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God’s Big Eraser

You might have heard this before God has a big eraser. Why does He have a big eraser? Thanks for asking!

God's Big Eraser

God’s Big Eraser

To know why He has a big eraser we must get to some basic ground work.

God loves us! Do you know how much? He loved us so much that He sent His one and only, meaning the only Son He has. He sent Jesus to die for us. Jesus died on the cross for our sin. Jesus bore the sin of the world. Yes, that is my sin, your sin, past sin, present sin … EVERYONES SIN!

Okay, let’s say we are using a whiteboard. We are gonna use a form of an analogy here. We have filled that whiteboard with a lot of writing, drawings, doodles, etc. All this stuff on there can represent things we done wrong according to God’s will. Lying, Stealing, Adultery, Murder, Saying God’s Name in Vain, and so on. The whiteboard is no longer clean. We can say the whiteboard is ourself. The stuff written on the whiteboard is our sin. Sin that God can see.

God will use that big eraser when we accept Jesus as our personal savior. After we accept Jesus as our personal savior, he will take his mighty big eraser and white all the sin off slate clean. The whiteboard will be as white as snow again. When God see us now, He will see the precious blood of Jesus on us and not our sin. This big eraser is how God gives us forgiveness. Did you know God cast those sins in the sea of forgetfulness, as far as the East is to the West, to be remembered no more.

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God’s big eraser is big enough to wipe clean every sin. There is no sin that cannot be wiped away. The only unforgivable sin is rejection of Jesus Christ. Denying Him. His big eraser can erase all those blots. He can erase those permanent markers off the whiteboard. He can erase it off any surface too, chalkboard, paper, wood, metal, whatever the surface maybe or the writing utensil.

If you want this, you must accept Jesus as your personal savior. Just because Jesus died for us doesn’t mean that we continue to sin. We will want to strive to sin less.

Scriptures of reference 

Check out this blog post below, I talk about Forgiveness. I talk more about our Sins being cast into the Sea of Forgetfulness (As Far as the East is to the West). Plus, I share more post on forgiveness. Forgiveness is key!

You may want to check out this blog post too. I talk about how people believe that just because Jesus died for them, they can live the way they want. So I talk about if we have or don’t have …

You may want to look at this blog post below. There are two places we can go. Heaven or Hell. Those choices are based on if we accept Jesus or Reject Jesus. Read more about

God has a big eraser. A Big eraser to wipe that whiteboard clean of the sin. We must come to Him for the cleaning of our whiteboard and turn from our ways.

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Steve Patterson

I am saved through the blood of Jesus Christ. I blog for God here at CourageousChristianFather.com. I serve as a youth leader, van driver and usher at my church. I also serve where ever else may be needed. I am working on a bachelor's degree in Theology. I also like to go out and hand out Gospel of John's and Gospel Tracts. I am a single father with custody of my almost adult child. I am a graphic designer too. Once an Eagle, Always an Eagle. I attained the rank of Eagle in the Boy Scouts of America in 1994.

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