The Blood of Jesus

According to the Bible when God saw the blood he actually saw the blood of Jesus, and his blood would pay the debt once and for all mankind. For God to dwell within his people there must a willingness to approach God his way, by the way of grace in Jesus. The Israelites made their sacrifices into a ritual and they rejected Jesus Christ long before he ever came because Jesus was actually the word of God in the flesh, and it was always the word of God that the Jews rejected. One day Jesus will return and the Jews will mourn over this rejection and some will enter into glory. To the believer in Jesus today, the Ark of the Covenant represents God dwelling within the heart of anyone who loves him, and has received his free gift.

By His Stripes We Are Healed - Isaiah 53:5

Table of Contents: The Ark of the Covenant, The Presence of God, Brief Summary, Biblical Description, The Mercy Seat, The Tabernacle, The History of Israel, David, Solomon, Israel and Judah, Israel's Rejection, The Second Temple, The Temple of Herod, What Happened to the Ark of the Covenant?, The True Meaning, The Blood of Jesus