Dear Sinful Woman

Dear Sinful Woman
Don’t let people shame you from worshiping God
[[Based on a True Story: Luke 7:36-50]]

No matter how much good we do, that tiny itty-bitty sin always find a way to change our name to its name – they call you the “sinful woman” as if all other women born and unborn aren’t sinful. We don’t know what you did but we know that you have sinned and the people judged you for it. Their judgment was so intense that they felt that you were not worthy to worship Jesus and lavish Him with oil and praise. People forget that Jesus came for the sinner. I admire your audacity and humility, getting on the grown and pouring oil on the feet of Jesus; washing His feet with your tears and wiping them with your hair. The Pharisees knew you as the sinful woman, but today we know you as the woman with the alabaster box. The woman who worshipped and though she was a sinner received the forgiveness of God

Modern Day Sinful Woman, don’t let anyone shame you from worshipping God because of your past. Your past can NEVER be the reason why you can’t worship Him. As a matter of fact, your past will compel you to worship Him, to obtain His forgiveness and receive His love. Don’t run away from God because pastors, evangelists, bishops are reminding of what you did last summer, of your promiscuous life, of your addiction, of your misdeeds, of your child out of wedlock, of your divorce, of your sins. In fact, they too have their skeleton in the closet they have to give an account for. Don’t walk with shame. Humble yourself at the feet of Jesus, worship him wholeheartedly. Jesus remembers you sins no more, neither should you. Your sins are forgiven.

Strongly together & Inspired by,
Friend

Is this “your story?” Can you identify with the Sinful Woman? Do you empathize with her? Is her issue your issue? Here is the call to action: Share this post to help other women who need this. Please, use the hashtags #MyStoryIsInTheBible #IAmSinfulWoman

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