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Sunday: Access to the Heavenly Sanctuary — 4 Comments

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    SATAN PREYS and JESUS PRAYS. Satan stands at our right hand to accuse us, and our Advocate stands at God’s right hand to plead for us. He has never lost a case that has been committed to Him. We may trust in our Advocate; for He pleads His own merits in our behalf. Hear His prayer before His betrayal and trial. Hear on Luke 22: assuring Simon peter , 31 "Simon, Simon, behold, Satan demanded to have you, that he might sift you like wheat, 32 but I have prayed for you that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned again, strengthen your brothers."

  2. I need God's help in all situations of my life. Jesus's intersession is an on going process to secure my salvation. It is a blessing to know that the work that Christ did on the cross want only the beginning. He became my intercessor when he accended into heaven. It let's me know that I am not alone in this Christian journey. My relationship with Chirst and the power of the Holy Spirit lets me know that I need him to survive the firey darts of the enemy. I need Jesus intersession because I have done nothing to earn my salvation. "Worthy is the Lamb that was Slain" I need Jesus to talk with me and for me to the Father. Amen

  3. i need the intercession coz i am still in the world where sin still reigns, but my link to the heavenly sanctuary thr' the holy spirit will always sustain me in the path of righteousness.

  4. Living in this sinful earth means that the possibility exists where I am sinning and not even knowing. Knowing that I am in a relationship with Jesus who is not only my friend but my priest who has access to the father is very reassuring as I have forgiveness at my finger tip. I can call on Him all the time and know that he hears.


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