Rinse Yourself Out


Rinse yourself out. Start with your heart inside out. Flush yourself with some of His Word and all of your prayer.

Prepare for good work and start with the heart

The two Styrofoam cups look just alike.  Same size.  Same color.  Except on the inside, one is dirty––stained with darkness.  The other is clean, no stains.

When you got up this morning, did you put on clean clothes?  Brush your hair?  Look in the mirror to be sure you looked OK?  Probably yes––all of the above.

Now how about inside?  Are you as clean and neat on the inside as you are on the outside?  Probably not?  If not, then before you leave the house next time, think about this ...

Now in a large house there are not only gold and silver vessels,
but also vessels of wood and of earthenware,
and some to honor and some to dishonor.
Therefore, if a man cleanses himself from these things,
he will be a vessel for honor,
useful to the Master,
prepared for every good work. 2 Timothy 2:20-21

Rinse yourself out.  Start with your heart.  Inside out.  Flush yourself with some of His Word and all of your prayer.  Be sanctified, useful, prepared for every good work.




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