Picture Lent, Clean, John 13:6-11

Years ago, when I led an Emmaus Walk, Karim made this cross for me based on Psalm 51:10: Create in me a clean heart O God and renew a steadfast spirit within me. #picturelent #clean


5 Responses to “Picture Lent, Clean, John 13:6-11”

  1. Joleen Wiens says:

    Let’s Keep Our Earth Clean!

  2. Christy Wagenfuhr says:

    Running streams and brooks usually have the clearest waters and look so refreshing. I love sitting by them and just watching the water play across the roots and rock and listen to the gentle sounds. So clean and pure.

  3. Susan James says:

    Day 43 #picturelent #clean Jesus said to him, “One who has bathed does not need to wash except his feet, but is entirely clean. And you are clean, though not all of you. John 13:10

  4. Peggy Potts says:

    According to the United Methodist Church, “water provides the central symbolism for baptism…which speaks of the waters of creation and the flood, the liberation of God’s people by passage through the sea, the gift of water in the wilderness, and the passage through the Jordan River to the promised land…the use of water in baptism also symbolizes cleansing from sin, death to old life, and rising to begin new life in Christ.”

    Two years ago, on Easter Sunday, this lost child of God was cleansed, redeemed and saved in Jesus Christ.

  5. Patti Cutler says:

    When I think of clean, I think of bleach. Jesus is our “bleach”. Jesus died so all of our sins and all of our stains are bleached clean.

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