Washing of water by the Word

“Now ye are clean through the Word which I have spoken unto you.” John 15:3

In William Shakespeare’s

“Macbeth,” Lady Macbeth, being accomplice to the murder of King Duncan, soon begins to feel the repercussions of her deeds. After washing the blood from her hands, she begins to imagine that it stains her hands still, crying not only her famous curse against its spot, but also, “... Here’s the smell of blood still. All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.” An oft overlooked but very telling line by her physician arguably speaks more to truth than any of Shakespeare’s more f...


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