3. Jesus is our advocate.
Heb 7:25. “Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them.” Jesus lives to save us to the utmost. In the court room of heaven a lot of spiritual activities takes place. The devil has limited access to that court room, he comes to accuse. Do not forget that he is the accuser of the brethren and he is very legalistic. He knows the law. Whenever he accuses us, Jesus Christ being our active intercessor, will say ‘no way, I shed my blood. I laid down my life for them.’ Isn’t that wonderful? Unfortunately, there are many people that also engage in the ministry of accusing the brethren. They do not know that they are playing on the side of the devil. May you not be part of them in the name of Jesus. Jesus lives to intercede, and advocate for us. Thank God the blood of Jesus is always speaking better things for us. The devil will never have anything to celebrate concerning your destiny in Jesus name.


  • Jesus please reveal yourself to me as my personal advocate in the court room of heaven in the name of Jesus. I thank you that even when I do not have this revelation you are already advocating and mediating for me. Thank you Jesus, I celebrate your advocacy, I celebrate your intercession. Thank you so much, may your name be magnified. Amen

4. The revelation of Jesus Christ as our redeemer.
Galatians 3: 13. Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us, for it is written cursed is he that hangeth on a tree. He has redeemed us from the curse of the law. If you want to see what Jesus has done for us, try to read Deut 28:15-68. From this chapter you will find out that there are more curses than the blessings. There are many limitations of the law and that is why it is very difficult to keep. Thank God we have a better covenant sealed with the precious blood of Jesus Christ, God’s son.


  • Father thank you so very much for Jesus Christ our redeemer. Thank you for sending Jesus to redeem us from sin and the curse of the law so we can enjoy the blessings of Abraham and the presence of the Holy Spirit through faith in Christ. Amen.


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