8 “The Lord has told you what is good, and this is what He requires of you: to do what is right, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God.”

As followers of Jesus don’t we desire to do good? He places that desire in our hearts. When we see stories on TV of people who do good things, become missionaries and go to foreign countries to help those in need during global disasters, they are usually Christians. The media still uses the reference from the Bible of “the good Samaritan.” And charity is a word that is first used in connection with someone doing something kind for others in the Bible.

The second thing God requires of us is to love mercy. Mercy is something we don’t deserve. People in the Bible are always asking God for mercy. Mercy from pain, mercy from sickness, and sin. My kids say I am one of the nicest people they know. Some would say too nice. But again it’s that desire God put in us to do, like Jesus did. Mercy sometimes requires great effort because it may be toward an “enemy” of ours, someone that has done us wrong or been rude to us. It could be letting someone in front of us in the grocery line, or a car in traffic. The best example of mercy on this earth is when a parent or loved one of someone who has been murdered forgives the murderer. It is the one thing that I am sure I would have a hard time doing. But He wants us to do it BECAUSE it is hard. And because it is something He has done for us. God sacrificed His son Jesus for us to save us from our sins BUT WE DIDN’T DESERVE IT. HE DID IT BECAUSE HE LOVES US!

Lastly, God requires that we walk humbly with Him. In Gill’s commentary it describes being humble as: “acknowledging (we) can do nothing without him; owning (our) dependence on his grace, and ascribing all (we) have, and are, unto (Him.)” I have found with my children it is especially hard for them to do that. I’m not sure if it is just their generation or all young people but they are definitely independent. Praise God my oldest sons have found wonderful christian women who with prayer (from me and them) have helped lead them back to Christ. But I am still praying for my daughters. Unfortunately, our selfish and material world has a negative influence on them lately. But God is still in control and I am still praying for them. I’m sure it’s my age, wisdom and maturity that assures me it’s only God that gets me through this life. But it’s also the knowledge and experience of all the times God has been present when I needed Him.

Be assured my friends that God is with you and will never leave you! Keep your Bible close and prayer on your lips.

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A recent mistake

So everyone makes mistakes, right? I made one yesterday at work. I apologized and gave the customer a couple of options to fix it. But he wanted me to break one of our rules to satisfy him. Well, I just couldn’t do that and anything else I tried to do would not make it right for him. I tried to stay calm. But I have to admit that sometimes I get so frustrated I just sound defensive and a bit rude, which they accused me of. But they were arguing just as adamantly and rudely with me. They ended up leaving with nothing and threats of bad reviews. Afterwards, I asked God for forgiveness in whatever part I had in the fiasco. I know I tried as hard as I could to satisfy them to no avail. God says we should live at peace with everyone. I’m sure you know a time when you have replayed a situation over and over in your head, trying to see what you could have done differently. I’m not sure what I could have changed because the things I tried to do did not work. Now, when I think of it again I just pray for them because only God can satisfy and give them the peace they need. And every time I think about it I get frustrated and angry all over again, which is sinful. So I think giving it to God and prayer is the way to go!

A visual exercise I describe in my book “You are God’s Masterpiece!”  entails putting your troubles, sin, guilt or thoughts in .a box and placing it at the feet of Jesus. Here is a quote describing how to leave it there: “If the box (of problems) is in Heaven with Jesus, you cannot take it back! Click To Tweet You have given the problem to God and he will take care of it for you. He is in control of it…”

I leave you with Paul’s wish for the Philippians, and my wish for you: “May you always be filled with the fruit of your salvation, the right righteous character produced in your life by Jesus Christ, for this will bring much glory and praise to God.” Phil. 1:11

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#MovieReview “The Shack”

I saw the move “The Shack” last night. Wow, it was certainly an eye-opening tear jerker. And it was an awesome look at what a healthy relationship with God should look like. I cried laughed and sighed at what I saw on the screen. I learned two important things:

The first thing is we don’t know what another person goes through when they are in the last moments of their lives. They may be suffering at the hands of another person but still at peace because God is there with them. God may have taken away their pain miraculously or taken their minds to another place. And especially if they know they are going to Heaven after they die; they may not be suffering at all.

