The Purpose of the blood of Jesus
The main purpose of the blood of Jesus is to reconcile us with God and to bring us closer to Him.
Ever since sin entered the world, all creation rebelled against God. As a result, we became enemies of God from birth.
David acknowledged this by saying:
again it’s written:
God’s holiness and justice demand that sin never goes unpunished and that is still accurate till this day. Moreover, the only punishment for sin is (eternal) death (ref. Romans 6:23).
Nevertheless, God was gracious toward us by allowing His Son Jesus Christ to pay the sentence of our sins by shedding His blood on the cross.
According to the holy scriptures (ref. Leviticus 17:14), the source of life of all flesh is the blood.
The blood of Jesus is the divine blood used as the perfect offering to God for redemption to those who shall humble themselves and believe in Christ.
The Blood Has Power To:
Here’s how Apostle Paul defines the death of Jesus Christ:
He stated again:
By this, we understand that God brought us nearer that we may cease from living a sinful life.
Wash away our sins:
The blood of Jesus does not only have the power to forgive our sinful ways, but also to exterminate the power it has over us.
God gave us victory over sin through the blood of Jesus Christ.
Do you now see that the blood of Christ was offered up to eliminate the former morals and that we may be transformed to Godliness? For unless we renounce the former life, we cause the grace of God to be vain.
Overcome The Enemy:
We overcome satan and his schemes by invoking the blood of Jesus in faith.
The Victory That’s In The Blood
Apostle Paul, who also was known as Saul at first persecuted the church of God by injuring men and woman and putting them in prison. (ref. Acts 8:3)
Above all, he stated the following:
The former ways of Paul were exterminated by the power of redemption that is the blood of Jesus.
Having said that, the only way that was achieved, was by Paul acknowledging that there’s no man that is good but God and realized the need for redemption in his life.
I do not want us to take these things lightly, but as it’s written: “Serve the LORD with fear, and rejoice with trembling” (Psalm 2:11).
For we are forewarned of the things that are to come in the Holy Scriptures:
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