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12/07/2022 - THE RED VINEYARD

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In that day sing to her, “A vineyard of red wine!”  Isaiah 27:2

When speaking that the vineyard of the Lord is of red wine, Isaiah was referring to the fact that it is reddened by the blood of the prophets and righteous, shed in preparation for the coming of the Son of God. The damage of the sin of the first couple was big. As we moved away from the divine presence, we fell into the clutches of the devil, who does not know what forgiveness, mercy and love are. Jesus came to redeem us with His blood (Mark 10:45)!

The Lord said that He would build His Church, whose members would become parts of His Body. This is one of the most important blessings we can receive (Matthew 16.18; 1 Corinthians 12:27). For this to happen, He had to go to the altar of Calvary, in order to suffer our sins (Isaiah 53:5,6). Because of this favor meant for us, anyone can be saved by accepting Him as Savior. In this act, the person is given the power to become a child of God (John 1:12).  

The subject of “salvation” is so serious that the Word of God, the Lord Jesus, had to leave behind His divine prerogatives and come into the world to accomplish the work of our deliverance from the hands of the devil (Philippians 2:5-8). After shedding His blood to pay for our transgressions, He stripped Satan of the authority over us (Colossians 2:13-15). Whoever hears the Gospel and believes in Him becomes a citizen of heaven. Salvation is personal and non-transferable! Believe now!

The Church is not a temple made by human hands. In physical temples, it gathers to worship God, being a collection of forgiven and redeemed people. It is the vineyard of red wine because it is covered by the blood of Jesus, in Whom the garments of His members were washed and made white (Revelation 7:14). The saved will no longer perish if they persevere in following the Lamb of God, but if they backslide-they will be forsaken.  

In the face of any tribulation, resist the enemy’s filthiest offers to take you off the Path. Even though you have soiled yourself in temptations, stand before God:  And I said to him, “Sir, you know.” So, he said to me, “These are the ones who come out of the great tribulation, and washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb.” (Revelation 7:14). Wash your clothes in this blood!

It is time to sing to God, extolling His deeds, for the Scriptures declare: The flowers appear on the earth; the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land. (Song of Songs 2.12). The command is: Let everything that has breath praise the Lord (Psalms 150:6). The lost have neither the breath nor the will to praise the One who died for them. That is sad!

The Most High is and will continue to be patient, but expects to hear from your mouth words of gratitude that He came and took your place on that cross. Now, if it were not for the shedding of Christ’s blood, we would never have guaranteed redemption. We defeat the devil by the Savior’s blood and by our testimony: And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death. (Revelation 12:11). Love Christ with all your heart!

In Christ, with love,

 R. R. Soares

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Beloved God! It is good to know that Your vineyard is of red wine, and You acknowledge the blood that was shed of those who loved You even unto death, without drawing back an inch or giving the devil a place in their lives. It is wonderful to have You as our Savior and Father!

We need to speak of Your love accordingly and acknowledge You in all our ways. We need to do this in order to free ourselves from the temptations of the evil one. We delight to serve You in spirit and in truth.

All the blood shed by Your saints in all ages was for us to attain eternal salvation. We thank You for calling us into this great communion of faith and love, making us part of the Body of Your Son. Amen!


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