Behold the Lamb that takes away the sins of the world.”
What a beautiful hopeful declaration to the lost sheep of Israel and the other nations who can’t accomplish their own salvation.
Yahusha came for his lost sheep. He was the Lamb that became mute as he was taken to the slaughter to be a sacrifice for every chosen son and for every chosen daughter.
Yahusha shedding his precious blood on the tree for you and me gave us remission from sin that allows us to be passed over from the condemnation of death to receive the gift of everlasting life free of sickness, pain, and sorrow.
This promised reality of redemption is completed in Yahusha’s resurrection which keeps our faith strong today and tomorrow. Those who are a part of the first resurrection are called blessed and holy because the second death has no power over them to rob them of their eternal glory.
And those who come out of the Great Tribulation will be changed in the blink of an eye to never ever die. All nations, peoples, tribes, and tongues will stand before the throne saying,
“Worthy is the Lamb who was slain to receive power and riches and wisdom. And strength and honor and glory and blessing! Be to him who sits on the throne, And to the Lamb, forever and ever!”