The next day John saw Jesus coming to him and said, Look! There is the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world! John 1:29... The sins of the world were resting squarely on Adam's shoulders. In Romans 5:12 we see that by one man sin entered into the world. So, Adam had all the sin on his shoulders. Can you just imagine Pappa, Holy Spirit, and Jesus looking on Adam and seeing the guilt and shame he wore? Can't you imagine Jesus looking to God the Father and saying, "I can't stand it any longer,I'm going to get him." The Father said, "You know what it will take." Jesus replied, Yes, my blood and my life. At Calvary, when He said, "My God, why have you forsaken me?" Jesus felt Adam's loneliness, pain and shame. In the book written by Nicodemus, he gives the account of Jesus going into hell and rescuing those imprisoned by satan. Who do you think was the first one He rescued? It was our grandfather Adam! I believe Adam felt the same as we should feel now...THANKFUL. Behold the Lamb of God who has taken away the sins of the world. What can take away my sin? Nothing but the blood of JESUS!!!Thank You Jesus.
IN WHOM WE HAVE REDEMPTION THROUGH HIS BLOOD, EVEN THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS. COLOSSIANS 1:14... Did you know that the blood of a baby in the womb never comes in contact with the mother and that it is contributed by the male seed, not by the female egg? This was a divine plan of God when He designed men & women. God knew He would need to send a Savior into the world to redeem them!!! We all need a SAVIOR and only the blood of Jesus can cleanse us and make us white as snow!!! Redeem means to pay a price to ransom someone. Our redemption could only be bought with the perfect, pure blood of Jesus. The blood of Jesus came from the Holy Spirit when He overshadowed Mary, therefore the blood of Jesus was completely pure. His blood was the only blood that could pay for our sins because it came directly from God and was never contaminated with sin. It was the perfect payment and sacrifice for our forgiveness!!!The blood of Christ is still cleansing and washing us today as much as it did two t