A Spiritual Cleaning Tip

A Spiritual Cleaning Tip

A spiritual cleaning tipAre you planning to do some spring cleaning? How about some spiritual spring cleaning too? Before you start, I have a spiritual cleaning tip for you that will hopefully save you some time and effort.

Wash me completely clean of my guilt;
    purify me from my sin!
(Psalm 51:2, CEB)

First of all, forget about any quick-fix cleaning. That does not fix the real problem, it just hides it for awhile. Instead, put the best spiritual cleaning tip into practice: stop self-effort and turn to God.

Purify me with hyssop and I will be clean;
    wash me and I will be whiter than snow.
(Psalm 51:7, CEB)

Call Jesus and ask for the triune spiritual cleaning company: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit to come and make a through spiritual cleaning in your soul. It’s free and it works.

Create a clean heart for me, God;
    put a new, faithful spirit deep inside me!
(Psalm 51:10, CEB)

There’s nothing God’s grace can’t clean.
The power of the blood of Jesus is amazing.
And the end result make you eternally joyful.

Return the joy of your salvation to me
    and sustain me with a willing spirit.
(Psalm 51:12, CEB)


Gracious God,
Forgive me.
Cleanse me from all unrighteousness.
Create me a new heart, Lord.
Become my everything.
In Jesus’ name,

Q4U: What’s your best spiritual spring cleaning trip?

Be blessed, my fellow pilgrim, as you let the triune God clean you from inside out!

Image courtesy of Mari-Anna Stålnacke. Linking up with Unite the Bloggersphere and #tellhisstory.

7 thoughts on “A Spiritual Cleaning Tip

  1. Getting rid of the clutter of idols… I’m reading the study “No Other Gods” and though I’m not worshiping golden calves there are some modern day functional idols that surely obscure my perspective of God. Thanks for these other verses well worth employing in my spiritual housekeeping arsenal ♥

  2. The triune spiritual cleaning company. I like that. And the emphasis here. Not just a tip, this is the absolute necessity that some people try to leave out and others of us who ought to know better too often forget!
    Good words here, MariAnna!

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