(Isaiah 1:18), Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.
The reason why that scripture is so important is that women tend to forget it. We somehow think that there are sins that we commit are not forgiven by Jesus Christ. Those your sins where red, once you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior, they are now white as snow. You are the little lamb and Jesus is your shepherd. No matter what sins your past holds, Jesus doesn't hold them against you. Now here is the most important thing that you should remember, yesterday is yesterday. Meaning it is now considered your past.
We as women often commit sexual sins. Now this is not for the virgins out there. Women sometimes uses their bodies to get what they want. We also have premarital sex to please our boyfriends or as you would say, significant other. We have booty calls and we also have sex with men that we don't even particularly care for. Women always think about that sexual sin that we have done in the past or still might be partaking in now. I am not ignorant to the fact that there are some of you are not married to the man that you are living with. I am never judgmental, although my desire for you is that you someday get married and live under the will of God. But until then, I realize that some may not be married. For some reason society has made the woman out to be the bad guy when it comes to sexual sin. For that reason we as women tend to think the same thing. We think that God has forgiven us for our sins, but not that one. Not true.
Here's my testimony: In my late 20s and 30's, I was very promiscuous. I didn't care who I slept with as long as I had a good time. I took a lot of chances with my life when it came to sex. I enjoyed it very much and didn't care if the man was married or not. In fact, I preferred a marry man because I didn't want to be bothered with them outside of sex. Some of the men, I made give me money for my time. Out of 4 marriages I cheated in 2 of them. If a man that I was having sex with would claim they were in love, I dropped them like a hot potato. I was not for the love thing, strictly sex. I have had one night stands and didn't want to know the man's name. I actually hurt a lot of men in the day and I was totally messed up . . . ignorant. The term "love him and leave him" was my model.
I have told you this about myself to let you know that you can and will always be forgiven. Your testimony can be a blessing to someone else. I pray that my testimony will be a blessing to some of you. God has changed me all around. Because of God, I can hold my head up, no matter what I've done in the past. I am truly blessed by God and I know that the Holy Spirit doesn't hold my past over my head to keep me from moving forward in the ministry or the Body of Christ. My sexual sins where truly red as crimson but now white as snow, forgiven and forgotten. Don't allow Satan to mislead you into thinking that you are not good enough for ministry work for God because of your sexual sins. Allow the Holy Spirit to love on you and lead you in the right direction for the glory of God. Don't allow so-called Christians or friends get up in your business by telling you that you are living in sin. They should mind their own business because most likely you know what you are doing and so does God. You don't need anyone to point your sins out. Pray, the only one that you should allow to judge you is the Holy Spirit. Don't misunderstand me, I am not condoning sex before marriage, I am just being realistic. PRAISE GOD!
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