Who is like unto Thee O! Lord! Who is like unto Thee, O Lord! among the gods who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia! Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God! Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God Unchangeable God!
Glorious God we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name! We worship You, alleluia to Your Holy Name. You are a mighty God, The great I AM, thank You for yet another week You have bestowed upon us, be Thou exalted, be Thou magnify, wonderful is Your Name! glory to be You Jesus now and forever more!
Beloveth, how was your weekend? Hope you spent some time in God’s Presences? The benefits are too numerous to mention. The truth about God is that He is unchangeable Changer; He changeth not. But when you come before Him, He will turn your ashes into beauty, your sorrow to joy, your barrenness to fruitfulness, your pains to comfort, Praise the Lord somebody, the Lord will change your situation and make you to experiences richness for poverty, health for sickness, salvation for damnation, strength for weakness, yes! How will turn every dead situation to life, Praise Master Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloveth, the gift of Easter is unquantifiable. It brought us closer to God, Jesus died so that you and I will die no more. His death free us from guilt, from addiction, from fear.
Beloveth whether we feel guilty or not, we are all guilty before God because of the many times we have broken His law in thought, word and deed. Just as when someone commits a crime there is a penalty to be paid, in the same way there is a penalty for breaking God’s law. The wages of sin is death (Rom 6:23).
Jesus said that ‘everyone who sin is a slave to sin’ (Jn 834). Jesus died to set us free from that slavery. On the cross, the power of this addiction was broken although we may still fall from time to time; the power of addiction is broken when Jesus set us free.
Jesus came so that ‘by His death He might destroy him who holds the power- that is, the devil- and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death’ (Heb 2:14-15). We no longer fear death. Death is not the end for those whom Jesus has set free. Rather it is the gateway to heaven, where we will be free from even the presence of sin.
When Jesus set us free from the fear of death, he also set us free from all the other fears.
Beloveth, the veil torn from up to bottom according to the Word of God to us taking us from the old ways of doing things to the new way –Jesus Christ paid the Supreme sacrifice never to be paid again by you and I if you believe.
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“Behold, the veil of the temple was rent in twain from the top to the bottom.” Matthew 27:51
No mean miracle was wrought in the rending of so strong and thick a veil; but it was not intended merely as a display of power—many lessons were herein taught us. The old law of ordinances was put away, and like a worn-out vesture, rent and laid aside.
When Jesus died, the sacrifices were all finished, because all fulfilled in Him, and therefore the place of their presentation was marked with an evident token of decay. That rent also revealed all the hidden things of the old dispensation: the mercy-seat could now be seen, and the glory of God gleamed forth above it.
By the death of our Lord Jesus we have a clear revelation of God, for He was “not as Moses, who put a veil over his face.” Life and immortality are now brought to light, and things which have been hidden since the foundation of the world are manifest in Him. The annual ceremony of atonement was thus abolished.
The atoning blood which was once every year sprinkled within the veil, was now offered once for all by the great High Priest, and therefore the place of the symbolical rite was broken up. No blood of bullocks or of lambs is needed now, for Jesus has entered within the veil with his own blood.
Hence access to God is now permitted, and is the privilege of every believer in Christ Jesus. There is no small space laid open through which we may peer at the mercy-seat, but the rent reaches from the top to the bottom. We may come with boldness to the throne of the heavenly grace.
Shall we err if we say that the opening of the Holy of Holies in this marvellous manner by our Lord’s expiring cry was the type of the opening of the gates of paradise to all the saints by virtue of the Passion?
Our bleeding Lord hath the key of heaven; He openeth and no man shutteth; let us enter in with Him into the heavenly places, and sit with Him there till our common enemies shall be made His footstool.
Yes our bleeding Lord sets us free all maladies and place us on high where he sits with His Father. there we also seats to reign with him. alleluia somebody!!!
On this note we declare the week open and we shall return with greater joy and testimonies at the end in Jesus Name.
Beloveth taking further teaching on the “Precious Blood of Jesus” we shall be considering the blood as our power plant and environmental perfection.
Blood infuses your physical body with energy. Heb 10:19 explains how the blood of Jesus gives you boldness to pray, which results in spiritual power: “.. we can boldly enter heaven’s Most Holy Place because of the Blood of Jesus”
The Blood of Jesus is a hidden power plant to energize God’s Word in your life. The energy comes one way-by entering God’s presence to pray. As soon as you boldly enter the Father’s presence through prayer, you are basically saying, “I’m here because of Jesus’ blood that cleansed me.”
God’s Word goes to work in your life when your prayers are based upon the privileges wrought by Jesus’ shed blood.
In our bodies, blood bathes each cell in fluid to maintain the proper environment and atmosphere for cellular functions. We also need a proper spiritual atmosphere. In the Old Testament the sacrificial Blood was spread on the mercy seat in the Holy of Holies. Afterward, God’s presence would rest over the mercy seat because there was the covering of the shed Blood.
Do you realize that you are cradled in an abiding atmosphere of the Father’s Presence through Jesus’ shed blood? His blood covers us in God’s Presence so that we may call on Him at any time (Heb 10:22).
God’s Presence is our eternal resting place because we are covered by the shed blood of Jesus. Do you dwell in God’s Presence just when you are at church? Of course not! You can experience His Presence in your car, in kitchen, at work- anywhere! And that’s exactly what he wants you to do. The shed Blood brings in the Father’s presence.
The torn veil opens us up uninterrupted access to God’s Presence. And you do that may we experience that daily in Jesus Name and have His light in you, Amen (Jn 8:12).
Remain blessed in the Lord.