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Where is the Blood – In Your Doctrine?

By Chris McCann
December 19, 2016

In Hebrews 9:22, the Bible says, not me, not any other individual, but the Bible--- it says WITHOUT SHEDDING OF BLOOD IS NO REMISSION.

Simple question: where is the blood that first had to be shed, for Abraham? For Isaac? For Jacob? And for all the others that God saved prior to Christ going to the cross?

Show where the blood came from? For over 11,000 years (not a short period of time) God's saints lived and died in the Old Testament, where did the blood come from that brought about remission of their sins?

By God's grace, E Bible Fellowship has an answer to that question. It's not a theological answer. It's not something dreamed up by some church theologian somewhere. No. It's simply an answer that comes right from the Bible itself:

Revelation 13:8b ...the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

When the Lamb (Christ) was slain at the foundation of the world---blood was shed.

Blood available and sufficient right away for Abel. Blood available for Noah. For Abraham. And for all the O.T. saints.

There it is, I've showed you very clearly where the Biblical support is for the things that I teach regarding Christ's atonement performed at the foundation of the world. That's what we're supposed to do if we hold onto a doctrine. Show it from the Bible.

Now where is the shed blood that covered the sins of O.T. saints in your doctrine?