A Christian perspective on circumcision.
As I meditate on the last two memory verses in the pre-retreat study for the Women’s retreat I leave on tomorrow, trying to digest them more fully, the nurse in me begins to consider the “foreskin” and the reasons for it being so important that we circumcise ourselves to the Lord by deliberately removing the foreskin of the heart; and why it is vital that He be the lead surgeon in that circumcision for us and our descendants. Here is what I find:
- The foreskin is folds of flesh whose sole purpose is to hide the true organ: it is a façade.
- These folds of flesh are difficult to keep clean, thus making them excellent breeding ground for filth, bacteria, and disease.
- This fold of flesh can refuse to retract, keeping the true organ hidden, hindering proper function, which can cause pain and further disease. Or…
- This fold of flesh…
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