How am I so sure that this is true? Because Jesus rose from the grave on the third day following His slaughter—proving that He truly is God in the flesh. Jesus’ blood is the only way to get to heaven. He loves each one of us and wants us to place our faith in Him.
Here is our lesson. We must not just say we have courageous faith, we must demonstrate that we have courageous faith. If you want to experience God’s miraculous power in all His glory—you must truly be courageous.
This is why the temple veil was torn apart at the time of Jesus crucifixion. “And when Jesus had cried out again in a loud voice, He gave up His spirit. At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.” (Matthew 27:50-51)
Caiaphas, the High Priest of the Jews at the time of Jesus' crucifixion, was an active participant in persuading the Romans to crucify Jesus. This blog contemplates the very real possibility that Caiaphas, through several miracles that occurred, may have realized that he had caused the murder of the Jewish Messiah.
Many people are clearly upset by the overwhelming presence of blood at the cross of Jesus. This blood was ever present at the altars of both temples in Jerusalem and very clearly of significance to God. Why?
Christian believers can strengthen their faith by learning facts, compelling truths, from the bible. These truths are not always easy to see, but when we dig into the context we learn and grow our faith! "Then the Stones Will Cry Out"
Christian believers can strengthen their faith by learning facts, compelling truths, from the bible. These truths are not always easy to see, but when we dig into the context we learn and grow our faith! "God knows all—the past, the present, and the future!"