We as believers have an appetite over all people who are invaluable and whom God encourages us to use, that is to pray, expect prayer answers and thanks!
Devoted woman in prayer, covered, hugely important. When we believers are together, there are more angels than humans. Therefore, prayer with cover is hugely important.
Psalm 6. 9 Turn from me, all ye that do wrong; For the Lord hath heard the voice of my cry, 10 The Lord hath heard my petition, the Lord receiveth my prayer. 11 All my enemies shall be ashamed, and shall be greatly troubled; they should return, be ashamed at a moment.
The Lord welcomes my prayer, it is wonderful.
At the same time, it says that God puts the ear to a righteous man's / woman's prayer.
1 Pet. 3. 12 For the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, and his ears are turned unto their prayer; But the face of the Lord is upon them that do evil.
But we as believers are not righteous in ourselves, but only because of the blood of Jesus. It is in this blood that we have the boldness, the opportunity, and the opportunity to invade God with our lives on a daily basis.
Heb. 10. 19 So then, brethren, in the blood of Jesus, we have the confidence to enter into the sanctuary;
It is that boldness - in the blood of Jesus we shall not cast from us but avail ourselves of.
Heb. 10. 35 Therefore do not cast away your boldness, which hath great reward.
It is because of Jesus' work on Calvary that Jesus both overcame Satan and the army of darkness. But what is even more important and bigger is that Jesus' blood fully satisfied God. Therefore, when we pray in the name of Jesus, we pray as if "we were Jesus,"
Don't mess it up.
What does Jesus' blood tell us?
It's like a shield that covers us, but it's something even bigger and more important than this. It is that Jesus' blood fully satisfies God, which allows us to look up to Him and not blush.
Psalm 34. 5. They looked up to him and shone with joy, and their face never shuddered.
Before Calvary and without Calvary, we never had the opportunity to enter God. But in the GT, by various ordinances, a "temporary" permit was granted that was confirmed each year by the Great Day of Atonement. But this was not perfect, but it is now through Jesus' sacrifice, death and resurrection.
Here from my Bible commentaries Hebrews 9. 11 But Christ has come as the chief priest for the salvation goods we now have. He has gone through the tent which is bigger and more perfect, and which is not made of human hand, that is, who does not hear this created the world.
Jesus entered the very original temple in heaven. This he did shortly after the resurrection. Then in the tent that is bigger and more perfect, and which is not made of human hand, that is, who does not hear this created the world.
12 Not with blood of goats and calves, but with his own blood he entered into the sanctuary once for all, and thus he gained an eternal redemption.
Blood of the goats and calves had since Moses until Jesus been sacrificed in millions of animals. It had provided a temporary forbearance from God's side.
In the basic text and the 1930 translation it does not say that he won. But: 12 and not with the blood of the goats and calves, but with their own blood, once entered into the sanctuary, and found eternal redemption. The right thing is that he found.
13 True, the blood of the goats and the oxen is holy and pure in the outside, as is the water of the ashes of an heifer, when it is sprinkled on the unclean.
That it provided a temporary and a forbearance from God's side when he was merely waiting to send his own Son as a perfect and unloving sacrifice is what God's word says. But after Jesus, it is a mockery of God himself to sacrifice something that might be after the old covenant.
14 How much more then shall the blood of Christ cleanse our conscience from dead works, that we may serve the living God. Christ, by virtue of an eternal Spirit, has carried himself out as a ruthless sacrifice to God.
Notice the wording: How much more and other places do the authors say how much better etc. Jesus is both much more an all that was brought before God after the sacrifices of the old covenant, and he is infinitely better when he is a perfect and unloving victims whom God the Father himself has acknowledged and approved.
15 Then Christ is the intermediary of a new covenant. He died, and it was redeemed from the transgressions during the first covenant, that those called may receive the eternal inheritance promised.
When the Old Testament sacrifices were determined to be time-limited and they were imperfect, they were removed and gone for the Calvary work to apply and the covenant that is in His blood is applicable.
16 It is with the covenant as with a will: it must be proved that the one who created it is dead.
At the death of Jesus, a new covenant was created which is a zero percent human being involved in.
But a hundred percent only God. No human being can embellish or replace the Calvary. It is only a work of God and Him alone.
17 Only when he is dead is it valid; It does not come into effect as long as he lives.
There are some who claim that Jesus did not die at Go lgata. But the scripture teaches that he also physically died and was dead for three days and three nights. Do not spend time documenting it, but this is not a matter of course for everyone. Many rumors have been put out among people that Jesus descended from the cross and that he was among others a must have married Maria Magdalene as he had driven 7 evil spirits out and who was a former prostitute and moved to India, and had children and died a natural death there. This is purely spun and pimples from end to end.
