Sunday, November 25, 2018

The ONLY Thing That Can Wash Away The Sins of The World

Each year the world's biggest religious festival takes place with nearly two million pilgrims taking a dip in an Indian holy river that has claimed to have washed away the sins of 120 million people in the last 60 days - (see more of story).

Dear Friends, to keep it simple, a dirty river has ZERO power to forgive a man's transgressions against Almighty God, neither does traditional workings and customs or humanitarian works and efforts towards ones fellow men (Rom. 6:23, Eph. 2:8-9). Since the scattering at Babel the nations of the world have all tried to come up with human remedy to answer the haunting effects of guilt and ones transgressions against Almighty God (Rom 1:18-32). Transgressions are against Almighty God and His ETERNAL and moral absolutes and all must give an account to Him (Rev. 21:11-15). Almighty God has provided a Savior and a RIGHTEOUS remedy to redeem and cleanse man from ALL his transgression and that remedy is found in Jesus Christ (John 3:16-17, 1 John 2:2, 4:10). Listen to what the Word of Almighty God has to say about cleansing.
The next day John seeth Jesus coming unto him, and saith, Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world (John 1:19).
but with precious blood, as of a lamb unblemished and spotless, the blood of Christ (1 Peter 1:19).

The Blood of the Lamb (click on link for the ALL Bible verse which speak of Christ's precious blood)
Nothing But The Blood of Jesus!

What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus; What can make me whole again? Nothing but the blood of Jesus.Oh! precious is the flow, That makes me white as snow; No other fount I know, Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

For my pardon, this I see, Nothing but the blood of Jesus; For my cleansing this my plea, Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

Nothing can for sin atone, Nothing but the blood of Jesus;Naught of good that I have done, Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

This is all my hope and peace, Nothing but the blood of Jesus; This is all my righteousness, Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

Now by this I’ll overcome—Nothing but the blood of Jesus, Now by this I’ll reach my home—Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

Glory! Glory! This I sing—Nothing but the blood of Jesus, All my praise for this I bring—Nothing but the blood of Jesus.

It is only with the blood of the Lamb that one can be clease. Do you know the Savior of the world? May it be that you surely do for then will your sins be washed white as snow (Isa. 1:18)

The Blood of the Lamb (click on link for the ALL Bible verse which speak of Christ's precious blood)

Do You Know the Lamb of God? (a short Bible study)

Sinners Welcome! (Related link)

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Anders Branderud said...

You quote: What can wash away my sin? Nothing but the blood of Jesus; What can make me whole again? Nothing but theblood of Jesus.”

How to live in order to enable the Creator in His loving kindness to provide His kipur –atonement- is outlined in Tan’’kh ; and was also taught by Ribi Yehoshua. Ribi Yehoshua (the Mashiakh; the Messiah) from Nazareth taught in accordance with Tan’’kh the only way to get connection with the Creator, This way is found both in Torah and in Ribi Yehoshuas teachings found in our website –

Anders Branderud

The Ignorant Fishermen said...

Anders, Thanks for you note.

"lehavdil!!! My friend!"
Yeshua, fulfilled the Law (Torah) perfectly! -Romans 10:4 – Something no man can do and was the Lamb of God who "Takes/took away" the sins of the world and was God the Son. Kippur means to cover. The Animals sacrifices (Psalm 40:4-8, 51:16, 17) pointed to the Messiah who would "take away and remove!" not just cover the sins of the world. (Isaiah 53, Daniel 9:26a,) After His death burial and resurrection He is seated at the Right hand of Almighty God as Psalm 110 teaches. He will come again to establish his Kingdom forever Zech13, 14. and will reign from Jerusalem. Selah!

My friend Israel has no Temple, no alter, no High Priest, no atonement etc for almost 2000 years. Did you ever think why? Read Deuteronomy 28-34. I would love to hear you thoughts on this.

My friend may Almighty G-d’s Word be your sole guide and not traditions and teachings of men.

We love the Jew and the nation of Israel! (Genesis 12:2, 3) and do also pray for the peace of Jerusalem with all our hearts!

This link may help you to understand more where we are coming from.

May the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Israel) bless you and lead and guide you by His Holy Spirit and His Word.

David I.F.

Anonymous said...

i love that song, Even though it is said Easter is a pagen holiday, i was born on that day and 6 years later it was on my birthday again. i feel to be humble, and know of his Love, becuase he cleansed me. Jesus Christ the lamb and Son of God humbled himself to become a man to walk this earth and was a living sacrafice for all of the worlds sins. So we could beleive on him and we are then cleansed of sin and givin eternal life. How wonderfull is the Gospel of Jesus Christ. i must say that as much as a child there was a Easter basket full of plastic grass, sugar eggs and jelly beans, the worlds way of diversion, Do NOT be diverted in this Revelation by Jesus. [Gospel of John 14 verse 26,27]. And may his Holy Spirit Guide all of us according to his will and purpose. And to him give all the Glory and Honour, For truly without him, i, you can do nothing...........

salvage said...

Yeah, it's their crazy superstitions that are wrong, yours are the right ones.

I love it when theists do this, like watching kids argue about Pokemon.

Anonymous said...

We ALL fall short of the Glory of God. It is not my righteousness, but HIS Righteousness, His Blood, His Atoning Sacrifice, that allows me to stand. Even today, many still look for the saving grace, a savior, in their own works. It is through His Grace, His Mercy, do I stand - forever - it is His Glory that allows my works to show through as a light upon a weary world.

The Ignorant Fishermen said...

Amen! It's all about Him and His saving grace and mercy! (John 15:1-7, Rom 10:2-4)