"BEHOLD, the LORD'S hand is not shortened,
that it cannot save;
neither his ear heavy that it cannot hear:
But your iniquities have separated
between you and your God,
and your sins have hid his face from you,
that he will not hear."
Sin is like a giant canyon,
with a person on one side and God on the other.
A canyon can never be removed, it will always be there.
And it is useless to try to fill up one.
But when a bridge is put across a canyon,
one can cross it as if no canyon ever existed there.
Forgiveness of our sin is like a bridge.
A bridge allows us to have eternal life,
even though there is sin which otherwise would
separate us from God.
Sin is also like a cut or break in an electric wire.
There must be a perfect connection
from the source to a light bulb before there can be
any light in the bulb.
Sin separates our connection with God.
Forgiveness is like a splice in a wire.
Sin separates man and God.
And there is only one way back to Him . . .
through Jesus Christ!
And then . . .
" . . . Go and sin no more!"
"Lord Dictated Them"