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Imagine a life where you are considered holy and blameless in God’s eyes. A life where you are above reproach. A life of holiness. Can you imagine that? Many of us can’t, at least not when we look at ourselves. But that is exactly what we are told in the Bible we are! In this post we are going to look at and dig into the question “what does it mean to be holy and blameless in God’s eyes?“
Holy and Blameless Meaning
Colossians 1:21-23 says:
Let’s look at what the Complete Jewish Bible says:
Rav Sha’ul (Rabbi Paul) says that while we were once, in essence. at enmity with Adonai because of our wickedness, we are now reconciled and seen through the sinlessness of Messiah Yeshua, our Tzaddik (Righteous One) and because Yeshua paid the debt that was ours to pay, we are also now seen as righteous and blameless.
The word tzaddik comes from the Hebrew verb root צדק which is essentially doing what is just and righteous. We see this used most notably in Deuteronomy 16:20
Justice is the word ‘Tzedek’ which comes from the same root. So it would read ‘Tzedek, tzedek you must pursue’.
Tzedek is setting everything in the state it should be, in its just and righteous state. And the Tzaddik is someone who is in the state that Adonai first intended. It is essentially a return to the Gan Eden, the Garden of Eden, and man is as he should be.
Yeshua is our Tzaddik and restores us to how God intended; a state of being blameless and holy.
So to summarize what it mean to be blameless in God’s eyes, at one time, before being saved, we were apart from God, enemies of God even.
BUT…now we are redeemed, reconciled to Him by the physical death of Yeshua.
AND we are holy and blameless in God’s eyes, without a single fault! Blameless! Holy! Not a single fault is found in us!
Blameless by Greek Definition
In the Greek language, the word “blameless” is amōmos and it means, according to Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance:
without blemish, as a sacrifice without spot or blemish
morally: without blemish, faultless, unblameable
How amazing is it that the word blameless used here is the same word used to describe a perfect sacrifice? It is the same word that describes Yeshua which makes sense because in God’s eyes he sees us through Him! When He looks at us, He sees us through the lens of Yeshua!
Do you feel without spot or blemish?
You Must Continue to Believe This
Colossians goes on to say BUT…you must continue to believe this!
Do you believe this?
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Or does the enemy come in with his lies and distortions and make you feel as though you have to keep beating yourself up whenever you make a mistake?
Does he make you feel as though you haven’t DONE enough to earn God’s favor? Make you feel as though you haven’t atoned long enough?
Or does he make you feel as though you are just too far gone for God to be able to use you?
Believing Your Are Holy and Blameless Means Standing on the Word
Stand on His Word! Stand on His promises! Plant your feet firmly on the Gospel of truth and not the lies of a pitiful enemy who knows his time is short!
He’s on borrowed time and he knows it! But you – oh you have eternal life! And he wants nothing more than to make you doubt that, to make you question that! To make you question God’s Word! To make you question your worth in Him!
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Lies…many of us have heard them all our lives. I know I have.
Yes, sometimes it is people who say mean things and even abuse us with their words. However, the real enemy is not flesh and blood.
Ephesians 6:12 says:
You’re not pretty enough!
You are not thin enough!
Why would anyone want to be your friend?
You’re not smart enough to do that job!
God would never want to use someone who has made the mistakes you’ve made!
You’ll never find love!
These and all their variations are pure lies from the chief liar!
You are holy and blameless in God’s eyes! You are a child of the one true living God. To believe you are anything different is believing a lie from a very good, very skilled twister of truth!
Living Holy and Blameless Means Silencing the Lies!
So how do you silence the lies that you have heard for years?
How do you see yourself in a way you maybe never have been able to before?
Is it possible after ALL you’ve done to ever look at yourself in the mirror and see anything but a mess?
Yes! It is possible! In God’s eyes you are righteous and God can redeem the sense of worth in Him that the enemy has stolen! Nothing is too difficult for God!
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Is anything too hard for Him? It may not seem possible for YOU but it IS possible for Him.
Holy and Blameless Amidst the Darts of the Enemy
Put on the armor of God so you can battle the enemy and his lies.
The sword of the Spirit IS the Word of God. It is the only weapon listed in this list of armor. It is the only weapon we need.
The Word is the only weapon you will ever need.
You are holy and blameless in God’s eyes. The Word of God tells you so.
Now all you need is to…
“continue to believe this truth AND STAND FIRMLY IN IT.”
Share in the comments and tell us all that YOU are holy and blameless!
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