7 Weeks of Easter – Week 2, Spring Cleaning

 April 12, 2018

When I was growing up, each Easter, the Easter bunny hid candies in our basement. This meant we kids had to clean the basement because the Easter bunny wouldn’t leave candy in a dirty basement. Thus my mom got her basement cleaned every year and a jump on her spring cleaning.

I was not as successful as my mom at getting my kids to clean the house each year. I’m also not an avid fan of cleaning but I do enjoy that first cleaning that comes with the warmer weather. I throw open the windows and breathe in God’s good air, cleansing my mind, reinvigorating my spirit, redecorating my soul.

Open the Windows of your Soul!

Spring is a time to open the windows, let in the fresh air, and chase away all of the dust bunnies that have accumulated over the winter. Easter was early this year, and spring seems to be late with all of the cold weather and late winter snow for those of us in Michigan. And so, it may be a little early for spring cleaning, or not.

It’s never too early or too late to open the windows of our soul and allow the wind of God’s spirit to blow through. It’s never too early or too late to allow God to clean or redecorate our conscience. So, whatever climate you live in, celebrate the season by allowing God to blow through the dark and cluttered spaces of your spirit.

What part of your life needs cleaning to be reinvigorated? How might you do this?

 

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