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You, Sin and Christ – Simple Illustration

You, Sin and Christ – A Simple Illustration – a great way to show how the blood of Jesus Christ can wash us clean.

You, Sin and Christ – Simple Illustration

If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves and the truth is not in us.

Jesus Christ was the atoning sacrifice for our sins.

God placed upon Him the Sin of us all.

So He can Justified the Sins of the Whole World

This video is a great illustration or analogy to show us how Jesus can wipe our slate clean. Sin has no bearing on us if we are Saved through Christ. He washes us white as snow. He takes the magic eraser you can say and whites the slate clean. Also our sins, after we are saved are cast as far as the East is to the West.

Watch how when sin enters you it turns it, but watch how when Christ is poured into you that the sin is cleansed. Furthermore watch as how he tries to pour sin into Christ and how Christ won’t turn. That shows how Christ is without sin.

I saw this video on Facebook and wanted to share it, but the guy talking spoke a different language. I finally found this video where someone is speaking English.

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  1. 😉 RT : You, Sin and Christ – Simple Illustration http://t.co/hbginbfGea #bgbg2 #ccf #you #sin #Christ

  2. Kevin says:

    This illustration is great. Can someone tell me what the liquids were that were used? I’d like to “perform” this for my class. Thanks.

    1. I do not know, I would like to know too.

    2. Researching this, I seen one say the key ingredient is Sodium Thiosulfate, but not sure about that.
      Another I saw,
      You = water
      Sin = water+iodine
      Christ = water+bleach
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  3. Cari says:

    Heavy duty spray starch
    Bottle of iodine 10% povidone / iodine works fine.
    Sodium Sulfite (available from online chemical suppliers)
    Vinegar
    Phenolphthalein solution

    1. Thanks for sharing.
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  4. Scott Thomas says:

    I saw on one of the YouTube demonstrations of this illustration the formula: Sin = 80% water, 20% iodine; Christ = 80% water, 20% bleach; You = 100% water. Using these ratios, I tried it and it worked.

    1. Thanks Scott I appreciate that.

  5. Tammy Pickeral Curtis says:

    I saw this not to long ago! How amazingly true it is! Thank You Jesus for dying for ALL our sins <3

  6. It is neat demonstration. Would make a great presentation in a bible study, small group, Sunday school etc. I did research and found chemicals used too.

  7. @Tammy Pickeral Curtis
    Amen, we have a lot to be thankful for, we didn’t deserve Jesus dying for us, but he loved us anyway. No greater love than one laying down their life for another. Thanks for the comment and God Bless.

  8. @Amber That is a good verse thanks for sharing Amber.

  9. Misty says:

    what amount do you use with each liquid and what liquid do you use for you, sin, wine and Jesus? Do I need to add anything to any of the liquids, like water for instance?

    1. I just found a place listed the chemicals used not how much, but I’ll try to find out.

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