Blood serves as the common thread that connects the sixty-six books of the Bible together. Blood, as a means of atonement, was first shed in the Garden of Eden.

From then on, the concept of blood sacrifice was understood practically by all humanity. This is why in almost every culture and civilization there has been a period of blood atonement. For the Jew, Passover later became the focal point of all sacrifices. When Jesus appeared on the scene, he was described by John the Baptist in John 1:29 as “…the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world! »

The people around Him understood the concept of the sacrificial lamb. Blood atonement is not a leftover from an old practice from ancient times. It was initiated by God. It is precious to Him as a means of resolving the problem of human sin, want, failure, and bondage, the culmination of which was the shed blood of His beloved Son.

Begging for the blood of Jesus has been seen by some as a desperate act of supplication or desperate theology to make more blood than is necessary.

However, begging for blood is not theological despair or a magic formula. This is not a superstitious exercise; rather, it is a spiritual dynamic that, when applied, highlights the power of the Lord that is available for our deliverance, liberation, and freedom from satanic assault.

Advocacy is like presenting a case by asking for an outcome or reaction. We cannot afford to be ignorant when it comes to this major milestone. The power of the blood of Jesus must be appropriated, understood and applied to…

This text is an extract from the book “Victory by the blood of Jesus” written by Matthew Ashimolowo.

We invite you to read the following article “WHEN TO PLEAD BLOOD“.

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