Are you enjoying your blood covenant with God?

Dec 6, 2021Mystery of the Blood Covenants, Theology0 comments

Do you know you can have a very enjoyable relationship with God? And this is even if you are nowhere near to being a perfect person. Having a blood covenant relationship with God is what makes this possible. So, are you enjoying your blood covenant with God?

Blood Covenants are the pathway to the abundant life

The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.

John 10:10 (KJV)

God’s plan is for men and women to have a full, abundant, and blessed life. This includes having an enjoyable intimate relationship with Him. Yet most people are uncomfortable or are fearful of getting too close to Him.  If we hear anything at all about God, it is likely to be that he made us, but that we are fallen. We may not be living a perfect life in our own sight, or in His. Furthermore, we may hear that there is indeed a price to pay for sin. This feeds our fears, self-doubt, anxiety, and trepidation. However, know that while the Bible warns us of a penalty for sin, it also tells us that we can turn for help to very good God.

God invites us to enter an amazing blood covenant relationship

God makes a way to overcome our imperfections. He offers a unique relationship that will allow Him to legally give us what we could never do on our merit.  There is a mechanism God put in place to deliver to us the right relationship, spiritual acceptance, and full forgiveness for all sin. It is not just to ask Jesus to forgive your sins or try to be a better person. It is to graciously accept His invitation to enter a blood covenant relationship with Father God, his Son Jesus Christ, and His Holy Spirit.

Not all blood covenants are the same

The Bible is the story of many blood covenants. They are underscoring the events in every book of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. A better understanding of differing blood covenants will lead to a dramatically better understanding of all Scripture. Unveiling the secret of enjoying covenant grace, faith, and favor, is the secret to enjoying an intimate relationship with the Father God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. This amazing love-based relationship is available to those with ears to hear and eyes to see it.

Unveiling the secret to enjoying your blood covenant with God.  

There is a secret to enjoying the benefits and avoiding the potential downside of a blood covenant relationship. The secret is to understand what they are and how they work. Cutting blood covenants, for better or for worse, has influenced our lives since the very beginning of life on earth. Blood covenants form the foundation of ancient civilizations, world religions, marriage, and more.

The Mystery of the Blood Covenants book unveils the mystery of the how and whys of the cutting of blood covenants. The most important thing you will learn about making blood covenants is this: God put them in motion to ultimately redeem us from sin, sickness, grief, and fear. The blood covenant that Jesus made available to us can restore our right relationship with our Creator. This can lead to enjoying your blood covenant with God. In conclusion, this can lead to an abundant, blessed, enviably fortunate, and spiritually prosperous life.

Photo by Pastor Thomas Taylor


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You might also be interested in

Overcoming the Spirit of Fear

Overcoming the spirit of fear. All Christians can overcome the spirit of fear. There are Bible remedies to fear in the same verses that warn us about the spirit of fear. In fact, we are encouraged in the Bible to fear not 144 times. Most often this is because in the...

Why did Jesus often heal on the Sabbath?

Why did Jesus often heal on the Sabbath? Many times healing took place when people came to hear him teach because they heard about him healing others. Often Jesus heals people who are even not expecting it, on the Sabbath. But, why on the Sabbath? This infuriated the...