The True Power of the Blood of Jesus: A Life-Changing Revelation

Today, I want to share with you a powerful revelation about the power of the blood of Jesus that has the potential to transform your faith and ignite a new passion for evangelism. Let’s dive deep into the scriptures and explore the true power of the blood of Jesus.

The Life is in the Blood: Understanding Leviticus 17:11

Leviticus 17:11 states, “For the life of the flesh is in the blood, and I have given it for you on the altar to make atonement for your souls. For it is the blood that makes atonement for the life.”

This verse reveals a fundamental truth: blood establishes covenant. It brings people together. In the spiritual realm, blood is powerful. While there are demonic covenants shed through human blood, we have access to a greater blood – the blood of the Lamb, Jesus Christ.

The blood of Jesus breaks demonic vows and covenants. We need this blood over our cities, our families, and our lives. The enemy knows the power of blood, which is why practices like abortion can be seen as a form of counterfeit blood covenant. But the blood of Jesus is infinitely more powerful.

Isaiah 53:12 – The Blood Shed for Many

In Isaiah 53:12, we read, “Therefore I will divide him a portion with many, and he shall divide the spoil with the strong, because he poured out his soul to death and was numbered with the transgressors; yet he bore the sin of many, and makes intercession for the transgressors.”

This prophecy about Jesus reminds us that His blood was shed for many. In our diverse church, we see people of every color, age, and background united by one thing: the blood of Jesus. While the world tries to divide us along political, racial, or gender lines, what truly matters is who’s covered by the blood.

The Passover: A Pattern for the New Testament

Exodus 12:21-23 describes the Passover, which serves as a pattern for understanding the power of Jesus’ blood in the New Testament. The Israelites were instructed to take a lamb, slay it, and apply its blood to their doorposts using hyssop.

This act of applying the blood is crucial. Many Christians today have left the blood in the basin, so to speak. We need to actively apply the blood of Jesus to our lives through testimony and declaration.

Testifying of the Blood

One of the most powerful ways to apply the blood of Jesus is through testimony. When we share our stories of redemption and transformation, we’re essentially sprinkling the blood of Jesus in the spiritual realm.

At our church, we’ve seen former witches, warlocks, and individuals from various backgrounds testify about the power of Jesus in their lives. This act of testimony not only brings freedom to others but also produces division – just as Jesus’ ministry did. Some receive it as freedom, while others see it as foolishness.

Persecution and Unity

As Christians in 2024, we need to be prepared to live in tension. We may face persecution for our faith, but this persecution can also bring unity among believers. When external threats are greater than internal divisions, we unite with people we might not typically associate with.

We’re experiencing a time of both division and unity. People leaving various lifestyles and communities to follow Christ may face persecution from their former associates. At the same time, others from those same communities are becoming sons and daughters of the King. We must learn to live in this tension and stand firm in our faith.

Being Disruptive for the Kingdom

It’s time for Christians to take a stand in their workplaces, communities, and social circles. While everyone else seems to have an opinion, we often remain silent. But revival is disruptive, and the blood of Jesus is disruptive.

We need to break free from people-pleasing spirits and be willing to make a scene for the Kingdom. If we don’t apply the blood through our testimony and actions, people around us may fall victim to the very things we were afraid to help them overcome.

Splattering the Blood

When people are in our proximity, are we spraying them with the saliva of gossip, or are we dispersing the blood of Jesus to cover them? Our conversations should leave people covered in the blood of Jesus, not in shame, guilt, or condemnation.

We need to multiply grace and peace by sprinkling and splattering the blood through our testimony. Everyone with a testimony is qualified to share it.

The Humility of the Blood

One of the most powerful aspects of the blood is how it brings humility. When we remember who we were before the blood and who we are after, it cultivates a deep sense of humility in our hearts.

We live in an era where people are trying to build fame and influence, but they’ve lost the revelation of who they were before the blood. When you never forget where you came from, there’s a joy in your salvation that gets renewed regularly.

The Call to Evangelism

I believe that the mantle of evangelism is about to be deposited upon many people. We don’t need more talking heads or Christian commentators. We need people who can testify and lead others to Jesus.

My challenge to every Christian is this: Within the next year, lead as many people to Jesus as possible. When you pursue this goal, you’ll find that you need the Holy Spirit more than ever. The Holy Spirit isn’t just for feel-good worship experiences; He empowers us to be witnesses.

Embracing the Power of the Holy Spirit in Evangelism

When we evangelize, we need the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit. Prophecy isn’t just for confused Christians; it’s a declaration to the lost that God knows them intimately. The word of knowledge isn’t something to be exploited for profit; it’s evidence that people are known by God.

We need to shift our understanding of the Holy Spirit from a luxury for spoiled Christians to a necessity for an army of evangelists. When we begin to evangelize, we’ll discover the true power and purpose of the Holy Spirit in our lives.

Stepping into Your Evangelistic Role

If you feel the Holy Spirit convicting you right now, respond to that conviction. Maybe you are seeing the faces of those God wants you to lead to Him. He’s given you favor with them, and as you share your testimony, you’ll splatter them with the blood of Jesus, and they will come to Him.

It’s time to step out of the accusation room and into the room of testimony. Let’s make this declaration together:

“Heavenly Father, I submit and surrender to your will and your way. Wash me with your blood. Renew my mind. Holy Spirit, empower me to be your witness, to lead those that you have placed around me, to splatter them with your blood. Father, I’m available. Father, I’m willing. Where I am weak, You are strong. Where I am deficient, You’ll give me the words. I will obey. I will walk out Your will in Your way. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”

In conclusion, the power of the blood of Jesus is not just a theological concept – it’s a life-changing reality that should impact every aspect of our lives. As we embrace this truth and allow it to transform us, we’ll become powerful witnesses for Christ, leading others to experience the same freedom and redemption we’ve found. Let’s commit to applying the blood, sharing our testimonies, and living as bold evangelists in a world that desperately needs the hope only Jesus can provide.


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