Blood of Christ Number Two

Old Testament Informed Life

The concept of the blood of Christ is rooted in the Old Testament.

In the Old Testament, God required the Israelites to make sacrifices of animals in order to atone for their sins.

These sacrifices were a foreshadowing of the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus Christ would make.

When Jesus Christ died on the cross, he shed his blood.

This blood was a sacrifice that was greater than any animal sacrifice that had ever been made before.

It was a sacrifice that was able to atone for the sins of all people, not just the Israelites.

The blood of Christ is a powerful symbol of God’s love and forgiveness.

It is a reminder that God is willing to forgive us, no matter how great our sins may be.

It is also a reminder that we have hope for eternal life, because of the sacrifice that Jesus Christ made on our behalf.

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