Church of Jesus EM

Sun, Jul 26, 2020

Those Who Drank the Blood of Yeshua

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Those Who Drank the Blood of Yeshua
(Jn6:53-54; He10:19-20)

God is the God of grace.
He freely gives what is the best (Eph1:6), and
To those who know grace He does not stop showing kindness (Ru2:20).

Faith is receiving the greatest gift from God, that is, the blood of God, and
The life of this faith is doing all things by the blood of Yeshua (He10:19).

Blood is referred to as life-sustaining fluid as
It brings oxygen and nutrients to all parts of the body so it continues to work,
While it carries waste materials to lungs, kidneys and digestive system to be removed.
It also fights infections and carries hormones around the body.

While religion is following the enlightenment, ideology etc of its founder,
Christianity is believing in the blood of Yeshua, the blood of God (Ac20:28; Rm3:25).
As such, from Genesis to Revelation the Bible is the story of blood.

For the sprinkling of His blood, God made man into a living being (Ge2:7; 1Pe1:2).
Without blood, there is no revelation, covenant, commandment or sacrifice:
Noah received a vague revelation that forbid eating any meat with its lifeblood in it (Ge9:4-6);
The Israelites who by the blood of lamb were spared of their lives (Ex12:7-13)
Vowed with the blood of the covenant to keep the word of the LORD (Ex24:6-8); and
In the sanctuary the sacrifice of blood was given day after day (He7:27),
While the commandment forbid them from eating any meat with its lifeblood because
Blood and life are the same (Lev17:11-14).

However, it was prophesied that:
God would no longer receive the sacrifice of animal sacrifice (Is1:11),
He would prepare a great sacrificial feast for men (Eze39:17), and
The blood of the righteous would be shed in Jerusalem (Na3:1; La4:12-14; Ps94:21).

Yeshua said, “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days,” because
Through the death and the resurrection of the temple of His body (Jn2:19),
He would not in the name of Jehovah but in the Father’s name Yeshua (Jn5:43)
Redeem not the flesh for a limited time with the blood of animal (He10:4)
But the souls of men with His eternal blood once for all (He9:12).
For that, the Word became flesh, God came in the flesh (Jn1:1, 14) and
Commanded to drink His blood (Mt26:28; Jn6:53-54).

Pouring all His water and blood,
He died and said, “It is finished” (Jn19:30), declaring that He:
1) Gave the Father the greatest gift, His own life and the souls whom He purchased with His blood (Jn10:18; Rev5:9);
2) Judged the devil the ungrateful one (Is14:12-15; 1Jn3:8); and
3) Paid the price of sin for all men and sprinkled the blood of grace (Eph1:7).

He resurrected, ascended to heaven and
Sat on the throne of grace (He4:16).

The Spirit of grace whom He sent
Lets believers know what has been freely given (1Co2:12) and
Testifies in them that: “the blood of Yeshua = the blood of God = the innocent blood” (Ac20:28), and
“The blood of Yeshua is in me, soul” (Rm8:15-16).

The blood of Yeshua:
1) Cleanses (He9:22); 2) forgives (Eph1:7); 3) justifies (Rm5:9); 4) makes alive (Rm6:11);
5) Gives birth (Rm8:15-16; 1Pe1:2-3); 6) gives the right to serve God (He9:14);
7) Lets prayers be heard (He12:34); and 8) is the way to repent (He10:19-20; 1Jn1:7-9).

The Christian is he who has drank the blood of Yeshua.
Therefore, in order to be found as a fruit of blood when the Lord returns to reap,
He gives no worship, praise, offering or dedication without blood,
Resists sin to the point of shedding blood (He12:4; Rev9:14),
Becomes the fence for the church purchased with His blood (Ac20:28), and
To death becomes a witness of the blood of Yeshua (Rev12:11).

O Lord,
Father! Inside me is the blood of God!
This blood is the greatest gift and the driving force of my faith.
Let us do all things because of the blood of Yeshua!
Let us overcome all things by the blood of Yeshua!
Finally, let us all participate in the sacrificial feast in heaven on that day! Amen.
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