Dynamic Blanking - A Spiritual Concept in Nature

Consider the passage of scripture from Isaiah 1:18 "‘Come now, and let us reason together,’ Says the LORD, ‘Though your sins are like scarlet, They shall be as white as snow; Though they are red like crimson, They shall be as wool.’" (NKJV). Does this make sense to the natural mind and experience? If I have a red dish and put red food color on it, it is just more red or darker red. How can God say what He has in Isaiah? He is describing a process of dynamic blanking.

In audio technology there is a process of sound blanking. By generating a sound that is like the noise to be blanked and then moving the generation of that sound one half wavelength, the original noise is dynamically blanked out. The original sound still exists and is making the noise but the corresponding generated shifted noise makes it of no effect, you cannot hear it. This is due to a principle of sound waves. The illustration below will help demonstrate what happens.

Sine wave chart

As seen above, the net effect is zero if the blanking is accurately applied. We try to quiet the noise by choosing busy-ness or some form of mind-numbing. Alcohol, drugs, sex, power, money, etc. do not blank out the sin, they only block our minds from functioning properly. The work we do to cancel the sin only increases the volume of the noise because it adds to the sin not blank out the sin. There is no other way to have the sin overcome except the blanking of the Blood Of The Lamb. Without that blanking we are stuck. The noise roars. We are destined to hear the noise of our sin until Jesus blanks it out. Without blanking we will just become deaf.

In our lives, we are not just one specific wavelength. We have many things going on at one time and the dynamic blanking of sin requires an extremely delicate and precise operation that only God can do in us. Jesus shed His blood that our sins be dynamically blanked out, overcome, come to no effect. Since our sin is red before God, yes scarlet, His blanking would have to be of the same type and wavelength. So He bore all our sins in Himself, even the sin within from a desire to be self-sufficient or in control of all around us. By providing the same wavelength of sin at one-half cycle difference, He cancels out our sin. It is no longer seen (heard) as sin neither is it heard as righteousness. We must come to believe that. Otherwise we only see or hear our sin continuing to roar in our spiritual ears.

The blanking process occurs with a cycle shift of 180 degrees. The meaning of repentance is to turn 180 degrees from the sin. Faith allows us to see that Christ Jesus has blanked out our sin for us and since we are turned toward Him, we no longer behold that which has beset us and brings us to unbelief. As we continue to behold Him, we are transfigured into His very own image (nature) and the desire to sin is overcome. At that point, no more dynamic blanking would be needed and our lives are the living out of Jesus in us.

The scripture reads, "For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse," (Romans 1:20). He has shown us in nature that His principles work. We can struggle to disprove or prove them but we can also just believe Him because He is worthy of just believing.

How can we believe what we cannot see, or hear, or understand? Faith is the element of spiritual activity that allows us to know. When the sin roars in our ears, we can ask Jesus to blank it out, and He has, and then there is a quiet that remains so that we can hear in our spirit. Faith is the element that allows the blanking to work. Focus on Jesus. Behold Him. He has the faith that we need and is more than willing to give us that faith to glorify Our Father in heaven and make the richness of life come to be. The sin has to be quiet before we can see or hear the richness of life. Come by faith and let God show you, in you, what He has made obvious in nature. God says, "He will again have compassion on us, And will subdue our iniquities. You will cast all our sins Into the depths of the sea. (Micah 7:19)" He has given us grace to blank out our iniquities and will make them of no effect, yes, cast into the sea. Rejoice!