Revelation 15:3 They sing … the song of the Lamb, saying: Great and marvelous are Your works, Lord God Almighty…
There is a song in heaven being sung right now, and it will be sung throughout all eternity. It is the Song of all Songs. It is the Song of the Lamb of God, who was slain on our behalf to redeem us back to God by His own precious blood. The Psalms are songs, that all point to this one Song, the Song of all Songs, the Song of the Lamb. (Rev. 5 & 15)
If you want to keep this magnificent song in your heart, you must view God, yourself, and the world around you through the blood of Jesus Christ – through His victorious work of the cross. At the Last Supper Jesus gave you this new lens, as He lifted up the Passover cup and proclaimed: “This cup is the new covenant in My blood.” I Corinthians 11:25
The New Covenant established by Jesus’ blood is the power of God unto your salvation for every aspect of your life. (Rom.1:16) Revelation 12:11 declares how you appropriate the inherent power of the New Covenant. “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.”
Every word you speak becomes your testimony; therefore, make your words come into agreement with the most powerful weapon on earth – the power of Jesus’ blood. And “do not love your life unto death”, holding so tightly unto your own fleshly thinking and feeling that contradicts what Jesus’s blood has already done for you. Let it go and begin singing a new song – the Song of all Songs, the Song of the Lamb. (Rev. 5:9)
Every word you speak becomes your testimony; therefore, make your words come into agreement with the most powerful weapon on earth – the power of Jesus’ blood.
When the obstacles seem too big to overcome and the giants are shouting your defeat, will you join in heaven’s chorus: “There is power, power, wonder-working power in the precious blood of the Lamb”? “For God has made you a king and a priest to Him; you shall reign on the earth.” Rev. 5:10 So, no need to wait in joining the four living creatures, the twenty four elders, the angels and ten thousand times ten thousand who are singing the Song of the Lamb.
Directly before Jesus went to Gethsemane and then Golgotha, at the end of the Last Supper Jesus sang a hymn with his disciples (Mt. 26:30). What song do you think Jesus sang? He probably sang all or portions of the Hallel, as He celebrated the first day of Passover, just like all the other Jews. The Hallel is Psalm 113 -118, which express not only God’s past actions of salvation but their future trust in God’s redemption of Israel. So, what was Jesus thinking and feeling as He sang these salvation songs before He was to be crucified? Psalm 118:6 “The Lord is on my side; I will not fear. What can man do to me?” Psalm 118:23 “The stone which the builders rejected has become the chief cornerstone. This was the Lord’s doing; it is marvelous in our eyes.” Psalm 116:5 “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.”
Was Jesus looking past the crucifixion and forward to the victory song, the Song of the Lamb, that would celebrate your redemption back to God and the restoration of your identity? Hebrews 12:2 says “(Jesus)…. who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross.” Jesus is probably singing the Song fo the Lamb right along with all of heaven, as it is not only a song about Him, but a song that glorifies His Father. Why not look past any suffering you are facing and join Jesus in the Song of all Songs right now?
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