White As Snow


What guilt is plaguing you? Pray to God to be able to release it and to trust in the blood of Jesus, which has washed you white as snow.

For the accuser of our brothers and sisters, who accuses them before our God day and night, has been hurled down.”  Revelation 12:10, TNIV

One thing I really struggle with is guilt, and I see this often in other women as well. It seems sometimes that I’m prey to guilt more than I should be. I rehash things I should have done. I feel like a failure. The guilt comes back every hour to haunt me, to make my stomach feel like it’s full of lead.

I know we’re all human, we’re all imperfect. And yet I find myself striving to do absolutely everything right. When I fail, or when I fail someone I care about, it eats away at me. I don’t think about how I can learn from my mistakes; instead, I revisit what I did wrong, over and over again.

Sound familiar?

I’m starting to realize that when guilt keeps returning to me, it’s like a voice accusing me inside my head over and over. And Satan is the Accuser. Revelations 12:10 reminds us that Jesus, the Lamb of God, has triumphed over Satan, our enemy and accuser.

It doesn’t mean Satan doesn’t take potshots at us. But if I remember Jesus’ victory and love, the guilt and accusations melt away. I am covered by Jesus’ blood—it forgives and transforms me.

FAITH STEP: What guilt is plaguing you? Pray to God to be able to release it, to trust in Jesus’ blood that has washed you white as snow.

Contributed by Camy Tang


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