The Holy, Perfect Blood of Jesus 

Jesus Christ died for the life of the world (John 6:51).
His death allows mankind to be saved and receive eternal life (John 3:16; John 6:51).
Jesus’ sacrifice and death is an eternal mystery and revelation.
Jesus shed His blood and died on the cross for mankind (John 3:16, 3:36, 5:24, 11:25-26)
As revealed in the Bible, God is very specific about the glorious, eternal, infinite importance of Jesus’ blood.

The Blood of Jesus: from Eternity to Eternity

The blood of Jesus is from eternity to eternity.
Jesus is the lamb slain from the foundation of the world (Revelation 13:8).
And His blood is preserved and will last forever in heaven (Hebrews 9:12).
Jesus’ blood came straight from heaven and returned to heaven after His resurrection (Luke 1:35, Hebrews 9:12).

Jesus’ Blood Represents the Holy Life of God

Jesus’ blood represents the holy life of God.
The value of the blood of Jesus corresponds to the value of the life that is in it – the holy, perfect life of God (Luke 1:35, 1 Peter 1:18-19).
The life of the flesh is in the blood (Leviticus 17:11a). Jesus’ blood contains the very life of God.
God created the seed of Jesus and His blood in Mary’s womb (Luke 1:35).
In fact, in Luke 1:35, Gabriel called Jesus “the Holy One.”

Jesus’ Body and Blood

During His ministry as a man, the Lord Jesus revealed much about his sacrifice, His body, and His blood.
In John 6, the bread of life passage, Jesus revealed He is the bread of life and that He would give His body for the life of the world (John 6:51).
He spoke about His body and blood being food and drink (John 6:55). He revealed that unless someone eats His flesh and drinks His blood, they have no life in them (John 6:53).
Jesus revealed communion, declaring that the bread is His body and the wine is His blood (Matthew 26:26-28). He commanded His people to take communion in remembrance of Him (Luke 22:19).

Glorious Results of Jesus’ Shedding
His Blood and Dying

Jesus shed His blood so that we can receive and experience: redemption, reconciliation, forgiveness, cleansing, sanctification, victory, and life.
Jesus died so that we can be saved, find eternal life, live forever, and infinitely, eternally more.

When Jesus brought his blood into heaven, seven things happened:
1. Redemption- we are bought back. “Let the redeemed of the Lord say so.” Satan has no right to touch your life or your family.
2. Reconciliation
3. Forgiveness
4. Cleansing
5. Sanctification
6. Victory
7. Life