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October 7, 2018

October 7, 2018

Judy Hollaway


July 1

Running with Jesus 


 Luke 22:20  Likewise also the cup after supper, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood, which is shed for you.


(“After supper he took another cup of wine and said, “This cup is the new covenant between God and his people—an agreement confirmed with my blood, which is poured out as a sacrifice for you.”)


      Jesus was in the upper room and history was changing for eternity.  Heaven was watching and waiting all that was going on with God and man. He would soon fulfill his mission, the cross, yet He meets with His beloved disciples to explain the New Covenant with all mankind.  The long awaited time was here for man to be delivered from the penalty of sin.    He explained his body would be broken and his blood poured out that we could finally be restored to our maker and His spirit could come to dwell and walk with us again and we could have eternal life.  He would be the final Passover Lamb and man would be delivered from the penalty of sin. And man could be at peace with God.   

      Let me ask you have you experienced an upper room meeting with Him? If not He invites you to come and see what happened on the day He would die and shed His blood and give his body to be broken that you can have eternal life. So your burdens could be rolled away.  He invites you to enter into the blood covenant that will last for all eternity. I remember my day, do you have one? If not Jesus is waiting, climb up into the upper room. It will change your attitude toward life when you have been set free! Our run through life is easier when you are not loaded down with guilt. Can I get an amen!


 Father, we thank You for shedding Your blood for our sin and bearing our sin on the cross. Thank You for letting us in the last supper room so we can understand what you did for us. Help us keep a thankful attitude all day because we are free! Help us live as a free people! Thanks for removing our guilt! 


Let’s look at the word remember, tomorrow.

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