18 Therefore, even the first covenant was not consecrated without blood.
Here Paul refers to what Moses did. Exodus 24 3 And Moses came and preached unto the people all the words of the Lord, and all the laws; And all the people answered with one voice: All the words which the LORD hath spoken we will observe. 4 And Moses wrote all the words of the LORD, and rose up early in the morning, and built an altar under the mountain, and twelve pillars for the twelve tribes of Israel. 5 And he sent there a certain young men of the children of Israel, and offered burnt offerings, and offered sacrifices of oxen for a sacrifice unto the LORD. 6 And Moses took half of the blood, and poured it out into bowls; and he sprinkled half of the blood on the altar. 7 Then he took the book of the covenant and read it to the people. And they said, We will do all that the LORD hath spoken, and obey. 8 And Moses took the blood, and sprinkled it upon the people; And he said, Behold, this is the blood of the covenant, the covenant which the LORD establisheth with you in all these words.
19 When Moses had declared to all the people all the commandments that were in the law, he took the blood of the calves and the goats with water, scarlet wool, and hyssop, then sprinkled the blood on both the scroll and the people.
This was right after the laws of Sinai and after those commandments were announced as none of them could and were able to follow, it needed Divine grace to create equilibrium and balance. By shedding blood someone declares guilty and must die. Therefore, there was always an animal sacrificed in someone else's place.
20 And said, "This is the blood of the covenant which God hath set for you."
A covenant is a conclusion for two or more people who agree on something. The inclusion of blood here signifies that the Sinai Pact is imperfect as opposed to the perfect Calvary covenant.
21 At the same time he sprinkled blood on the tent and on all the vessels used during the service.
Now it becomes too extensive to go into detail. But I draw the readers' attention to either reading in the books of Moses or even studying the Bible commentaries on the books of Moses.
22 By virtue of the law, almost all things are cleansed with blood, and sin is not forgiven without blood being shed.
The blood was essential all the time because in the blood there is life and life is in the blood. By constantly being a bloodshed between God and man, he carried over with the children of Israel even when they had sinned. But the condition for this was that one lived and practiced this.
23 So the earthly images of the heavenly things must be purified in this way. But the heavenly sanctuary itself must be purified by sacrifices that are better than these.
When we talk about Moses and the whole of the old covenant, it is a model of what Jesus did and what he represents in the living God in the heavenly sanctuary. Jesus is our great priest and high priest.
24 For Christ did not enter into a sanctuary made by human hand and is merely a picture of the true sanctuary. He entered heaven itself; now, for our sake, he should come before the face of God.
What the High Priest exemplified on the Great Day of Atonement really made Jesus real and real after the resurrection. Then he brought forth his own blood and found eternal redemption and salvation. All this was for our sake.
25 He did not go in to sacrifice himself several times, as the high priest enters into the sanctuary year after year with blood that is not his own.
We see constantly that the models are lame and deficient. But they are there telling us what happened and telling them that God the Father required perfection that only Christ alone is.
26 In that case, he must have suffered many times since the foundation of the world. But now he has manifested himself once and for all at the end of time to annihilate sin by his sacrifice.
We understand that the high priest's sacrifice was never good enough for God the Father, therefore, God had to have a new sacrifice each year because of the infirmity with us humans. But Jesus' sacrifice was so perfect and the blood was without any trace of sin in it!
27 Likewise, as it is man's lot to die once and then come to judgment,
It is a fact that every man must admit, death catches up with him sooner or later. But then there is a judgment if one does not accept Jesus and is saved and born again!
28 So also Christ is sacrificed once to take away the sins of many, and after that he shall appear again, not for the sake of sin, but to save those who wait for him.
Jesus took away his sin by his sacrifice on Calvary and after the resurrection he bore the blood in the Father in heaven and there he found and found an eternal fo redemption and salvation for all of us. Just as sure he came into the world, he wants to come back into two departments.
1.) but to save those who are waiting for him.
2.) 2.Tess. 1. 7 But as for you, you need to have peace with us, when our Lord Jesus is revealed from heaven with the angels of his power, 8 with flames, when he takes revenge on those who do not know God, and on those who are not obedient to ours. The gospel of the Lord Jesus, 9 who will suffer punishment, an everlasting perdition from the face of the Lord and from the glory of his power, 10 when he comes in the day to be glorious in his saints and marvelous in all believers - for believed ours testimony to you.
Since we have these promises, which are quite huge. Scripture says:
2 Pet. 1. 4 And thereby having given us the greatest and most expensive promises, that ye might partake of them in divine nature, as ye flee from the ruin of the world, which cometh from desire;
We have said the scripture "the greatest and most expensive promises." Then we should and should have used this every day.
For every occasion we need and want it.
Everything knows and through Jesus' blood and His atonement and resurrection.
Everything is made available to us, can we get better and have better?
Have glorious and greater opportunities? No, therefore pray to God in the name of Jesus every day!