PROPHECIES OF HOPE MEETINGS BEGIN APRIL 11TH
Ancient Bible Prophecies bring hope to people who are seeking meaningful answers to a world in turmoil. The Prophecies of Hope meetings will last for two weeks, from April 11-25 at 7pm. The meeting nights are Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
We are planning a light meal an hour before each meeting to encourage visitor attendance and also will offer free child care for children 4-10 years of age.
We strongly urge you to invite your family, coworkers and friends to attend these important meetings. Pre-register at 888-930-1940 or at hopeinprophecy.org/westminster.
WHITE AS SNOW
I looked out my window this morning. The ground was covered with snow, glistening with the whiteness of God. As I focused on the snow I was impressed at the purity of it all. There was not a spot of impurity, not a bit of dirt, not a minute bit of foulness. I was in awe as I beheld the picture.
Then the words came to me, “Though your sins be as scarlet they will be as white as snow, though they be as crimson they will be as wool.” Isaiah 1:18
This scene shot into my mind and heart the thought that the righteousness that this verse is talking about is certainly not ours. For the scripture says, “All our righteousnesses are as filthy rags.” Isa 64:6. If even our good deeds are unacceptable before the Holy God then what about our evil deeds?
Are we without hope? Can we ever please this perfect God?
The answer falls down to us from heaven, from God’s throne in the beautiful picture of freshly fallen snow. It is not our righteousness that is acceptable before God. It is His own righteousness that He provides to us in the gift of His dear Son, Jesus.
It is Christ’s righteousness that is acceptable to God. When we accept Jesus as our Savior then God accounts all Christ’s righteous acts as though we did them. It is a strange trade: our dirtiness for Christ’s purity, our foulness for His spotlessness, our sinfulness for His perfection.
The snowfall brings a message of hope and peace to our sinful heart. Though our hearts are contaminated with sin, Christ offers us His spotless perfection so that we can stand innocent before God’s judgment throne and be accepted in His righteousness.
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