HOLY PLACES BY Bishop Dag Heward-Mills 


DAILY COUNSEL

7th December 2018

Bishop Dag Heward-Mills 

HOLY PLACES

READ: Hebrews 10:17-22

“Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, By a new and living way, which he hath consecrated for us…” - Hebrews 10:19-20

Holy places are out of bounds to wicked people. Because of your sins, you have been kept away from holy places all your life. Now, through the blood of Jesus, you will be able to penetrate to the holiest and highest places; you can pierce the veil that has kept you away from holy places.

Because of the access given by the blood of Jesus, you have gained admission to the holy club. You are now a real part of the holy group. Because of the blood, you can now participate and share in holy things. What a privilege to have access through the blood of Jesus! From now on, you can go to the Holy of Holies and commune directly with God. The wall of partition has been broken down by the blood of Jesus!

Through the blood of Jesus you become bold in the presence of God. Wicked people are not bold when they are in the presence of God because of their guilt and shame. They are aware of their wickedness and have deep feelings of guilt. 

A great blessing that comes to you through the blood of Jesus is boldness. Your sins are washed away and the records are covered with the blood. A person who is ashamed does not come out boldly. His shame makes him timid and shy. To be bold is to have self-assurance and to be without shame in spite of your sinful past. 

Being bold through the blood of Jesus shows a certain fearlessness in relating to your heavenly Father. You can now put aside your timidity and relate boldly with God. You are just like an angel in the presence of God because of the blood of Jesus.

Start your day with a blessing from the WORD!!! 

STAY CONNECTED AND PROSPER.

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