Let us enter into the Secret Place of the Most High…

By the Blood of Jesus, we are invited to boldly come into the Holy of Holies – the Inner Sanctum / The Secret Place of the Most High…

Thanks to Jesus’ propitious sacrifice and His shed blood on Calvary’s cross the Bible says that now we can boldly come into God’s presence (Heb 4:16).

Psalm 91
Safety of Abiding in the Presence of God

This Psalm is often called the “Soldier’s Prayer,” and is a popular choice when asking for God’s protection and safety.

As Christians, we know about the blood, sing hymns about the blood, and remember it during Communion.

But how many of us truly know how deep its power runs, and all that it has provided for us?

Even more important—how many of us use it and apply it in our lives every day?

From Genesis to Revelation, the words the blood are kept before our eyes—a reminder of its importance and significance to God and to us.

The sacrifices of Abel, Noah and Isaac, and the Passover lamb, and the giving of the Law all came to pass, but “not without blood” (Hebrews 9:7, NKJV).

The blood symbolizes cleansing and purification—the settling of a matter.

God is love. And the greatest expression of His love toward us is the blood of Jesus.

That love covers every need man has had or ever will have, and every time we apply the blood, we experience an outpouring of this love.

It is love, through the blood, that has created a barrier between you and all the works of the devil.

“Of all the glorious things that the blood means, this is one of the most glorious: His blood is the sign, the measure, yes, the impartation of His love.”
— Andrew Murray

Let’s elevate the blood of Jesus to the same place in our hearts that it has in God’s heart—and awaken in our spirits those powerful things the blood has procured for us.

The power of the blood of Jesus has provided everything you need to live a life of victory, including redemption, fellowship, healing, protection and authority over the devil.

1) Redemption Through the Blood of Jesus

“We have redemption through His blood.” –Ephesians 1:7 (NKJV)

2) Fellowship With God Through the Blood of Jesus

“Having boldness to enter the Holiest by the blood of Jesus.” –Hebrews 10:19 (NKJV)

3) Healing Through the Blood of Jesus

“By His stripes we are healed.” –Isaiah 53:5 (NKJV)

4) Protection Through the Blood of Jesus

“When I see the blood, I will pass over you.” –Exodus 12:13 (KJV)

The blood of the Lamb is inexhaustible and never-ending.

It is an unlimited supply.

When we apply the blood of Jesus to the doorposts of our lives in faith—we access the power to defeat every part of the curse that tries to take residence.

When you speak the Name of Jesus in the face of sickness, disease or danger, the blood of the Lamb is behind it, and you are protected!

Selah (let us pause and calmly think about these things)

Tuesday, May 10
cFaith Devotional

by Larry Ollison

You access the protective power of Psalm 91 by speaking the blood covenant over your household.

Some people may call this a “name it and claim it” or a “blab it and grab it” theology.

They’re right! We are responsible for what we claim and what we refuse to claim.

We must know God’s Word well enough to know what He wants us to have.

Once we can “name” the promise, then we must “claim” the promise.

To study the Word and know about the promises of God is not enough and will never set you free.

Only when we acknowledge and act on His promise in faith will we bring it into reality for us.

Psalm 91 is the same kind of protection that the Hebrews had when they put the blood on the doorpost.

But we have a better covenant. We don’t have to kill a lamb or go through a ritual.

We have only to believe in and speak the blood of Jesus, and the blood of Jesus goes onto the door of our house to protect us.

Don’t you think that sounds like a better covenant?

Here are six steps that cover all we need to do as Christians to access the power.

First, you become righteous. You do that by getting saved.

Second, once you’re saved, you abide in His Word.

Third, you speak your heart. If you’re abiding in His Word, what you speak from your heart will be His Word.

Fourth, you develop a lifestyle of faith. This is an important step. I call it walking in holiness.

Fifth, you access the spirit realm in the name and by the blood of Jesus through the words of your mouth.

Sixth, you get ready to receive because miracles are about to happen.

Source: Life is in The Blood by Larry Ollison

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