Wednesday, February 2, 2011

How to Plead the Blood- Whyte

Just recently I received an email from a young lady. She was so confused from what had been said at church. She had been reared in a Pentecostal Church now, she is in a different one. Her parents would always plead the Blood of Jesus over her before she went to school. Her present church does not believe it is in the Bible.

Well, I don't debate what is in the Bible or what someone else believes. I have always heard the Old Saints pleading the Blood of Jesus over me as a child. Pleading the blood stirs up the backslider and offend the uncrucified flesh or the carnal believer. But in spite of opposition, the use of the blood will clean up any church or prayer group and make way for the operation of the gifts of the Spirit. Oh, the power of the blood of Jesus!

In 1906, they greatly honored the blood in those days and would sang,
"Under the blood, the precious blood; Under the cleansing, healing blood; Keep me, Savior, from day to day, Under the precious blood." Just from singing and mention of the blood in those days there was no end to the revelations of the power and move of God.

Pastor Whyte understood the Blood of Jesus and shares it in his book. His revealing exploration of the blessings to be found in Christ's blood. As you delve deep into the newly revised and expanded version of the classic best-seller,"The Power of the Blood.' You will find out how to experience God's complete forgiveness, become spiritually empowered, equipped, and energized. Then break the terrifying grip of fear and torment, create an atmosphere for miracles and defeat oppression, addictions and sickness.

Then, for those who says it's not in the Bible, he uses Scripture to prove his points. Unconfessed sin is never under the blood; only when it is confessed and forsaken are we covered and protected. This blog was taken from the book...How to Plead the Blood ...by H. A. Maxwell Whythe. It is my prayer that you will obtain a copy of the book. Whyte has sold over 500,000 copies. To God be the glory. Annie Dennis Eskridge, author of Sin Abides.

3 comments:

  1. I came upon your post from a Google Alert I set up on the phrase "plead the blood". I do this every day for my family and believe God showed me something about this which I wrote about in my blog in 2006. You might be interested in reading it at: http://roadrevelations.org/?p=50. Be blessed!
    Bill

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  2. It's good to know that people still believe in the Power of the Blood Of Jesus. To God be the glory for all that He has done and will continue to do.

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