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This coming month of April 2020 brings with it Easter also celebrated as the Passover.

Passover (Pesachin Hebrew) is a Jewish festival celebrating the exodus from Egypt and the Israelites’ freedom from slavery to the Egyptians.

Celebrations last at least eight days as they remember the first passover when the plague passed over the houses of the Israelites and did not destroy them. - Exodus 12:13

With most of us inside our homes, Easter celebrations this year will look alot like the first passover celebrations with families breaking bread together and praying together.

The night of the first Passover was the night of the tenth plague.

On that fateful night, God told the Israelites to sacrifice a spotless lamb and mark their doorposts and lintels with its blood (Exodus 12:21–22).

Then, when the Lord passed through the nation, He would “pass over” the households that showed the blood (verse 23). In a very real way, the blood of the lamb saved the Israelites from death, as it kept the destroyer from entering their homes.

The Israelites were saved from the plague, and their firstborn children stayed alive. From then on, every firstborn son of the Israelites belonged to the Lord and had to be redeemed with a sacrifice (Exodus 13:1–2,12; cf.Luke 2:22–24). (Read more)

If the blood of a lamb placed on the doorposts of the houses of the Israelites protected them from the death angel, how much more will the blood of Jesus applied to our hearts by faith and expressed through the partaking of the daily communion?

The greatest weapon ever given to mankind. - The blood of Jesus.

God purchased the church with his own blood. (Acts 20:28).

The blood of Jesus - the one who came by water and blood. (1 John 5:6)

A blood so supernatural when it run red at calvary our sins were washed white. (Rev 7:14)

The blood by which we are released from our sins. (Revelations 1:5-6, 1 John 1:6-9)

The blood that speaks a better word than the blood of Abel. (Hebrews 12:24)

The blood that gives us life. (John 6:53-57)

The blood that cleanses us from dead works. (Hebrews 9:14)

The blood by which Jesus entered the most Holy Place. (Hebrews 9:12)

The blood that sanctifies us. (Hebrews 13:11-13)

The blood through which God demonstrated his righteousness. (Romans 3:25)

The blood through which we have the forgiveness of sins (Ephesians 1:7, Matthew 26:27-28)

The blood by which we are justified and saved from God's wrath. (Romans 5:9)

The blood by which Jesus purchased for God men from every tribe and tongue and people and nation. (Revelations 5:9-10)

The blood through which we overcome the devil. (Revelations 12:10-11)

The signature of the new covenant. (1 Corinthians 11:25, Luke 22:20)

Every crisis brings with it a campaign to look after those that have been affected.

But what campaign or aid work can we possibly start in our human effort that can continuously help the thousands if not millions that will be affected by this crisis?

With struggling food and medical departments, the crisis itself has exposed the limits of our most powerful efforts.

Scripture tell us that the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but that they are mighty to the pulling down of strongholds. (2 Corinthians 10:4)

Is it time that we used the greatest weapon we have to fight back?

Although He was well aware that this would be the night of his greatest agony, the night on which he would be betrayed, Jesus expressed to his disciples that he eagerly desired to celebrate the passover with them. (Luke 22:14).

The tone here is, I need to do this very important thing with you, the most important thing before I go. I need to pass this weapon over to you. This weapon is my blood.

Do this in remembrance of me.

Acts 2:46 tells us that the early church broke bread daily house to house.

Are we letting lie the greatest weapon available to us to fight this crisis.

Shall we go tell the world about it? Especially this Easter season?

With most of us using social media to encourage each other, how about if we turned our profile pictures red and reminded the devil of his defeat?

Will you join me this month and wear red?

Draw the bloodline over your house


"And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death." - Revelation 12:11


"For me, to live is Christ, to die is gain." - Philippians 1:21

#Covered #IAMCovered #WeAreRed #TheboodofJesus #Passover #Easter #stayhome

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