march, 2024

10mar11:00 am1:00 pmVirtual EventLiberty Sunday Service - A Special Mother's Day CelebrationLet It Snow - Bishop Robin E Franklin11:00 am - 1:00 pm Liberty Church, 1A Norbury Crescent, Norbury, London, SW16 4JS

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Dealing with Dirty Laundry

Soak me in your laundry and I’ll come out clean, scrub me and I’ll have a snow white life. (Psa. 51:7, Message)

Today, I would like to refer you to the above text, taken from the Message Bible, where the Psalmist David, in one of his darkest moments, when he faltered terribly in his personal integrity, silenced his ‘black book,’ holders and haters by asking the Lord to take care of his dirty laundry.

We are all familiar with the popular term, ‘dirty laundry.’ A term used to describe some private information that can cause shame or embarrassment when it is made public.  Everyone small or great, whether you are a politician, poet, priest, or policeman has dirty laundry hidden somewhere or the other, that they would hate to come out into the open.

There are people that gloat upon this information and even use it through blackmail and fear to keep a hold upon you or hinder your forward progress. They know about your past, the things you did and said, the company that you kept or the event that you went to and keep this information in a proverbial black book, like the parliamentary whips do, to keep our local representatives in check!

He then makes reference, after his laundry being soaked, to him coming out of the process, as acquiring ‘a snow white life.’

There are many interesting scientific facts about snow.

For example, did you know that part of the formation of snow involves dirt?

A snowflake begins to fall when extremely cold water droplets freeze and then attach themselves to dust or pollen particles in the sky. As it descends from the air it gathers more and more dirt and dust until it softly lands upon the ground. Snow is a major contributor to cleansing our atmosphere from pollution by removing the dirt.

Do you have any dirty laundry today, that is just sitting there, lingering and piling up? With the feelings of guilt and shame clogging up the mind each day?  Well just like the initial formation of the snowflake that I mentioned earlier, as the water freezes and attaches itself to the dirt, may the forgiveness of God attach itself, cover and then cancel our sin through the blood of the risen Christ and then render the case, memory or shame settled for ever.

If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. (! John 1:9)

If you would like to experience forgiveness from the guilt of past mistakes and toxic people holding on to the dirt that they have on you, confess it and ask the Lord for forgiveness, or if you need further help, then why not come and join us at the above Mother’s Day gathering next month for prayer and breakthrough.

Many Blessings


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