Have you ever been on the hunt for Bible verses to hang in your bathroom? I am an advocate of displaying God’s Word anywhere you can in the home! I believe it helps to keep our focus on God and His Word, enabling us to stay our hearts on Him.
Previously I shared with you 5 Bible Verses for Your Kitchen and 3 Verses for Every Little Girl’s Room. Now I am glad to share with you a handful of verses that can make any bathroom a little more inspiring! So read on to discover five verses that will add inspiration to any bathroom.
- Wash away all my iniquity and cleanse me from my sin. Psalm 51:2
This verse is a reminder that I can call on God to cleanse me of my sin. He washes away those things in me that are displeasing to Him! Thank God for His forgiveness and lovingkindness to us!
- Cleanse me with hyssop, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow. Psalm 51:7
This verse is particularly beautiful to me because it reminds me how God sees me. When He looks down on me, He doesn’t see my sin. In Christ, He sees me as pure as the driven snow, cleansed by the blood of the perfect lamb that was slain, Jesus Christ. So God has made me clean and sees me as such.
- Create in me a pure heart, O God, and renew a steadfast spirit within me. Psalm 51:10
David acknowledges His sin before the Lord and seeks forgiveness. Additionally, he seeks to be made clean. And in so doing, He calls on God to create in Him a clean heart and to renew a steadfast spirit within him. This is such a pertinent reminder for us that we need the Lord every hour to create pure hearts and steadfast spirits within us.
- If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. 1 John 1:9
Similarly to the verses above, this verse is a great reminder that when we confess our sins to God He is faithful to forgive us. He cleanses us from all unrighteousness and every single thing that is unpleasant in His sight. In so doing, we are alive in Him!
- Be made clean. Matthew 8:3
“Be made clean” is actually only a small portion of Matthew 8:3. It is part of a dialogue between Jesus and a leper. At the end of their time, Jesus does heal this leper as He speaks these three words to him: be made clean. This dialogue is a reminder that we can come to Christ for healing. And it also reminds us that in Christ we can are both healed and cleansed.
So which of these verses is your favorite? Do you have Scripture verses hanging in your bathroom? Which verses have you displayed? Share in the comments below!
Still want more verses for your home?