The LORD led me to this passage all day today.
I feel his power and anointing flowing and pray all who reads this feels it through the screen. 💥💥
In Genesis, Abel’s blood cried out from the ground.
In Hebrews, the blood of Christ speaks.
Indeed, there is a voice in the blood! Indeed its voice is loud and one that God hears!
“And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel,” Hebrews 12:24.
Abel was a shepherd.
Christ is our Good Shepherd who gave His life for his sheep.
Abel died a violent death at the hand of a relative.
Christ died a violent death at the hand of His own nation.
Abel’s blood cried out from the ground and God heard it.
Christ’s blood speaks for us.
Abel died by force.
Christ died that willing sacrifice. He gave all!
Abel died because of his better sacrifice.
Christ died as the ultimate sacrifice.
Abel’s blood cried for revenge.
Christ’s blood cries for remission, restoration and transformation.
Abel’s blood polluted the ground.
Christ’s blood is preserved in heaven and covers all our sins.
When Abel died, a mysterious voice went up beyond the skies and moved the heart of eternal justice.
Abel’s blood spoke against Cain,
but the blood of Christ speaks for us.
Christ’s blood speaks better things than that of Abel!
Charles Spurgeon said,
“There is no motive for holiness so great as that which streams from the veins of Jesus.”
It redeems, it cleanses, it restores, it Speaks!
The LORD kept taking me back to that dreadful night in Egypt when they were instructed to put the blood on their doorpost.
In my spirit. I can see some walking through those crimson stained doorways right now and shutting the door! Bam!
Enter in and shut the door! 💥💥
The death angel couldn’t enter some of the houses. It was not the type of dwelling. It was not the type of people who resided in the dwelling. One was no better than the other.
The difference was not on the inside, but on the outside! It was the blood on the lintel that caused God to pass over.
“When I see the blood, I will pass over you.”
What does the blood say?
“Your sins are forgiven.
You are reconciled.
You are accepted in the beloved.
You shall never perish.
All things shall be made new!
I AM with you!”
Oh my — it speaks that and so much more!
There is no sound more piercing, more powerful, and more prevailing than the voice of Christ’s blood.
Abel’s blood for vengeance pleaded to the skies. But the blood of our precious Jesus for our pardon cries!
Victory over the world!
Victory over death!
Victory over hell!
Victory over sin!
The blood shouts victory!
You are covered by this crimson banner. Keep it applied to the doorposts!
This is the voice of the blood. And it speaks better things than that of Abel!
Do you hear the voice?
Through every thing, we enter that crimson doorway with confidence in our King that is calling us forth and making all things new.
What voice is that which speaks for me In heavens highest courts and from the curse has made me free?
It is my Jesus’ precious blood!
~ Dana Jarvis
Dana Jarvis has a calling upon her life and Hezekiah’s Wall Ministry came from a Word The LORD spoke to her. His words resonated in her Spirit and is what Hezekiah’s Wall Ministry is all about ~ to Equip, Empower, Encourage, and Raise Up his Sons and Daughters for such a time as this!
A Prophetic Seer/ Intercessor, Minister, Author & Christian Coach/ Prophetic Mentor, Dana is blessed by Abba to be one of His Leading Ladies for such a time as this. Feel free to contact Dana as she would love to hear from you!