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The Lamb and the Blood

Hello, God has given me something in Psalm 105:36 which says,

“Then he struck down all the firstborn in their land,
    the firstfruits of all their manhood.”

The Psalmist has just spoken the history of Israel. In this verse he is repeating the first “Passover”. The angel came and whoever did not put the blood of an animal over the door, would have their firstborn killed.  That is a clear picture of the Gospel. We would have died, like the firstborn. We would have been killed, but, the blood of the lamb saved us. Jesus died on the cross and He saved us from our sin. He was the firstborn, the son of God, and He died in our place. He saved us from our sin!

Now, all those who truly want to be saved, can come to Jesus and be saved.

We can now spread the seed of the Gospel to others. Jesus died so that we wouldn’t. He gave His very own life to save us. That is just amazing! He is so loving and kind. God has become a father to the fatherless, and a husband to the widow. Now, all believers (the church) are the bride of Christ.

Prayer: Dear Heavenly Father,

Thank You for sending Your son for me, and saving me. Thank You, Jesus, for dying in my place. Thank You for being the lamb that gave His life for us. Please help me to be even more grateful. Please help me to praise You, and share the Gospel with others. Thank You for all the blessing that You have given me. Please help me to draw more and more out of Your word. Thank You for everything, dear Lord. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Peace and love, Joy Cleveland

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