JESUS CHRIST, THE MOST HIGH PRIEST

JESUS CHRIST, THE MOST HIGH PRIEST

Priest role was crucial to God and his people during Old Testament time. The priest offers animal sacrifices to atone for the sin of their people. A person who has committed a sin must provide an animal that the priest would offer on his behalf. No sin was forgiven in the Old Testament without a priest offering a sacrifice to God. Besides the routine sacrifices of priests, God also designated a special person with the title of “Most High Priest” to yearly offer a sacrifice to plead for the collective sins of his people. The Most High Priest has an obligation to rightly perform his task otherwise, God would reject it, and the priest may die for his sacrifice error. The priest’s activity of animal sacrifice (and other sacrifices) have been discontinued during New Testament era; however, the priesthood office remains in existence. Some individuals still operate in...Read more
TRIUMPH OF THE BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST

TRIUMPH OF THE BLOOD OF JESUS CHRIST

In the redemption process of mankind, the blood of Jesus Christ plays an indispensable role. The blood that was shed on the cross of Calvary, brought about the salvation of our souls and set a precedence for every believer to live an overcomer’s life. The blood also contains God’s supernatural power to perform various miracles and to heal all kinds of sicknesses. The Scenario Of The Blood Of Jesus Christ Two opposing forces: The force of God and force of Satan competed for victory over Christ’ mission to save the world. Satan, the enemy of righteousness influenced the opponents of Christ (the Pharisees and the Roman’s authority) to arrest him with the hope that they would kill him and permanently stop his mission. The enemies colluded and brought various false allegations against Jesus, of which he was completely innocent. The enemies beat Jesus, hung him on the...Read more
Implication of the Blood of Jesus Christ

Implication of the Blood of Jesus Christ

Crucify him; crucify him, shouted the Pharisees who wanted Jesus dead by all means. The enemies got their wish, but it became my blessing! Jesus Christ shed his blood on the Cross of Calvary for humanity. He suffered and languished in pain from his persecutors who beat him mercilessly and squeezed the crown of thorns on his head. An already weaken Son of God was forced to carry his own cross as mob chanted “crucify him” to Roman soldiers. The main goal of the enemies was to kill Jesus Christ. They hope that their effort will stop him from being proclaimed as the Messiah – the Savior of the world. “Crucify him, crucify him” the mob were shouting. They wanted Jesus dead by all means. The authority (in collaboration with the Pharisees) dragged Jesus to Golgotha where they nailed his arms and feet on the cross. Hammers pounded the nails as they were driven...Read more
The Resurrection Power of Jesus and Its Benefits

The Resurrection Power of Jesus and Its Benefits

Christians Are Born To Rule Over Satan via Resurrection Power! There are much benefits consisted in the resurrection of Jesus Christ; Christians must make a good use of the benefits. People who were motivated by Satan plotted against Jesus. They crucified him on the cross hoping their exercise would end his life and ministry. However, the enemies soon realized they have lost the battle since Jesus resurrected on the third day! Jesus the Son of God resurrected from the grave on the third day to force Satan into subjection by releasing his undefeatable power to the Christians! Hence, people who cast their trust in Jesus Christ will be in control of any situation that Satan throws at them! Believers will live overcomers’ lives on earth, (and they will also go to heaven). All hail the power of Jesus Christ for his resurrection power will forever benefit the Christians!   No...Read more
Immoral Conduct Affects Church Health

Immoral Conduct Affects Church Health

Abstain From Immoral Conduct For Church Health (Passage: James 4) Immoral conduct affected the early church and God’s miracle stopped happening. The people deviated from the worship of the living God, and substituted it for conducts that God disapproved. Bible detests immoral conducts: Apostle James reproved the early church as stated, “Where do wars and fights come from among you? Do they not come from your desires for pleasure that war in your members? You lust and do not have. You murder and covet and cannot obtain. You fight and war. Yet you do not have because you do not ask. You ask and do not receive, because you ask amiss, that you may spend it on your pleasures” (James 4:1-3). Lesson Against Immoral Conduct A Christian must live a principled lifestyle to enjoy God’s benefits. Christians must prioritize...Read more