We give you glory as we worship 2x You are wonderful, You are worthy O Lord! 2x. Glory be to God in the Highest Amen 2x For His mercies endureth forever Amen 2x.
Heavenly Father, we thank You for Whom You are. Thank You for the gift of another day in the land of the living, is only the living that can praise You Lord. Thank You for Your love Lord, thank You for preservation and protection, Lord, for your deliverance from the blood sucking demons and perpetuators of evil. Glory be to your Holy Name forever.
Beloved, awake, awake for the time has come to worship the King of kings, the One Who deserve our worship and praise all daily. Therefore, come let us worship Him forever.
Before the birth of Christ, atonements are made with the blood of bulls, lambs, turtles, doves name it. We also have many offering such as peace offering, thanksgiving offerings, etc. None of these offerings were able to cleanse nor make whole. It has no capacity to reconcile man back to His creator who desires to be worship by the man He created.
Then when everything failed to bridge the gap created by our sins as the priest offers sacrifice year in year out. Then Jesus give up His Throne as a supreme sacrifice is needed to bring man back to God (Heb 9:11-26).
While the blood of the lambs and bulls failed; the blood of Jesus availed for us. His blood washes and made whole.
The blood of Jesus is potent in any situation, therefore we need not be afraid what the devil is scheming to do neither do we need to fear that which can only destroy the body and not the soul.
Come let us plead the blood on our sacrifices of prayer today as we pray and see our offerings sanctifies by the “Blood”:
“And the priest shall put some of the blood upon the horns of the altar of sweet incense before the Lord.” Lev. 4:7
The altar of incense is the place where saints present their prayers and praises; and it is delightful to think of it as sprinkled with the blood of the great sacrifice. This it is which makes all our worship acceptable with Jehovah: He sees the blood of His own Son, and therefore accepts our homage.
It is well for us to fix our eyes upon the blood of the one offering for sin. Sin mingles even with our holy things, and our best repentance, faith, prayer, and thanksgiving could not be received of God were it not for the merit of the atoning sacrifice.
Many sneer at “the blood”; but to us it is the foundation of comfort and hope. That which is on the horns of the altar is meant to be prominently before our eyes when we draw near to God. The blood gives strength to prayer, and hence it is on the altar’s horns. It is “before the Lord,” and therefore it ought to be before us. It is on the altar before we bring the incense; it is there to sanctify our offerings and gifts.
Come, let us pray with confidence, since the Victim is offered, the merit has been pleaded, the blood is within the veil, and the prayers of believers must be sweet unto the Lord.
The blood of Jesus gives us access to the inner court where only the priest was allowed to minister. Glory be to God Who by the death of Jesus gives us access to Himself. Thank you Father.
Come and experience the efficacy in the blood of Jesus:
“Saying, This is the blood of the testament which God hath enjoined unto you.” Hebrews 9:20
There is a strange power about the very name of blood, and the sight of it is always affecting. A kind heart cannot bear to see a sparrow bleed, and unless familiarized by use, turns away with horror at the slaughter of a beast. As to the blood of men, it is a consecrated thing: it is murder to shed it in wrath, it is a dreadful crime to squander it in war. Is this solemnity occasioned by the fact that the blood is the life, and the pouring of it forth the token of death? We think so.
When we rise to contemplate the blood of the Son of God, our awe is yet more increased, and we shudder as we think of the guilt of sin, and the terrible penalty which the Sin-bearer endured. Blood, always precious, is priceless when it streams from Immanuel’s side. The blood of Jesus seals the covenant of grace, and makes it for ever sure.
Covenants of old were made by sacrifice, and the everlasting covenant was ratified in the same manner. Oh, the delight of being saved upon the sure foundation of divine engagements which cannot be dishonoured! Salvation by the works of the law is a frail and broken vessel whose shipwreck is sure; but the covenant vessel fears no storms, for the blood ensures the whole.
The blood of Jesus made His testament valid. Wills are of no power unless the testators die. In this light the soldier’s spear is a blessed aid to faith, since it proved our Lord to be really dead. Doubts upon that matter there can be none, and we may boldly appropriate the legacies which He has left for His people. Happy they who see their title to heavenly blessings assured to them by a dying Saviour.
But has this blood no voice to us? Does it not bid us sanctify ourselves unto Him by whom we have been redeemed? Does it not call us to newness of life, and incite us to entire consecration to the Lord? O that the power of the blood might be known, and felt in us this day!
Beloved, the testament of the blood on your prayer today will deliver to you, today. None of your prayer covered with the blood of Jesus will go unanswered today. The blood in state of communion made whole and destroy the powers of sickness and death which I have a testimony about, therefore standing on the potency of the blood of the Lamb every handwritten of death over every user of these devotional are hereby crush from the root never to raise again in Jesus Name. He had paid all the debt by His death on the cross willing; therefore sickness and death has no power over you (Isa 53:4-12; Jn 10 :18).
For where the Spirit of God is there is liberty (2 Cor 3:17); pray today like never before as the blood of Jesus will avail for you like never before.
He is risen and therefore we are risen also (1 Cor 15:20-22; Heb 8:1).
Remain blessed in the Lord.