The Passion and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ 

The Passion, suffering, crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ is a most holy, sacred subject and is truly beyond human words.
God loves the world so much, He gave and sent Jesus to suffer and die for mankind. Those who believe in Jesus receive eternal life and shall never perish (John 3:16).
For all eternity, all of heaven will honor, revere, proclaim – and infinitely more – the sacrifice of Jesus.
Within His Passion and death, Jesus’ blood is also a most holy, sacred subject.
Just like God Himself, the blood of Jesus is an eternal, everlasting mystery and revelation.
At the same time, His blood can be a reality to those who let the Holy Spirit reveal the blood and its power.
As with our entire most holy faith, only the Holy Spirit can reveal the blood of Jesus Christ.

Jesus is Alive – Forevermore! Amen!

What happened after Jesus shed His blood and died? Three days later, He rose again! Then, He ascended to heaven!
Jesus is alive forevermore! Amen, glory to God forever!
Because of Jesus’ sacrifice, because of His blood and body, we can live and experience eternal life.
Knowing God is the greatest, highest and only privilege for mankind.
Those who know Jesus as Lord and Savior can celebrate Him, forever! Jesus is the Savior! And He is the Lord God Almighty! Amen!
We can celebrate and rest – and infinitely, eternally more – in Him and all that He is.
The new life in Jesus, in the power of the Holy Spirit, is even beyond a celebration. His offer is so glorious and wonderful, human words cannot express it.
Think of it: we can have an eternal relationship with the Lord God Almighty!

Jesus’ offers the riches of the glory of the mystery of knowing the only true God, including: the glory of the Lord, abundant, overflowing

life, divine love, faith, hope, fullness of joy, perfect peace, eternal purpose, harmony, living forever in in heaven, a place of absolute glory, and infinitely more! Amen!
Jesus’ blood and death allows us to become children of God and celebrate the Lord God Almighty, forever! Amen.