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Who says Jesus Christ did not taste of death? That person must definitely be the worst calumnious candidate of Satanism. The death of the holy One of Israel had already gone the way of Divine ukase way back in Genesis 3:15 “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.” By ‘bruise his heel’, the humanity of Jesus is meant. Jesus Christ died on the cross; He rose on the third day to deal a destructive, bruising blow on the Devil’s head. Why do you think God demanded Isaac’s sacrificial trial from Abraham? It is to legitimize a spiritual phenomenon: the LORD God experiments a similitude of event on terra firma. God would not go to any other person – who would disappoint Him –; to Abraham, His friend, whose faith in the Creator is definitely Gibraltar fixed, God went to perform a similitude of the ultimate Golgotha soteriological arrangement. Salvation must be sanguineous. The life of the Adamic creation is in his blood. For the sinner to regain fellowship with his Creator, blood must pay for blood. When they committed the original sin, a quadruped was killed, not only to engage in the exchange of the sinless animals for the Adamic sinfulness, but also and very importantly, to propitiate God. Read More


Is there any smidgeon of doubt concerning the good reason why He will remember His covenant with Israel, and why it must be an everlasting testament? The blood had, from eternity past, spoken better things into the yet to be created best of creationism specimen of beings, the Adamic reality of elevation. Israel had a mentioning from Genesis chapter three (fig tree). It says somewhere, “First to the Jews, then to the Gentiles.” These days of grace the true Israel is the born again Christian, upon whom is the divine lavishness of the Golgotha salvific blood. For the sake of the blood, of eternality is the remembrance of the covenant. We do not live by the letter of the law again, as recipients of divine grace; the law requires another killing of a sacrificial lamb. The death, resurrection, ascension and the culmination of the session of Jesus continues to propitiate by the reason of Him being our perpetual High Priest.Read More