Everlasting Father, Everlasting Son, Everlasting Holy Spirit, immortality Holy Ghost be Thou glorify. Everlasting Father, Everlasting Son, Everlasting Holy Spirit, immortality Holy Ghost be Thou glorify.// 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!

Our Father we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name! Glory be to Your Name on high. Faithful Father we worship You. From ages to ages we give you Praise, what a might God You are. Have Your way in our lives today, bless us O! Lord! Arise and show forth Your glory! let Your power manifest in our lives today and do the impossible in our lives in Jesus Name. Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Beloveth, good morning, what an opportune time to be in God’s Presence, glory be to God on high in Jesus Name.

Come let us magnify the Name of the Lord together, let us glorify Him for He is able and more than able to delivery those who trust in Him. glory be to His Name forever and ever in Jesus Name! Praise the Name of Jesus!!!!!!!!!!

Faithful God O! Faithful God! Faithful God! O! Faithful God! Only deserve all the glory in my life! Only You deserve all the glory O! faithful God!

Yes our God is faithful, everlasting is His Name! Alleluia to the King of kings, The Everlasting Lord, the Beginning and the End! I AM that I AM! The Soon Coming King. Praise the Name of Jesus!

Jesus was slain for my unrighteousness O what a love divine, thank You Father for saving me alleluia to Your Holy Name! (Eph 2:8). I will lift up Jesus higher!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Father, we bow down and worship You, thank You for the Cross, thank You for the Blood that made me whole and right with Thee, alleluia to your Holy Name.

Beloveth, let us live our lives holy and acceptable before God. Let us lift a holy hands before our God for Him alone is worthy, Him alone is powerful, Him alone is glorious and Wonderful is His Holy Name! Thank You Jesus and thank You Everlasting King of glory Amen!!!

Beloveth what can you bear for God’s sake? Our Lord Jesus left the throne and came down on earth to save us from eternal damnation. what can you forsake for the sake of the gospel of our Lord Jesus! Beloveth, is only love that can make us let go of our desires for the “Will” of God for us.

Apostle forsook his ambition and run the race set before Him and won the crown at last. Will you therefore embrace Christ and His work and draw souls to the Kingdom of God? Beloveth, we are saved to save others; do not neglect your gifts in the household of God. Ensure that devote yourself to the service of the Lord as much as you can even in your secular works (Tit 2:7) may God help us all in Jesus Name.

Beloveth, come along for more:

“Lo, in the midst of the throne… stood a Lamb as it had been slain.” Revelation 5:6

Why should our exalted Lord appear in His wounds in glory? The wounds of Jesus are His glories, His jewels, His sacred ornaments. To the eye of the believer, Jesus is passing fair because He is “white and ruddy” white with innocence, and ruddy with His own blood.

We see Him as the lily of matchless purity, and as the rose crimsoned with His own gore. Christ is lovely upon Olivet and Tabor, and by the sea, but oh! there never was such a matchless Christ as He that did hang upon the cross. There we beheld all His beauties in perfection, all His attributes developed, all His love drawn out, all His character expressed.

Beloved, the wounds of Jesus are far more fair in our eyes than all the splendour and pomp of kings. The thorny crown is more than an imperial diadem. It is true that He bears not now the sceptre of reed, but there was a glory in it that never flashed from sceptre of gold. Jesus wears the appearance of a slain Lamb as His court dress in which He wooed our souls, and redeemed them by His complete atonement.

Nor are these only the ornaments of Christ: they are the trophies of His love and of His victory. He has divided the spoil with the strong. He has redeemed for Himself a great multitude whom no man can number, and these scars are the memorials of the fight.

Ah! if Christ thus loves to retain the thought of His sufferings for His people, how precious should his wounds be to us!

“Behold how every wound of His

A precious balm distils,

Which heals the scars that sin had made,

And cures all mortal ills.

“Those wounds are mouths that preach His grace;

The ensigns of His love;

The seals of our expected bliss

In paradise above.”

Beloveth, the wounds of Jesus is his glory; let us glory in him at all times. Let us not be ashamed of our Jesus but made bold to declare Him our Saviour and our King. Beloveth, you are the redeemed of the Lord, glory you in it because at the end you will enter into the rest which Jesus has won for you Amen!!!

Beloveth. Let us hold on this freedom secured for us by our Savoiur and Lord Jesus Christ and advance in troop. Amen!!!

Today by the grace of God! we will be taking the last teaching on the “The Precious Blood of Jesus”. we will be taking the continued part of the “The Power of the Blood Represents Christ’s sacrifice for us,”  Our prayer that you will be librated and made whole by the Precious Blood of the Lamb forever in Jesus Name.”

A second covenant in the Old testament that parallels the New Testament was sealed between Jacob and His father-in-law, Laban (Gen 31:43-55). To signify their agreement, they gathered a heap of stones. Why stones? Because Jesus is the foundation Stone, the Cornerstone upon which His church is being built (1Pet 2:5-6), and in verse five, Christian are called “living stones” of that spiritual house.

Yet another covenant was cut between Jonathan and David. The two agreed, “we wwill protect and love each other, and we will be kind to our children’s children (paraphrased from 1 san 20:42). In that covenant, three things were exchanged: a robe, a weapon, and a belt (1 Sam 18:4). Such exchanges can signify the beautify spiritual that transpired beween ourselves and Jesus when we were saved.

Upon coming to Jesus, he told us, “Give Me your sins and unrighteousness. I will clothe you with my robe of righteousness” (paraphrased from Rev 19:8).

Jesus disposed of our filthy rags of sin and gave us His clean robe so that we could be the righteousness of God in Christ. It is said that, “clothes make the man,” and we, according to Eph 2:15, are the “one new man” of God’s own making dressed in our spotless heavenly garments.

David and Jonathan exchanged weapons. We too, have exchanged our former weapon of hatred for one of love. We fought against God in our old “self,” but when we received the covenant provisions of Jesus’ blood, we laid down fleshly weapons and picked up the sword of God’s Word, which speaks of loving our enemies.

Belts were also exchanged by David and Jonathan. What is our belt? It is the “belt of truth” (Eph 6:14) NLT. Because of the shed blood, God gave us his Holy Spirit to lead us into the truth of His Word. Remember, the blood and the Word go together, to be administered by the Holy Spirit.

Far more than spiritual cleansing is yours through the shed blood of Jesus. the covenant cut by the virtue of the crucifixion provides for your every spiritual and physical need, including your purification, eternal life, spiritual energy and power. It provides emergency provisions, divine protection, reconciliation, and the very presence of God!

We pray that the shed blood of Jesus is no longer a mystery to you and that you will begin enjoying all the spiritual realities it provides. Rise up and walk confidently in your covenant rights- God is on your side!

Each and every benefits of the blood belongs to you. This Easter, share with family and friends all that God has made available to live a victorious, abundant life. Then rejoice as you start experiencing daily the power of the Blood of Jesus

Beloveth, we believe you are thoroughly blessed by this teaching, may you find reason to be on the Lord’s side all the days of your lives in Jesus Amen! Amen!! Amen!!!

Beloveth, we are running our race to the end of this month, just remember that God cannot lie, be patient and wait for his promise for it will surely deliver in Jesus Name.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.