When my father was on his death bed, be prayed the “sinner’s prayer” with a chaplain at the veteran’s hospital. This chaplain was young and just graduated from the seminary, I think. The prayer was awkward and stilted. I’m not sure he had ever prayed or practiced it before. I might have been able to do a better job and I was just a baby christian myself. But he got the job done and my father was visibly relieved afterwards. I told him, ”Now, we can be together in Heaven, Dad.” And maybe one day he will tell me he’s sorry like the father of the main character. Because my dad wasn’t a good dad here on earth. I know there are hundred, millions of people even who turn to Christ at the very last second of their lives. But God is just pleased that they do because He wants everyone to come to salvation, even the criminals, as He says in the movie.

The second thing I learned in the movie is that God is our Judge and no one else. We have all sinned and fallen short of His glory, his target of perfection. So every time your hero, your favorite celebrity, your government officials and especially your friends and family members do something wrong, don’t condemn them and make them suffer for what they have done wrong. FORGIVE them and give them a chance to do it right the next time. For more about what God says on forgiveness and God’s love in the Bible read my new book:

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I leave you with Paul’s wish for the Philippians, and my wish for you: “May you always be filled with the fruit of your salvation, the right righteous character produced in your life by Jesus Christ, for this will bring much glory and praise to God.” Phil. 1:11

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  • provide ready made templates and printables you can choose from
  • show you exactly how to do each method with the daily videos 
  • revolutionize your time in God’s word and discover fresh intimacy with God in the process.
  • equip you to nourish yourself with the Scriptures
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You are God’s Masterpiece, part 2

This is an excerpt from my new book “You are God’s Masterpiece!” which will be released

on February 22, 2017.

Wouldn’t you love to feel the freedom that Jesus says we can have?

But many people doubt it’s possible.

We doubt God loves us because we have sinned and don’t think God will forgive us. But every human has sinned. Since the Adam and Eve ate the apple from the forbidden tree, there has been sin on earth. The Jews in the Old Testament had to sacrifice their animals for their sins to be forgiven. But praise God all we have to do is ask and our sins will be cast as far as the East is from the West. No matter how far we go, East will never meet West. All we have to do is confess and He will forgive. “But if we confess our sins to Him, He is faithful and just to forgive us.” (1 John 1:9) And it’s okay if we forget to mention a sin because God knows everything we have ever done and he knows your heart. He knows you are asking for forgiveness for all of your sins, even those you do not remember.

Psalm 51 is written by David after Nathan comes to him and tells him that God knows what he did with Bathsheba:

“Have mercy on me O God, because of your unfailing love. Because of your great compassion, blot out my stain of sins. Wash me clean from my guilt.”

Psalm 51 mentions God’s mercy, compassion and love as His reasons to forgive us. He also washes us clean from guilt. His judgment against us is just but He forgives because He loves us. David realizes what he has done is wrong. (For those not familiar with the story, David has an adulterous affair with Bathsheba and then makes plans to have her husband killed in battle.) He then asks God to forgive him, clean his heart and renew his spirit and his joy. Read the Psalm, think and pray on the parts of forgiveness that you struggle with.

Do you not believe that God is merciful?

Do you not believe that God can wash away your guilt?

If He is powerful enough to erase your sin, can’t He wipe the guilt away too? “For nothing is impossible with God!” (Luke 1:37)

As humans we sometimes have low self esteem because someone in our lives has hurt us emotionally, BUT GOD WILL NEVER DO THAT. It’s one thing you can count on in this life, GOD WILL NEVER HURT YOU. HE ONLY DOES WHAT’S BEST FOR YOU. “And we know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them. For God knew his people in advance and he chose them become like his Son…” Rom 8:28-29

My new book called “You are God’s MASTERPIECE!” will be released February 22nd on Amazon. Continue to scroll down the blog to read the first chapter of “You are God’s Masterpiece!”

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I leave you with Paul’s wish for the Philippians, and my wish for you: “May you always be filled with the fruit of your salvation- the righteous character produced in your life by Jesus Christ- for this will bring much glory and praise to God.” Phil. 1:11

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White as Snow

It’s snowing again in Washington. That is not unusual except that I don’t live in the mountains. I live at sea level and it is unusual for us. Driving down the road I was thinking how beautiful it is when snow is falling, when it covers everything like a blanket of beauty and quiet. But then cars drive over it and pollution and man made things make it dirty, like our sins and thoughts make us dirty. We are born as innocent babes but make choices that change us and our lives. But I praise God often that He is a forgiving God and all we have to do is ask and we are innocent and white as snow again.

