O Lamb of God

“John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!””

John 1:29

In the Old Testament, on the night of deliverance from slavery in Egypt, each Israelite family was directed to kill a flawless lamb. And sprinkle its blood on the doorposts of their house.

On that fateful night, the plague of death took the life of the firstborn son in every household, but it passed over the homes that were protected by the blood of the lamb.

The Israelites were saved from certain death not by their works but by the blood of the amb. (See Exodus 12.)

Jesus is our Passover Lamb. The substitute lamb. The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.

He died in our place. And by His death we receive life. And by His blood we are forgiven and accepted as righteous before God the Father.

There is no way we can just make our own sins disappear. But the blood of Jesus, the Lamb of God, purifies us from all our transgressions and opens for each one of us not only a new year…but a new and living way to God.

Let us pray praising and thanking God for canceling our debt and the forgiving of our sins absolutely. Amen.

8 thoughts on “O Lamb of God

  1. Amen and Amen. It is my prayer This morning for God to increase your oil and continue to use you mightily to bless His people. You are blessed Osofo.


  2. A servant in the vineyard of lord may you never lack in wisdom, energy and health bcos his eyes are upon you. May he who has brought you this far, continue to abide with you as you carry his cross throughout the world. Stay blessed my Rev. Fr.


  3. Good morning Rev. Akua
    You have fed many soul’s
    You have touched many lives
    You have comforted many hearts
    You have relaxed many minds
    Many have been blessed through you.
    God richly bless you. Increase you in wisdom and in knowledge. May your household be blessed
    May 2029 bring you JOY, PEACE AND all the desires of your heart. Thanks once more for all the messages througout the year.
    Afehyiapa ooo.


    • Good morning Rebecca. Thank you for your message and thank you for all the encouragement to keep doing this. God bless you and your household and may he grant you in 2019 a peace that surpasses all understanding. Amen.


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