Sacrifice. Written by Manashantii.  Saturday 19th March 2016

God is a Holy Judge, and His nature makes Him a lover of Justice because of this He has to have payment of sins.                     God has already provided the payment of sins which is the blood sacrifice of His son Jesus or Yeshua who died in place of you for your sins. Your sins can only be forgiven by God if you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour.

Jesus is a living sacrifice to atone for our sins and reunite us with God.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Jesus is the perfect sacrifice.. See Romans 12v1  Present your body as a living sacrifice. Be a living sacrifice by worshipping God evangelising and doing good deeds.

Hebrews 9  explains about blood for sacrifice

especially Hebrews 9v13-v15 


Hebrews 9v28 

Romans 5v6


1. Whole Burnt Offerings are Jewish sacrifices to please the Lord

2. Guilt offerings are Jewish sacrifices to please the Lord

3. Peace offerings are Jewish sacrifices to ask the Lord’s blessing.

4. Thanks offering which are Grain offerings this is a Jewish Sacrifice.

5. Firstborn of your herds and flocks.

6. Freewill offerings.

7. What you have vowed.

8. Special gifts.



Passover was a Jewish sacrifice.

Vegetarians, Vegans, Buddhists and Atheists find it difficult to understand why sacrifice has to be made to please God. Well vegetation (food) has to be sacrificed to be made into food to feed you daily, without food your body will not live even two months. Life is in the Blood, and sins have to be paid for by blood. Jesus died as a sacrifice for our sins, so that God’s justice is served and we can be with God again and be forgiven. Jesus paid for our sins, and bought our souls with his blood. Jesus’ blood gives eternal life. A Divine Spiritual blood transfusion.



See also Jesus as a sacrifice