“Do I have a purple moustache?” I asked my husband. “Not that I can see,” was his reply.
I had used fresh blueberries in my morning smoothie and wondered if any evidence remained on my face. Although the outside of the berries are blue, the stain they make is always purple!
Before I left the house for the day I stopped for a quick look in the mirror. That’s when I saw the tell-tale purple stains I’d been concerned about. My husband didn’t intentionally trick me into going out with a purple moustache. He honestly didn’t notice. I realized this was another sign that he often sees the best in me and either doesn’t notice or overlooks my imperfections.
This is something I know Jesus does for me every day. I make many mistakes and he not only forgives them but also eliminates them so they are no longer seen or remembered. The bible tells me that he removes my sins as far is the east is from the west.
It is incredible to know I’m not judged by my appearance or misdeeds. Jesus looks past my faults. He knows my heart and sees what I can become. When I maintain a close relationship with him, I am seen through the eyes of his unfailing love.
As far as the east is from the west— that is how far he has removed our rebellious acts from himself. (Psalm 103:12 GWT)
O Lord, you are so good, so ready to forgive, so full of unfailing love for all who ask for your help.( Psalm 86:5 NLT)
2 thoughts on “Purple Moustache”
I really enjoyed this and needed to hear it as well. Many days I feel unworthy of God’s love and fail to remember how forgiving He is toward my sinful nature. Good reminder Tandy – thank you!
Than you. I’m happy to hear it was what you needed today. I appreciate you following my blog.
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