“And behold, a woman of the city, who was a sinner, when she learned that he was reclining at table in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster flask of ointment.” Luke 7:37, ESV
They may know you to be a sinner. They may know you to be a liar and cheater. They may know you to be a backslider. But God says to you today, “As you pour your love on Me, I will honor you. I will remove your shame. I will clear up your name. As you pour your love on Me, I will honor you.”
Don’t worry about what others think. Jesus has forgiven all your sins. As you kneel before the King, He will wash and make you clean. As you pour your love on His feet, He will honor you. Not privately, but publicly for all around to see. He’ll show that He is for you. He’ll show that He is with you. He’ll show that He has given you a new name. The Spirit of the Lord says to you today, “As you pour your love on Me and as you bow before My feet, I will set you on high. They may know you as a sinner, but I know you as forgiven. I’ve washed away your sins. Now, go in peace.”
Prayer: Lord, forgive me and wash me clean. I kneel before your feet and I pour all my love on you. Remove all of my shame. Clear my name. I’m not worthy, but thank you that you will honor me still. Thank you for your mercy, for forgiving me and for pouring your love on me. I receive your love. Lift me up in your loving arms and seat me in high places with you. I love you Lord and I thank you. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
(Be blessed today as you read Luke 7:36-50 and Isaiah 62:4,12.)