In the Old Testament, in order to be made right with God, there was a temporary way into God's presence once a year on the day of atonement. This set time was reoccurring and something that God laid out as a shadow that pointed to the shed blood of Christ sufficient to cover us once and for all. His shed blood, unlike any other blood sacrifice, had and still has the power to wash and cleanse us, to forgive, to restore, to reconcile and to bring us back into communion and fellowship with God. All that's required is simple faith in His finished work. Click the link below to watch: The Resurrection: The Old Testament Law and Prophecies Fulfilled Dimensions of Christ's Work At The Cross

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