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TO YOU, WHAT DOES THE BLOOD MEAN?
CHRIST'S SACRIFICE ON THE CROSS MADE US CLEAN.
WE WERE LIKE A DIRTY FILTHY RAG .
OUR SINS CAUSED JESUS A HEFTY PRICE TAG.
WE WERE SINNERS WHO COULD NOT BE SAVED.
JESUS CAME BECAUSE WE TERRIBLY MISBEHAVED.
A DIVISION EXISTED BETWEEN GOD AND MAN.
GOD'S CHOSEN PEOPLE WERE LIVING SINFULLY OUTSIDE OF HIS DIVINE PLAN.
OUR LIVES WERE TO END AT PHYSICAL DEATH
THE MOMENT WE TOOK OUR LAST BREATH
BEHOLD JESUS CAME OFF HIS HEAVENLY THRONE
TO SAVE US BECAUSE WE WERE IN A DEADLY DANGER ZONE
OUR SINS LED JESUS TO THE CROSS.
WE WERE OPERATING AT A LOSS.
JESUS IS OUR PERFECT LAMB.
HAD ANYONE ELSE TRIED TO SACRIFICE FOR US , IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A SCAM.
HAD TO BE SPOTLESS,WITHOUT BLEMISHES AND FREE FROM SIN
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF OUR LORD JESUS OUTSIDE AND WITHIN
JESUS DESERVES SO MUCH MORE RESPECT .
OUR SIN DEBT, ONLY HE COULD CORRECT.
ALL HIS LIFE WE OVERLOOKED HIM
EVEN WHEN OUR FUTURE WAS DIM
OH HOW WE MISSED THE MARK!
WHEN JESUS DIED,EVERYTHING BECAME DARK.
FOR OUR SINS, JESUS SUFFERED AND DIED
SO SALVATION WOULD BE FREE AND WORLDWIDE
JESUS DIED,BUT HE DIDN'T STAY DEAD.
THIS MESSAGE OF JESUS IS WIDESPREAD.
HOW CAN WE NOT LIVE A GODLY LIFE?
JESUS IS COMING BACK TO CLAIM THE CHURCH AS HIS WIFE.
HOW CAN WE NOT BE IN AWE?
ON OUR OWN, WE NEVER WOULD HAVE ADEQUATELY FOLLOWED THE LAW.
THE BLOOD OF JESUS IS ON OUR HAND.
EVERY WOMAN,GIRL,BOY AND MAN
OUR SINS ARE FORGIVEN BECAUSE JESUS PAID THE PRICE.
A WORD OF ADVICE, USE THE CROSS,THE BLOOD, THE DEATH, BURIAL AND RESURRECTION AS YOUR MEMORY DEVICE.









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