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A Wide, Sweeping Grace - All Our Daily Bread Daily Devotionals for 2021

A Wide, Sweeping Grace details logo Our Daily Bread - Wednesday, July 22, 2020
by RBC Ministries
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A Wide, Sweeping Grace

Bible in a Year: Psalms 31–3, Acts 23:16–35

I have swept away your offenses.
Isaiah 44:22

Today's Scripture & Insight: Isaiah 44:21–23

Alexa, Amazon’s voice-controlled device, has an interesting feature: it can erase everything you say. Whatever you’ve asked Alexa to do, whatever information you’ve asked Alexa to retrieve, one simple sentence (“Delete everything I said today”) sweeps it all clean, as if it never happened. It’s too bad that the rest of our life doesn’t have this capability. Every misspoken word, every disgraceful act, every moment we wish we could erase—we’d just speak the command, and the entire mess would disappear.

There’s good news, though. God does offer each of us a clean start. Only, He goes far deeper than merely deleting our mistakes or bad behavior. God provides redemption, a deep healing that transforms us and makes us new. “Return to me,” He says, “I have redeemed you” (Isaiah 44:22). Even though Israel rebelled and disobeyed, God reached out to them with lavish mercy. He “swept away [their] offenses like a cloud, [their] sins like the morning mist” (v. 22). He gathered all their shame and failures and washed them away with His wide, sweeping grace.

God will do the same with our sin and blunders. There’s no mistake He can’t mend, no wound He can’t heal. God’s mercy heals and redeems the most painful places in our soul—even the ones we’ve hidden for so very long. His mercy sweeps away all our guilt, washes away every regret.

By: Winn Collier

Reflect & Pray
Where are you most aware of your failures? How does the image of God sweeping away all your mistakes give you hope?


So many regrets, so many things I’d do differently. God, You tell me that You can forgive and heal me. Thank You for Your mercy and grace.





 

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