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Curiosity can motivate one's desire to pursue knowledge of something that was commonly expressed, but was not sufficient to form a conclusion. Christians generally used the phrase, " there is power in the blood." Sometimes they express the term, "we plea the blood." I became curious about the above phrases, and wanted to know if there were any value to these phrases, and also wanted to know the origin of the idea of those phrases. I asked myself the question, who promoted the idea that there was power in the blood? And, where did the idea of "we plea the blood" originated. If you were like me, where would you find your answers to those well-deserved questions? You can by now, if you have read this book carefully.
Or thunder& Apply it with right understanding and mindset and you win& Infact We are already more than conquerors through the love of ChristThe Holy Spirit is our teacher as you may know, who teaches us into all things truth from God the fatherEven in a court of law, a verdict of "not guilty" does not prove the defendant never committed the crime (such as O.JAnd he that saw it bare record, and his record is true: and he knoweth that he saith true, that ye might believe" (John 19:34,35)xii 16 and 24, where the command to slay all the domestic animals at the tabernacle as slain-offerings is repealed, this is extended to such domestic animals as were slaughtered for food; their blood also was not to be eaten, but to be poured upon the earth like water, & like water which is poured upon the earth, sucked in by it, and thus given back to the womb of the earth, from which God had caused the animals to come forth at their creation (Gen8-9) or eating blood (vvThe highest act of that worship was the sprinkling of blood on the mercy seat of the golden ark, covered by the wings of the hovering angel/cherubimIf you are a Christian today, you can have boldness and confidence as you approach God with your prayers and your worship, becauseyou are no longer far away from God, Now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have beenmadenear by the blood of Christ (Ephesians 2:13).It is because of the blood of Jesus Christ that we have the great privilege of pouring our hearts out to God (Psalm 62:8) casting our cares on Him (1 Peter 5:7) and praying any time and any place in the power of the Spirit (Ephesians 6:18)There is no other way the cross of Jesus can become our blessedness, other than for each one of us to take up our ownThere is power in the blood (Heb 2:14, Rev 12:11)in other words, don't question God's authorityEfrain Rivera THE VICTORY IS NOT IN FASTING&EXCLUSIVELY ONLY IN THE FINISHED WORK OF THE CROSS &&THE VICTORY OVER THE WORLD, THE FLESH AND THE DEVIL&&.THANK YOU JESUS IT IS &.FINISHED.FAITH IN the BLLOD OF JESUS &AND WENT GOD SEE THE BLOOD I WILL PASS OVER YOU UnlockingtheBible approvedKristen WetherellMinistry Content ManagerUnlocking the Bible866-865-6253 (Main)847-277-2994 (Direct)P.OLeviticus 17:11 is the Old Testaments central statement about the significance of blood in the sacrificial systemFour hundred years have now passed since the time of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and the people have multiplied in Egypt
Most Christians therefore do not have Him in their hearts; hence they emphasize more on scriptural truths alone, thereby neglecting spiritual revelations and spiritual truths as wellThe things which are precious to us we lock up, we put bars around, and we buy alarm systems to protectTo die in one's stead means that the person has the place or position of a person or thing as filled by a replacement, substitute, or successor; such as, "If you can't come, send him in your stead." The word INSTEAD means, "in place of the person or thing mentioned: as, since we had no sugar, we used honey instead." Christ did not die so that I would not have toA sheep in the Bible represents someone who is meek and humble, does not resist, feeds on green pastures furnished by the shepherd, and can be led30:33; LevGrace Taylor I concur Mark that we have already been redeemed by the precious blood of Christ therefore to live in that knowledge of the grace and freedom is quite different from the works mentality of self the notion that one must still do something to attain this once given gift&.it almost takes the power away from The Blood sacrifice of Jesus Christ 171bf2437f