Oct 23, 2019 | Daily Decrees, Pastor Brenda Kunneman


But who may abide the day of his coming? and who shall stand when he appeareth? for he is like a refiner’s fire, and like fullers’ soap (Malachi 3:2).


Facing personal impurities can be a tough thing. No one enjoys looking at their own faults and failures. However, Scripture repeatedly reminds us of its importance. It’s not to condemn us, but rather to better us. We all need to take the time to look within, but we also need to allow God to do the same. The Bible reveals the Lord is like a fire, which burns up impurities. He is also like the soap of one who does the laundry (fuller’s soap). He is there to wash what needs to be removed. God isn’t there to condemn our failings; instead, He comes to cleanse them so we can stand as pure vessels in the day of His return. He also comes to cleanse us so we can enjoy a clear conscience and sense of liberty from guilt. God wants to regularly do a deep cleansing in our lives, just like we do seasonal cleanings in our homes. Don’t deny Him this powerful touch in your life. Ask the Father to enact a deep cleansing in your spirit, soul, and body today!


Taken from The Daily Decree devotional book published by Destiny Image. For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman’s daily decrees, click here to order The Daily Decree.