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Who Are You Wearing? - All Our Daily Bread Daily Devotionals for 2022

Who Are You Wearing? details logo Our Daily Bread - Saturday, December 19, 2020
by RBC Ministries
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Who Are You Wearing?

Bible in a Year: Jonah 1–4, Revelation 10

I have taken away your sin, and I will put fine garments on you.
Zechariah 3:4

Today's Scripture & Insight: Zechariah 3:1–7,10

The Argentine women’s basketball team came to their tournament game wearing the wrong uniforms. Their navy blue jerseys were too similar to Colombia’s dark blue jerseys, and as the visiting team they should have worn white. With no time to find replacement uniforms and change, they had to forfeit the game. In the future, Argentina will surely double-check what they’re wearing.

In the time of the prophet Zechariah, God showed him a vision in which the high priest Joshua came before God wearing smelly, filthy clothes. Satan sneered and pointed. He’s disqualified! Game over! But there was time to change. God rebuked Satan and told His angel to remove Joshua’s grubby garments. He turned to Joshua, “See, I have taken away your sin, and I will put fine garments on you” (Zechariah 3:4).

We came into this world wearing the stench of Adam’s sin, which we layer over with sin of our own. If we stay in our filthy clothes, we’ll lose the game of life. If we become disgusted with our sin and turn to Jesus, He’ll dress us from head to toe with Himself and His righteousness. It’s time to check, Who are we wearing?

The final stanza of the hymn “The Solid Rock” explains how we win. “When He shall come with trumpet sound, / Oh, may I then in Him be found; / Dressed in His righteousness alone, / Faultless to stand before the throne.”

By: Mike Wittmer

Reflect & Pray
Who are you wearing? Are you trusting in your own goodness or Jesus? Which do you want God and others to notice?


Jesus, thank You for providing the way for my sin to be removed and for Your righteousness to cover me.


Who Are You Wearing?





 

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