If not for Adam we need not a Savior. Watch this creative Gospel Presentation and share it with your friends! 

“And he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he gave it to them, saying, ‘Drink of it, all of you, for this is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.’” Matthew 26:27-28 (ESV)

When God gave up His Son Jesus, He showed His power and awesome might. The Creator became the created – He became flesh, He became man. He would walk among us, suffer like us, and be tempted like us.

This second Adam restored to people from all nations what the first Adam had broken. Jesus (meaning Messiah in Hebrew) Christ (meaning anointed) willingly shed His blood as an innocent man. He did this in order that the blood of the spotless Lamb would allow death to pass over all who believed and trusted in Him.

Jewish days are not like our days. They have and still do start from sundown to sundown, not from sunrise to sunrise. On the first day of Passover, in the evening of the day of His crucifixion all of Israel was sacrificing their lambs. Little did they know that the greatest sacrifice of all time was taking place for them. Little did they know that the blood of the Son of God was shed for them and for all people for all time.

What was broken in the Garden of Eden is now repaired by the blood of Jesus. Now everyone could become God’s chosen people and come back into His very near and intimate presence. We can experience God just as Adam and Eve did in the garden. What power God had put in the blood of His one and only Son! Hallelujah!

Do you believe in the power of the blood? Do you live like you believe it?

God in Heaven, There are no words to properly say thank you for the gift of salvation. Help me to live my life in a way that honors Your sacrifice each and every day. Amen

Take Action

As you celebrate and partake of the Passover as instructed by our Lord, our God, remember the freedom He has bought and paid for us. More than just a cup of wine or grape juice, remember the power of the blood and what it has done for you. 

 



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