You may think you are too late if you make a mistake. Do think you’ve done something that God can’t forgive? Are there some sins that are so bad He doesn’t love you anymore? If you’ve been to rehab more than 2 times and are still filled with temptation will He help you? If you  have been to prison is there still hope for you? The Bible says “nothing -NO THING – can separate us from God’s love.” So HAVE NO FEAR He will never leave you or stop loving you and His forgiveness will wash you WHITE AS… Click To Tweet

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God knows your name.

There is a song on the radio by Matthew West called “Hello, My Name is…” He talks about people who are hindered by regret and defeat. I’m going to add to it guilt, depression, self-doubt, self-recrimination and criticism or any number of things that keeps you from fully committing yourself and your life fully to God. One of the things I post most about, speak on and am writing a book about is loving yourself as God loves you. But as humans, again and again we insist upon making ourselves and others feel bad about themselves. In the Bible God says His love is, “never ending, everlasting, forgiving, and forgetful (of our sins.) He is rich in mercy, shows no partiality or prejudice. God has plans for good in our lives, and keeps all the promises He has made to us in the Bible, of which there are too many to name here. Matthew’s choruses sing that we are “a child of the one true King.” He tells us we are saved, changed and set free by God and His love. If only it were possible for us to love ourselves as God loved us we would have no problems, right? But that would mean we were perfect and we wouldn’t need God! But we are human and imperfect and we need God more and more each day as the world become more selfish and chaotic.

Here are a few things that you can do to keep your focus on God and not regret, defeat and guilt, etc.

  1. Praise and thankfulness. Remember to praise God for His goodness and blessings in your life, even praise and thank Him for answers to prayer He may not have given you yet. But you know He will, right?
  2. Ask for forgiveness but then ask Him to help you forget those sins like He has. He tosses your sins in to the Sea of Forgetfulness, never to return. And Jesus didn’t come to condemn us either. So you shouldn’t condemn yourself for your sins over and over again either.
  3. Remember that God is on your side. If your are loving Him and obeying His Word, He wants to give you good gifts. So keep putting one step in front of the other and He will bring you joy!

Steph is available to speak to your western Washington or Oregon church or women’s group for encouragement, email Steph at stephwrites68@gmail.com. Topics I speak about include “Lukewarm or Hot: How Will You Serve God Today?” “How to Love Yourself,” and “How to Parent without Blowing Your Top.”

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God is our Rock

“My victory and honor come from God alone. He is my refuge, a rock where no one can reach me. Oh my people, trust in Him at all times.” Ps. 62:6,7

God is the only one that we can fully trust. God is the only one who we can lean against that isn’t going to fall over. He is a rock that isn’t going to break or move. He is the shelter that isn’t going to leak or fail. He will bring us victory over all our battles against people, illness, and demons.

We have all had friends, or family members even, that have hurt us or betrayed us. I can think of one time I have done it, not even intentionally. I told a friend of a friend something that I had no right to tell. But was unaware she did not know about it until afterward. So I was puzzled when the second friend was not talking to me. I was in the process of moving and didn’t have time to talk to her about it. A few years later, the Lord reminded me of the situation and I realized what had happened. I tried to contact the friend but had lost her information. I asked God for forgiveness and of course, He granted it. But once in awhile I still think of the friend and regret what happened. I still hate what happened and God has to remind me that I am forgiven. But we are human and we do things that we regret and hopefully we learn from them.

No matter what we say or do to God, He won’t abandon us. There are times in our lives when He feels far away, like He’s not answering ours prayers or our words are hitting a glass ceiling. But His answer may be “not now” or “I have something else in mind.” But that’s not what we want to hear so we ignore it and keep praying the same thing. Sometimes the best way to get your answer to prayer is sit still and be quiet and praise God for what He is going to do and has done for you in the past. And be quiet for awhile. Just picture Him on His throne or on a cloud or however you see Him at rest. Then wait. I’ve heard Him with an audible voice and I’ve heard a whisper in my heart. Or I’ve heard nothing and He’s said something through a friend or pastor. But trust in Him and He will give you all you need. God bless you friends.

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