By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

Imagine for a moment that the blood of Christ was only as strong as our health care coverage;
That our confession of sin was met by a reminder of services provided and not provided:
In reviewing your account, Paul, I see that you have a $10,000.00 copay and 80% coverage.
I know this sounds severe but, unfortunately, your sin was a little off the charts and it’s not reasonable to think that Christ’s blood has the power to manage all of that.
I’ll put you in touch with collections and you can begin submitting payment in notes of guilt, shame, and isolation to those who will be managing your case.
When payment of the $10,000 is made and coverage begins, we will remind you frequently of the billing charged in order for you to tend to the remaining 20%.
I’m glad you’ve chosen Me as your provider and I hope you appreciate the debt amount swallowed up by My Son’s blood in the remaining 80% of your sin.
Prices are subject to change in the “sin policy” manual so please be aware of premium adjustments due to your most recent account of sin.

The Internal Sin Treasury Department
How about for this moment,
We take a moment,
And thank God for the full-coverage to sin He applies on a daily basis?
How about steeping our sin-stained souls so deep in Calvary’s blood that we come out crimson-colored and walk out a testimony of God in “living” truth and reality to a needy, hurting, broken unspoken group of people who have no coverage, no hope, and no sense that there’s a “Christ” even available to them?
How about coming clean about our black side;
How about quitting all attempts to cover up our backside,
And simply applying full-coverage to the whole side of ourselves?
The company of “crimsons” is a wondrous group of fully covered, wonderfully "uncovered" naked-souled Saints, made clean by the blood of Christ.
Apart from Christ we are nothing;
But because of Christ and in Christ,
We are fully redeemed.
Full coverage applies to all ...
No "sinful" exceptions.
Praise be to our Provider,
The blood that Jesus shed for me
Way back on Calvary
The blood that gives me strength
From day to day
It will never lose its power

It reaches to the highest mountain
It flows to the lowest valley
The blood that gives me strength
From day to day
It will never lose its power

It soothes my doubts and calms my fear
And it dries all my tears
The blood that gives me strength
From day to day
It will never lose its power
-Andrae E. Crouch

"In whom we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace."
Ephesians 1:7