Friday, April 22, 2016

The Blood of the Lamb will protect you from Hashem's wrath: are you covered in Yeshua's Blood?

"The blood will be a sign for you on the houses where you are. I'll see the blood and pass over you. There will be no plague to destroy you when I strike the land of Egypt." Exodus 12:13

The powerful deliverance of the Hebrews from the land of Egypt

Despite all the plagues that were hitting him and the people of Egypt, Pharao would not let Hashem's people go. It must have been very hard to experience slavery and captivity. The Israelites have been taught to rely on God only. They faced extreme situations during which their faith was challenged tremendously.

The last plague that would eventually hit Egypt would be a terrible sanction from the Eternal.

"For that night, I will pass through the land of Egypt and kill all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both men and animals; and I will execute judgment against all the gods of Egypt; I am ADONAI. The blood will serve you as a sign marking the houses where you are. I will pass over you when I strike the land of Egypt, the death blow will not strike you."

Exodus 12:12-13, Complete Jewish Bible

A lamb without blemish

With the coming of Passover tonight, the prophetic meaning of the Blood of Lamb is more actual than ever. All the people, Jew and Gentile, who accepted Yeshua our Messiah's Sacrifice, will be protected from Hashem's wrath.
The terrible Day of the Lord that has been announced for Centuries is approaching.
The moral decay of our contemporary world has reached unprecedented levels. 
Rabbi Kaduri prophesied Yeshua's return after Ariel Sharon's death ( that happened in January 2014).
I am convinced that our Messiah's return is IMMINENT and much closer than you may think.
Do not meet the King of the Kings unprepared. Accept His grace while it still lasts.

My question to all of you, Jew and Gentile, is: " are you covered in Yeshua's Blood?"

Copyright© by Isabelle Esling

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