[1 Corinthians 11:23-34]
so loved the world that He sent the Word (Jn 3:16),
and the Word appeared as the blood of Immanuel (Mt 1:23).
For the life is in the blood,
and the blood makes atonement for sins (Le 17:11).
The church of Jesus Christ is the church of God
that was purchased by His blood (Ac 20:28),
and the Holy Spirit established the New Covenant Church (He 9:18).
is the New Covenant (He 9:20).
As we drink the blood of the Lord,
we are in the New Covenant.
But if we do not drink His blood,
we can never enter into the New Covenant (He 8:13).
The Holy Spirit comes upon those
who drink the blood of the New Covenant,
awakening them to the truth.
Our faith is to know and believe the truth.
Those who believe in the truth,
out of their bellies will flow rivers of living water.
This indicates the fullness of the Spirit,
which only believers may receive (Jn 7:37-39).
◌The Christian church is not religion,
nor is it mysticism.
It is only the experience based upon the Word.
◌ Once you have drunk the blood of Jesus, you shall proclaim it.
The blood of Jesus does not stay motionless, but is to be preached.
Our hearts that have drunk Jesus’ blood are the Cup of His blood.
◌ We share the cup of His blood through the Spirit,
and preach His blood to the ends of the earth.
The Holy Spirit and His blood work together.
※ The Bible says, ‘Woe to me, if I do not preach to others!’,
And says, ‘You will drink up your own sins if you do not preach’.
Let us be the saints of the blood of Jesus.
Coming Soon Coming Soon Outline translated by John Kim and Daniel Hong Chief Editor: Daniel Hong
Letter translated by John Kim
Interpretations by Daniel Hong
Korean Summary by Kitaek Lee
Outline translated by John Kim and Daniel Hong
Chief Editor: Daniel Hong
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